ILIO has released The Fame Series: Classic Sounds, the first patch library in a new series for Spectrasonics flagship synthesizer Omnisphere 2 in collaboration with U.K. based producer Reverb Machine. This is the story in their own words...
ILIO and Reverb Machine have partnered to produce a new patch collection series for Omnisphere 2 that pays homage to both famous and lesser-known synth sounds used in classic and contemporary songs. And since these tones are replicated from famous songs, they are designed to sit perfectly in a mix! There couldn't be a more perfect partner for this series - Reverb Machine is most notably known for his accurate replications of synthesizer tones, track-by-track deconstructions of celebrated songs, and programming walkthroughs.
The first collection released in The Fame Series is Classic Sounds. This special collection focuses on the golden age of synth tones - from the 70s into the early 90s and is a must have for producers and musicians seeking to capture the illustrious quintessence of the time. Borrowing from ABBA, Depeche Mode, Kraftwerk, Gary Numan, Tears for Fears, Jean-Michel Jarre, Joy Division and more, this collection celebrates the synth pioneers of the last century. Whether it's a new track that calls for a classic song's vibe, a cover band needing to accurately replicate these tones, or a starting point for creative explorations, The Fame Series: Classic Sounds is a perennial go-to source for inspiration.
Pricing and Availability:
The Fame: Classic Sounds is available now for $35.
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