Omnisphere Horizon II | Sound Libraries | Sampleism

Product Overview

Omnisphere Horizon II is the sequel to one of my most popular soundset releases. Like the original Horizon, it is a collection of 128 patches for Spectrasonics? Omnisphere aimed at electronic/hybrid film scoring and atmospheric electronica. In Horizon II you will find deep, punchy basslines; pulsing, thrilling synth sequences; evolving, driving percussion loops; lush, detailed pads and soundscapes; plus growling basses, emotional pianos and epic impacts. This comprehensive and immersive collection is designed to be a ?go to? resource for soundtrack and electronica projects, whether you?re looking to add depth to an existing track or kickstart some brand new ideas. The scope of the 128 sounds in Horizon II is wide enough to write whole cues without using any other synths or libraries; and all the sounds have programmed with immediate, flexible and dynamic control dialled into the modwheel function. Horizon II builds on the dark, dynamic underscore nature of Horizon, adding a number of ?lighter? more ethereal sounds in the spirit of composers/producers such as Cliff Martinez, Brian Eno and Thomas Newman. If you need fresh, new sounds for your film, game or media project, then Horizon II is an essential bit of kit. The original Horizon is already being used in films, TV series and games soundtracks around the world.


If you're unsure whether this is right for you, here's a short example of what's included in Omnisphere Horizon II

Customer Reviews

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The start of my love affair with The Unfinished

This was one of my early preset packs by The Unfinished, and the quality is truly exceptional. In other soundpacks I tend to find very similar sounds, or sounds that just arnt very "inspired." The Unfinished however is a true pro - every sound is finely crafted, sounds great, and is very inspiring! Highly recommend this product and everything he does!!

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