ILIO Announces EDM-Ignition and EDM Bundle Patch Collections for Spectrasonics Omnisphere

February 28, 2013
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{Includes New Sounds for Electronic Dance Music, Pop, and Film Scores}

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA, FEB 28, 2013-With a decidedly aggressive yet clean attitude, ILIO adds a new patch library to its collection of sounds for Spectrasonics' Omnisphere: EDM-Ignition. This collection of 100 brand new patches for Omnisphere was meticulously crafted for creating the latest styles of EDM (Electronic Dance Music). Loaded with staple sounds such as wobble basses, pulsing basses, leads, keyboards, synths, pads, textures, and tempo-locked synths, these patches will work well for not only EDM styles, but also pop, hip-hop, and even film and television music cues. Every patch was programmed to make use of the modulation wheel for real-time control, and many are optimized for use with The Orb in Omnisphere.

EDM-Ignition Collection Features:
. 18 Bass sounds
. 24 Lead synths and keys
. 4 Pads and synth strings
. 16 Synth sounds
. 3 FX
. 3 Ambient, ethereal, textures and tones
. 32 Tempo-Driven plucks, stabs, pulsing synths, and moving tones

Registered customers are entitled to free updates and bonus patches when they become available.

EDM-Ignition requires Spectrasonics' Omnisphere version 1.5 or higher and is available for download now for $14.99 at: http://www.ilio.com/products/ilio-downloads/edmignition

For a limited time, both the new EDM-Ignition and EDM-Fire patch collections are available as the EDM Bundle for $24.99. The EDM Bundle contains 238 patches for Omnisphere and is available at: http://www.ilio.com/products/ilio-downloads

John Van Nest, who has worked with Michael Jackson and the television series The Voice in Los Angeles, had this to say about EDM-Ignition, "Wow. These two packs contain some of the most inspired and inspiring patches I've come across for any soft synth-ever. Seriously, these are best idea-starters I've come across in ages!"
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