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Spectrasonics Bob Moog Tribute Library v2.0 for Omnisphere

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Free update (and new product) benefits the Bob Moog Foundation, commemorates the tenth anniversary of the original library

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of their popular Bob Moog Tribute Library for Omnisphere, Spectrasonics released a new version 2.0 edition of the library. In addition to all of the original sounds, the 2.0 edition comes with over 500 brand new Patches created by Eric Persing and the Spectrasonics Sound Development team. The 2.0 version of the Bob Moog Tribute Library is available now for Omnisphere users (v2.6 or higher), at the Spectrasonics webstore for $99, a freee update for all previous owners.

Spectrasonics launched the original library in 2011 to honor the legacy of synthesizer pioneer Dr. Robert Moog and to benefit the work of the Bob Moog Foundation. Version 2.0 of the Bob Moog Tribute library now features over 1300 sounds for Omnisphere, Spectrasonics’ flagship synthesizer virtual instrument. The sounds in the library were created by more than 50 of the world’s top synth artists, remixers, and sound designers, including Hans Zimmer, Ryuichi Sakamoto (YMO), Richard Devine, Vince Clarke (Erasure/Depeche Mode), Jean Michel Jarre, Danny Elfman, Jan Hammer (Jeff Beck), Diego Stocco, The Crystal Method, Jordan Rudess, Money Mark (Beastie Boys/Beck), Bernie Worrell (P-Funk/Talking Heads), Larry Fast (Peter Gabriel/Synergy), Roger Joseph Manning Jr. (Air/Fiona Apple), Morgan Page (Madonna/Katy Perry), Keith Shocklee (Bomb Squad/Public Enemy), Steve Porcaro (Toto), Fredwreck (Snoop Dogg/50 Cent), Michael Lehmann-Boddicker (Michael Jackson), Patrick Moraz (Yes/Moody Blues), Eddie Jobson (UK/Roxy Music), The Moog Cookbook, and many more.

The 2.4GB of Soundsources in the library were developed using highly creative processing techniques–often with exotic gear like rare Buchla Modulars, Jean Michel Jarre’s EMS Synthi AKS, Hans Zimmer’s massive Modular Moog (including 1027 round robin Moog Drum samples) and Persing’s OMG-1.

100% of the proceeds from the “Bob Moog Tribute Library” continue to support the innovative projects of the Bob Moog Foundation, including educating kids about Electronic Music through Dr. Bob’s SoundSchool, the creation of the “Moogseum” in Bob’s hometown of Asheville, NC, and more. The goal of the foundation is to educate and inspire children and adults through its mission of educating and inspiring at the intersection of music, science and innovation.

The new v2.0 of the Bob Moog Tribute Library for Omnisphere is available now for $99 for new users and is a free update for existing customers through Spectrasonics Smart Update system:http://www.spectrasonics.net/products/tribute

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