By | January 11th, 2015|presets|

world-of-sinPlughugger has announced that is offering its World of Sin Spectrasonics Omnisphere expansion for free until January 25th.

World of Sin is a collection of 100 experimental preset sounds aimed at mellow and ambient genres and is entirely based on sounds from various sine waves found in Omnisphere.

Did you know that the most boring sounding waveform – the sine wave – is the one that is used to build all sounds you can hear? It is a lovely paradox and for that, we decided to dive deep into the insides of Omnisphere to see what kinds of sounds you can draw out from this most basic of building block of sound.

Nine sine waves from six different synths are used for this soundset, plus additional sounds made with a stylophone and drums.

In addition to the pure test tone, the sine wave from the internal synth engine, plus quite accurate sine waves from a Moog and a Jupiter 8, we made some sounds with a handful of sine-sound-a-likes from the Roland JD800, a vintage organ and some quasi-sine waves from the Roland Jupiter 8. Plus a handful of extra bonus sounds made with sounds from a Stylophone.

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The offer is valid until January 25th. To download the Omnisphere soundbank, add the product to cart, then during checkout use coupon code NOMONEY2015.

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World of Sin expansion for Spectrasonics Omnisphere