Cyberia by The Unfinished Review
Cyberia is an Omnisphere sound set collection of exciting, cutting-edge, cinematic instruments and sounds for your next composition.
The Unfinished did send a review copy with no strings attached. We did receive a copy before the release to allow us to prepare the review for StrongMocha.com. Matt Bowdler is the primary person behind this newest sound set.
Matt also mentions several individuals that helped to finish the production: Antal Nusselder, Hilgrove Kenrick, Ingo Wegener, Jonathan Sharp, Jonathan van den Wijngaarden, Maliki Ramia, Panos Kolias, Peter Jeremias, Stephan Baer, Yaiza Varona and Sarah, Emilia & Charlotte Bowdler.
After download, you unpack the Omnisphere Cyberia sound set. Within Omnisphere you can rather easily install the new collection through the Omni Utility option. You do need to select the “The Unfinished Omnisphere Cyberia.omnisphere” file and Omni adds the patches to your user directory.
Omnisphere Cyberia is a sound set of 300 patches for Omnisphere 2. It covers a broad range of ARPs. Including undulating basslines, bowed drones, atonal pulsations, thrashy guitars, sinister synths, glitchy textures, hi-octane loops, notable impacts, grimy organic pads, setting atmospheres and spine-chilling effects.
There is a right mix of different moods and emotions, easily used to create tension. Matt or The Unfinished joined a healthy mix of with dark and low end with lighter sounds and an appropriate blend of organic and synthetic sounds. Matt is nevertheless finding and using great sound patches in Omnisphere to build unusual and well-balanced instruments.