Following up on the success of volume 1, Aubit brings you ‘ODESSA Ultimate Soundset Vol. 2’.
This sound set is the one stop shop for all things Chillwave / Future Bass. Packed with all of the most up-to-date sounds and resources needed to make the next melodic masterpiece, ODESSA Vol. 2 captures a set of emotions and vibes that go far beyond your DAW. Bringing you 50 new Serum presets, we went all-out to try and create sounds that producers like ODESZA, Flume and Kasbo would want for their next releases. Of course, we also recreated some of the old classic sounds as well. The chords, keys, plucks and lead presets are dripping with nostalgia - while the bass sounds provide all the warmth you could ever need.
We’ve also recorded and processed 64 foley / live recordings, and programmed 25 percussion loops that can be used to finesse any idea into a complete track. In addition to that, we recorded and processed 25 vocal loops inspired by ODESZA’s latest album and 25 one-shot vocal samples for added creative freedom that will enable you to fully adapt the loops to your song.
But we didn’t stop there! We recognised that another hugely important element of chillwave is the use of atmosphere and real-life recordings in a song’s intro. So we’ve created 25 detailed-lengthy atmospheres (25-60 seconds) that are all fully tuned to key (major and minor).
Please note you will need the latest version of Serum to use the presets.
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