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TetraSonics for Omnisphere 2 | Unify

 

This is the 5th library from PlugInGuru vetran programmer and all-around-awesome-English-guy Tim Dale!

TetraSonics is a dual Library :256 patches, 64 Multis and includes 22 original samples (some from Tim’s vintage Ensoniq ESQ1) for Omnisphere 2.6 AND a 295 Patch Unified Library for Unify! Get all 256 Omnisphere 2.6 patches saved as a single Unify Patch for fun layering opportunities PLUS 39 BONUS Patches – 10 are Tim’s favorite Multis in Unify Format and 29 are original patches by Tim and John Lehmkuhl combing the powers of Unify PLUS the powers of Omnisphere together! I want to point out that the Multis in this library are very CPU intensive – When converted to a Unify patch they work far better thanks to each Unify layer being committed to a separate computer core.

TetraSonics means 4 distinct sound sources and is the heart of this library. A number of big synthesizers have come out from Moog, Waldorf and others and so Tim set up a challenge to see how far he could push Omnisphere to make unique, original creative sounds and came with pure gold! This is library #5 that Tim has created for Omnisphere. He is a seasoned veteran and the patches show that to be true.

Watch our Music Video Demo!

Listen to the audio demos, watch the patch walk thru video (and other support videos) and you will be impressed with what YOU can do  after adding this amazing library to your arsenal!

Tim Dale wrote the following to me about this library:

The name “Tetrasonics” is about “the power of four voices” and this library is an exploration of what is possible within the framework of Omnisphere’s 4-layer patch model. The patches of this library are primarily inspired by the new generation of hardware synths such as the Sequential Prophet-X, Waldorf Quantum, Moog One and ASM Hydrasynth, which have pushed synthesis in new and exciting (and generally expensive) directions. I got to spend some time with each of these amazing synths, but for most of us, they are a pipedream. But Omnisphere is no slouch in the synthesis world, and can stand toe-to-toe with these megasynths in many areas, at a fraction of the price. The patches of this library are therefore a combination of complex synthesis, with masses of modulation routings, and creative use of samples/phrases. However, with a view to playing live, every patch is also designed to be as playable and expressive as possible. It has taken me two years to put this library together, dive in and find out why. It is also an voyage into both the sounds used in the ‘darker’ pop songs that have become increasingly popular in the last couple of years, through the work of artists such as Billie Eilish, and the cinematic sounds of recent soundtracks.

Sounds like a fun sonic adventure to me!

Enjoy!!

256 Patches, 64 Multis and 22 original samples for the Omnisphere 2.6 Library

295 Patches for the Unify Library (this Unify library REQUIRES Omnisphere 2.6 to play)

 

 

Requires: Omnisphere 2.6 or later and  Unify 1.1.3 or later

The UNIFY Patches will only work if you own Omnisphere 2.6.

Download size: 50 MB

File Delivery: Digital Download

Installation Instructions: Download, unzip and follow the step by step instructions in PDF file.

 

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  • Tetrasonics

    Greetings John,
    My review is a bit weird, I have to admit that I was not impress with the omnisphere version of Tetrasonics, not very original, and event though there’ s new samples it’s sound’s very ”omnisphere”. I am a omnisphere user since, well, Atmosphere…. and I think it’s kind of ”stall” soundwise. But I was very happy with the Unify version, mostly the same sounds but I started to mixe sounds, a right clic here and a right clic there….. and wow! lot of fun and very creative. So could not give five star…… but happy I bought it.
    p.s. With the omni version I experienced lot of clic and slow sample loading but not with Unify. Great job, see you saturday.

    Richard Lacelle (Padking)

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  • AMAZING AS USUAL

    Unify is definitely becoming my go to Synth with so many sound creative options.

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  • Quite Original and Clever

    I am rather surprised by the other reviewer’s comments. I have only gotten through half of the presets so far, and I have found the patches to be quite original and clever. I have encountered only a couple of patches that have that familiar Omnisphere sound.
    I am only using the Omni version of the library (I still don’t get all the fuss over Unify), and it performs wonderfully. Perhaps the other reviewer has a slower system which is causing clicks and slow load times.
    This is one of the most brilliant libraries Pluginguru has ever put out. Get it!

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  • Inspiring

    I’ve only made it thru a fraction of the presets available because of the fun I’m having. Seems like every patch suggested a new song (and that’s pretty much how I judge any sound library/synth).

    Highly recommended!

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  • Sonic Tool Box

    I’ve spent all evening playing with this inspiring sound set.

    Very well presented and immediately playable.

    Although the power of the sound set also works extremely well when the fx are muted and the oscillators are used in isolation. This exposes the strength of the Omnisphere synthesis engine along with Tim Dale’s very playable and very musical patches.

    This invites the user to explore, experiment and play it more as an instrument rather than simply press, hold and listen.

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  • Huge & High Quality Library

    The sound designer Tim Dale has outdone himself with a superb library with a huge selection of high quality patches and multis. The sounds themselves remind me of the music from ‘Stranger Things’ and can be used for making uplifting melodies sound a little darker, or darker melodies sound a bit lighter.
    The criticism about the sounds sounding too ‘Omnisphere’ are like saying that a sound is too “Moogie”. I can see a lot of fresh uses for these sounds used in combination with some other sounds.

    Buy it!! You won’t regret it!

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