The Unfinished released Omnisphere GaiKaiju

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The Unfinished released Omnisphere GaiKaiju, a collection of 500 patches for Spectrasonics’ Omnisphere.

This library is inspired by the modern scoring style of Hans Zimmer; in particular, his collaborations with Benjamin Wallfisch on Blade Runner 2049 and Dunkirk.
GaiKaiju is a celebration of bombastic and powerful sounds, taut structures and textures, and emotional and dynamic expression: a hybrid blend of immense, analogue synths and subtle, organic samples.
Battering drum loops, kinetic basslines, sumptuous pads, soaring synths, eerie soundscapes, nail-biting sfx, pounding impacts and colourful sequences, come together to create a cavalcade of noises that throb with tension, drama and energy, on a colossal, widescreen scale.
This soundset takes the dark, relentless, heroic pulse of Dunkirk and the unbearable, damaged beauty of Blade Runner 2049, and melds them together, using techniques that include pitch-shifting and bending, analogue drift, odd time signatures and larger than life effects, to produce a collection of iconic, cinematic sounds that will take your breath away.
GaiKaiju also comes in a Deluxe version, which features an extra 50 patches created using the Bob Moog Tribute library soundsources (which you will need to already own for them to work).

Omnisphere GaiKaiju is £69.99 +VAT; with the Deluxe version at £79.99 +VAT. Omnisphere 2.6 required.

More info here: The Unfinished | Omnisphere GaiKaiju

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