ODYSSEY - A JOURNEY IN SOUND DESIGN by Ian Boddy (WAV ACID Kontakt EXS24 REX Reason NN-XT Apple Loops)
- Apple loops,
- Kontakt files,
Ian Boddy is one of the UK's most celebrated synthesists and sound designers and has been creating award-winning sample libraries since 1992.
In this enormous compendium we have compiled his last EIGHT sound libraries into one stupendously large library of sublime sound design which has also been made available in all the most popular audio formats.
This colossal collection is packed full of ambiences, soundscapes, drones, loops, single hits and FX, and is the perfect tool for any professional movie soundtrack or dance producer looking for some extra creativity and imagination.
This amazing value compilation contains over 3600 sound files in EXS24, Kontakt & NN-XT format as well as Acidized Wav files, Apple Loops and Rex2 files all produced and recorded in stunning 24bit by one of the world’s leading synthesists. This is transcendent sound design!
In short, you will never go without musical inspiration with this consummately compiled voyage in cutting-edge sound design.
Please note: These titles are available to purchase separately as individual libraries - click on the name of the title to be taken to their individual purchase page for more info and to buy:
All of the samples have been pre-cleared and are 100% original & royalty-free for your musical use without any additional licensing fees.
- 3600 Acidized WAV files
- 3600 AIFF Apple Loops
- 1400 Stylus Rex2 Loops
- 2200 Kontakt Instruments
- 2200 EXS24 Instruments
- 2200 NN-XT Instruments
For full lists of contents and descriptions of categories and sounds, please clik on the following titles for the PDF of Contents for each library included in Odyssey:
Download Size (RAR files):
- Parts 1 - 6: 1.9 GB each
- Part 7: 275 MB
"Odyssey is one of the best and most comprehensive collections of characterful science fiction and futuristic sounds.. Guarantees years of inspiration.. Recommended not just for media composers but also producers of experimental electronic music." - BEAT Magazine, Germany