Enigma for Omnisphere 2.6
When The Unit burst into the room they were greeted with flickering lights- in patterns only understood by its creator. Hard drives lay scattered along the floor. Surrounded by cables was a screen; the Hacker had left them a message. Within a pixelated smiley face was a single word: Enigma.
Delve deep into a world of intrigue, where neon cuts through darkened streets, wi-fi is your best friend, and one and zero’s may very well decide your fate.
Enigma is a 400 strong library that effortlessly weaves a path through your next globe-hopping political drama, clandestine suspense thriller, or cyberpunk dystopia. Definitively modern, Enigma eschews the normal conventions of under-scoring for something truly unique and electronic.
Enigma pays homage to the works of Mac Quayle (Mr. Robot, Ratchet), Cliff Martinez (The Neon Demon, Only God Forgives), Marc Canham (I Care A Lot), and artists in the vein of Robot Koch and Oneohtrix Point Never.
The playlist above contains an hour of amazing demo music from a variety of composers – each with their own take on Enigma.
Prior to release, Luftrum had a Guess The Synth, and Kostas from the UK won Enigma plus a license of Omnisphere 2! That’s a nice duo to kickstart in September. Be sure to regularly check the website and social media for similar events.
Pricing and Availability
Enigma is available now.