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Omnisphere Specto from The Very Loud Indeed Co.

Latest Omnisphere cinematic sound set announced

The Very Loud Indeed Co. Omnisphere Spectro cinematic sound design software synthesizer patches

Boutique sound design specialists The Very Loud Indeed Co. have announced the availability of their latest release, Omnisphere Specto. As its name suggests, the launch is aimed at users of Spectrasonics’ Omnisphere soft synth platform, and comes loaded with 120 patches that offer a wealth of cinematic sounds. 

Inspired by the works of composers like Joseph Bishara, Michael Abels, Ben Salisbury and Cliff Martinez, the collection has been built from 123 new sound sources that have been recorded and designed specifically to suit — it doesn’t reuse any of the existing stock Omnisphere patches, or any that have featured in the company’s own releases. The Very Loud Indeed Co.’s founder, Richie Nieto, says that the sounds in Spectro boast a fragile, damaged quality, and well be well suited to scoring psychological dramas as well as any genres with tense and unsettling scenes.

The company encourage users to experiment with the mod wheel, as many of the patches feature extensive use of the controller and are capable of morphing seamlessly between completely different sounds. 


Omnisphere Specto is compatible with Spectrasonics’ Omnisphere 2.8 or later, which is supported on PCs running Windows 7 and above, and Macs running macOS 11 or higher. VST2, VST3, AU and AAX plug-in versions are available. The sound set requires 197 MB of disk space.

Pricing & Availability

Omnisphere Specto is available now, and is being offered at the introductory price of $19 until 28 June 2024, when it will increase to its full cost of $29.

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