Spectrasonics Celebrates 10th Anniversary of Bob Moog Tribute Library With Major Update

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of the company’s popular Bob Moog Tribute Library for Omnisphere, Spectrasonics today released a major update with a second edition of the library.

The original tribute library debuted in 2011 to benefit The Bob Moog Foundation and the Foundation’s innovative projects like their “Dr. Bob’s SoundSchool” student outreach program, the ‘Moogseum’ in Asheville, NC, and their efforts to preserve and share Dr. Moog’s extensive and historic archives. .

In addition to all the original sounds in the original Moog Tribute Library, the 2.0 edition comes with over 500 brand new patches created by Spectrasonics’ founder Eric Persing and the company’s renowned Sound Development team, and features over 1300 stunning sounds for Omnisphere – created by more than 50 of the world’s top synth artists, remixers and sound designers, including:

  • Hans Zimmer
  • Vince Clarke (Erasure/Depeche Mode)
  • Jean Michel Jarre
  • 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)
  • Ryuichi Sakamoto (YMO)
  • Morgan Page (Madonna/Katy Perry)
  • Keith Shocklee (Bomb Squad/Public Enemy)
  • Steve Porcaro (Toto)
  • Fredwreck (Snoop Dogg/50 Cent)
  • Jan Hammer (Jeff Beck/Mahavishnu Orchestra)
  • Danny Elfman
  • Michael Boddicker (Michael Jackson)
  • Richard Devine (Schematic/Warp)
  • Patrick Moraz (Yes/Moody Blues)
  • Eddie Jobson (UK/Roxy Music)
  • Diego Stocco
  • The Moog Cookbook

…and many more!

An exhaustive list of Bob Moog Tribute Library samples and sound sources is here, and you can listen to dozens of audio samples here.

Pricing and Availability. 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. The update is free for all previous owners of the library.

Additional information about the Tribute Library is available on the Spectrasonics website. Additional information about the Bob Moog Foundation is on the Foundation’s website.

 

10 thoughts on “Spectrasonics Celebrates 10th Anniversary of Bob Moog Tribute Library With Major Update

      1. The email Spectrasonics sent wasn’t very clear, it was easily readable as free to all Omnisphere users, when it’s all previous Tribute Library owners.

  1. It is a free update for people who already own the Bob Moog Tribute Library- 500 brand new patches!

    Given 100% of the proceeds from this library go to supporting charity (the Bob Moog Foundation) everyone should own it, it was already great, now it’s even better 🙂

  2. Confirmed free for existing version 1 of the library. Although my Omnisphere was saying I was up to date, I clicked on the link and the version 2.0 of the Bob Moog Library was available as a free update. Amazing customer service, as usual with Spectrasonics.

    1. You have to own v1 of the Moog library to get v2 free – took me restarting Omnisphere a couple of times before the free update showed up as available.

  3. With Omnisphere 2 already putting me back $500 as the “do everything monster library synth” the idea of purchasing $99 add-ons is kind-of offensive. “Didn’t I get everything already? Wait, what??!?”

    Is there a term for the opposite of GAS?

  4. > Spectrasonics Celebrates Bob Moog
    honestly, it should be the other way around by now. that means ileana grams-moog should celebrate persing for HIS contribution to the synth world.

    > 1300 sounds created by more than
    > 50 synth artists, including:
    > Michael Boddicker (Michael Jackson)
    mike is great, but nobody comes near CLARENCE boddicker (“robocop”).

  5. Is there a way to know which patches are new in the library?
    I already own V1, and I would like to listen exclusively to the new ones.
    Is there a list somewhere?

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