Omega Music Library Vol.8: Soulful Jazz Compositions
Dark and Soulful Compositions + Stems inspired by Japanese jazz-fusion, acid folk, and prog-rock including electric guitars, bass, and acoustic guitars!
Omega Music Library delivers another installment of their other-worldly, synth-infused signature sound. Volume 8 hosts a variety of dark and soulful textures consisting of live vocal and instrumental arrangements inspired by 70s and 80s Japanese jazz-fusion, acid folk, and prog-rock.
Instruments featured on this installment include electric guitar/bass, and acoustic guitar played by Gerson Zaragoza, flute and saxophone played by Seb Zillner, live vocals by Stephanie Gayle, and Fender Rhodes, percussion, and synths by Marcus Marino.
Vintage analog synths and modules used in the creation of these compositions include the Korg Trident MK1, Roland VP-330 Vocoder, CS-80 clone Deckard’s Dream, Korg Prologue, Moog Matriarch, and the Roland RE-201 Space Echo.
All mixes were finalized using an Ampex 440b Reel-to-Reel tape unit to preserve and enhance the analog qualities of the recordings. (Special thanks to Polyphonic Music Library)
Collectively, Omega Music Library has worked with artists including Royce Da 5'9", Logic, Curren$y, Planet Asia, Termanology, Blu, and many more.
126 x Total Files
10 x Compositions
116 x Stems
24 Bit WAV Format
203MB (Stems Only)
2.08GB (Comps + Stems)
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