ILIO has released Elevator, which they say is a new kind of patch library for Spectrasonics Omnisphere 2 that utilizes the modulation wheel to elevate the sound. Here's the story in their own words...
Introducing the "Tetra" Patch
Elevator is unlike any other 3rd party patch library available for Omnisphere. Given most of the 112 patches were programmed with all 4 Layers utilized in a single Part (Omnisphere's 8 multitimbral Parts contain 4 Layers, each), you can combine or solo each Layer to isolate and perform a more "thinned out" version. This gives you hundreds more sound possibilities. In the browser, simply search for the word "Tetra" or select it from within Omnisphere's Attributes menu to discover them all.
Designed for Expression
All patches have been programmed with modulation wheel and aftertouch (especially fun for next-gen keyboard owners). Open filters, add tempo-pulsing amplitude, vibrato, longer reverb and delay tails, and more using the additional expressive control.
The modulation wheel is an important part of Elevator. It's the key controller for "elevating" each patch. The detailed Comments will guide you (along with your ear), on how to get the best use out of the programming. You may find yourself using the modulation wheel, pitch wheel, and aftertouch at the same time, giving you some very interesting results!
A Variety of "Elevating" Sounds
Over a year in the making, Elevator has a variety of sounds that will give you all of the tools you need to create your next production from beginning to epic finish. Included are 112 patches, with 85 being "Tetra" patches. With that, you'll have well over 300 unique new sound variations at your disposal.
Elevator includes original sound recordings of a Lamborghini drive-by, fireworks, an assortment of big drum hits, a Nerf air gun engine, a metal door slam, and more. Included with these recordings are select sounds from the Omnisphere Core Library and DSP waveforms to bring you a hybrid of organic and electronic sounds that will ignite your productions.
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We got a look at it in action