Retro Sounds For Omnisphere 2

US Rocky Mountain Sounds releases Vinyl for Unclean Machine      25/07/23

Retro Sounds For Omnisphere 2


Rocky Mountain Sounds has released Vinyl for Unclean Machine, a new set of sounds for Omnisphere 2. Here's their press release with the details...

Discover the captivating blend of retro sonic sounds and vintage vinyl flavors in Vinyl for Unclean Machine. This unique expansion combines the original Vinyl for Omnisphere 2 patch and samples with the new retro effects modules from the Unclean Machine. Focus was on exploring the Unclean Channel and Unclean Verb "Vinyl" effects to add even more character to the original designs.
 
In addition to the new patches and multis, we've included a fresh set of custom samples that take the Vinyl experience to new heights. As with all new RMS releases, a complete drum kit was sampled from the Patchblocks Tek Drum, a unique digital drum machine. These sounds have been enhanced with a selection of Unclean Machine FX, adding a punch to your productions. Furthermore, we've captured nature ambiences to provide a unique lo-fi underscore and create an unparalleled soundscape not found in Omnisphere.
 
To inject a touch of creativity, we've included a collection of outlandish 70s phrases and words performed by Jason Schoepfer (yours truly). These elements offer something fresh and distinctive to inspire your creations. Take a moment to explore these exciting additions and experiment with the incredible FX that Unclean Machine provides.
 
For existing owners of Vinyl for Omnisphere 2, we appreciate your support. As a token of gratitude, we offer a very special upgrade discount. Simply email us at info@rockymountainsounds.com with your original order number to to receive an exclusive discount code.

Pricing and Availability:
$39.00

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