PulseSetter’s RE:COIL an Omnisphere 2.5 Soundset is Released

  • By: Thorsten Meyer
  • Date: Thursday, 11 June 2020
  • Time to read: 1 min.

RE:COIL an Omnisphere 2.5 Soundset is Released

Re:Coil is a cinematic Soundset for Omnisphere 2.5 based on string soundsources from its Core Library. Re:Coil contains patches made from violins, cello, guitar, cuatro and many odd devices which contain strings as the source.

The onboard sound sources in Omnisphere are amazing and vast. The limit to only strings (mostly metal) helps not only spark creativity but also make a cohesive soundset thats easy to make any score sound like you’ve hired a profesional musicians and sound designer. Isnt there anything else more common in film music that string instruments? From Cellos to Guitars and Ethnic to DIY wired instruments, using these soundsources will provide an instant familiarity that will make your score feel like a million bucks.

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This focus creates a sophisticated sound that is instantly cinematicRe:Coil is great for Documentaries and dramatic productions and as soon as you listen to these patches you will know it will make any score sound like a million bucks!

Useful for TV dramas, Sci-Fi Video Games, and Music Libraries. Pulsating basses, organic tones, and emotive pads, these 200+  bring in that Hollywood feels to any project. Simple categories: Pulses, Pads and Keys.  Mod Wheel assignments for the most useful in a media scoring environment.

Pricing and Availability

RE:COIL is available at an introductory price of $29.99 (Normally $35).

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