Traveller by Triple Spiral Audio

Triple Spiral Audio describes Traveller we review today as “My witness is the empty sky” wrote Jack Kerouac in his famous book On the Road. Traveller is a soundset that puts you on a journey where dark and light meet – dark and light ambient pads and textures, mysteriously moving soundscapes with guitar drones, haunting arps and dark deep ominous basses. Hardly anything stands still where movement is a key feature.

Jaap Visser the producer, composer and sound designer based in the Netherlands has designed more than 200 sounds sets for you to use in your next score.

Traveller a Omnisphere 2.5 soundset by Triple Spiral Audio Review Browser

The soundset is packed with 200 presets in 11 categories and 50 multis.

  • ARP + BPM
  • Guitars
  • Hits & Bits
  • Hybrid Organic
  • Keyboards
  • Pads and Strings
  • Synth Bass, Mono, and Poly 
  • Textures Playable and Soundscapes
Traveller (Omnisphere 2.5) Multi

Triple Spiral Audio soundset collection includes drifting atmospheres, synths,  ambiences, pads, moving arps, and light tone and vibe. Take a look at the included Guitars patches and the playable Textures, I love them. Beyond the perfect collection of sounds mentioned you also get dirty and dense bass sounds.

Rating:  Five out of five stars

Traveller is deep, celestial, and captivating. I experienced a roguish mixture of frightful atmospherics, drones, textures, and soundscapes. It is a perfect collection of a vast variety of sound for Omnisphere 2.5. 

The libraries from Triple Spiral Audio are known for their excellent quality, tone, and vibe. There are different Omnisphere 2 collection available now by Triple Spiral Audio, and if you use Omnisphere, you need to look into those as they expand your array of sounds. Triple Spiral Audio provides leading Omnisphere sound sets which come with exceptional playability.

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