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Untamed Prophecy is a collection of neo-psychedelic synth presets taking inspiration from artists such as Tame Impala, The Flaming Lips, Pond, Black Moth Super Rainbow and Melody’s Echo Chamber. The collection features 80 brand new presets created exclusively for this pack, recreating classic sounds and taking inspiration from recent songs. Untamed Prophecy offers a complete soundset for creating psychedelic synth music, but these sounds also work well in plenty of other genres.
The presets are designed for the software synth Arturia Prophet V, an emulation of the legendary Sequential Prophet-5, with inspiration also taken from the classic Pro One and modern Prophet-6 synths. The pack also works with Arturia Analog Lab 4.
Untamed Prophecy features a range of sounds including modulated keys, psychedelic effects, lo-fi noisy leads and epic pads. Many of the sounds were recreated by referencing some of our favourite tracks by Tame Impala and Black Moth Super Rainbow. Although Prophet V is a faithful vintage synth emulation, the extended ‘VS mode’ was also used to create analog-sounding patches with deeper levels of modulation. The onboard chorus and delay effects were used to design sounds that are ready to use straight out of the box.
All sounds other than drums and bass guitar are Untamed Prophecy presets.
To use the Untamed Prophecy presets you will need to have a copy of either Arturia Prophet V3 or Arturia Analog Lab 4.
The Prophet V bank requires version 3.6.0 or higher. The Analog Lab 4 bank requires version version 4.2.3 or higher. These presets won't work in the newer "Prophet-5 V" released as part of V Collection 9.
Arturia Prophet V and Analog Lab are not included in Untamed Prophecy, they are available from either the Arturia website or Splice's Rent-to-Own plans.
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