Produced by Eric Persing, the Bob Moog Tribute library features over 800 stunning sounds for Omnisphere – created by more than 40 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!
The soundsources were developed using highly creative processing techniques with exotic gear like rare Buchla Modulars, Jean Michel Jarre’s EMS Synthi AKS, Hans Zimmer’s massive Modular Moog (including 1027 round robin Moog Drum samples!) and even Eric Persing’s one-of-a-kind OMG-1. With so many different world-class artists contributing, the library is very rich in style and filled with inspiring, cutting edge sounds!
Benefit for the Bob Moog Foundation
100% of the proceeds from this library will go to supporting the innovative projects of the Bob Moog Foundation including their MoogLab student outreach program, the creation of the future ‘Moogseum’, and their efforts to preserve and share Dr. Moog’s extensive and historic archives. The Foundation honors the legacy of synthesizer pioneer Bob Moog through its mission of igniting creativity at the intersection of music, history, science and innovation.
Help Build the Moogseum
Help Build the MoogseumThe Bob Moog Museum, or Moogseum, to be located in Asheville, NC is a planned state-of-the-art facility that will serve as the convergence of the Bob Moog Foundation’s goals, merging music, science and innovation. The Moogseum, which will house Bob’s archive and serve as an educational, historical and cultural resource for Western North Carolina and the wider international music and science communities.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I get the Bob Moog Tribute Library in another format? Sorry, but it’s limited to Omnisphere users. As we were developing this benefit project for the last year, we really wanted to keep the spirit of Dr. Moog’s creativity and inspiration – so it made the most sense for us to make the fund-raising aspect of this project with our own synthesizer as the engine that powers the Tribute Library sounds. This allowed us the most creative freedom to make a great experience using the new sounds to create interesting patches with Omnisphere’s extensive realtime synthesis capabilities. Because of this choice, the Tribute Library is a far richer experience and users can be much more creative with the sounds than if they were just static samples. Many of the patches are not even using samples at all, but rather the synthesis features of Omnisphere itself.
How much of the sales of the Tribute Library go to Spectrasonics? None. 100% of the proceeds of the Tribute Library go to the Bob Moog Foundation.
Can I buy the Bob Moog Tribute Library from my local dealer? No. Since this is a fund-raising project, it is available exclusively from Spectrasonics Techshop as a downloadable product.
Will the Bob Moog Tribute Library work on earlier versions of Omnisphere? No, using Omnisphere v2.0 or higher is essential to hear the patches properly.
Are the sounds in the Tribute Library license free for commercial music use? Yes, when you purchase the library, you are licensed to use the sounds in any music production without additional fees for your lifetime. The music does not have to be related to the contest at all and we hope you make lots of great music with these sounds for many, many years!
Can I use the Tribute Library sounds outside of music production? No. If you have any non-musical use of the sounds from the Tribute Library, it’s very important that you contact us directly in advance to clear an special, non-musical usage.
Are there any legal limitations to how I can use this Library? The main limitation is that you are not allowed to use it to make a sample library or another kind of sample-based product. You are also restricted from giving away or posting online any loops or samples created using this Library. However, you are able to use these sounds in all musical recording applications without paying any additional licenses.
Do I have to credit Spectrasonics if I use a Library on a project? No, it isn’t mandatory…but it would be a very nice gesture to the contributors!
Do I need to obtain a special license to use a Library on a commercial project? No, the lifetime license fee to use the samples is covered in the purchase price of the Library. You can use it on as many of your own projects as you like and we hope that you make some hits with it!
Can I use this Library in multimedia or game music projects? Yes, this is OK unless you want to put samples from the Library encoded directly into the game. That requires an additional license.
I work at a production music studio with several other composers/producers. Can we all use the Library from our main server? No. It’s very important to know that each composer must have his or her own copy and license for the Library. We make regular checks to verify that large production studios have obtained the proper licenses for our instruments and sample libraries.
As a studio owner, can I include this Library on a rental or studio computer for studio clients to use on their projects? No….the standard license to use this Library is only granted to the buyer. If it is your own recording project that you are producing, of course that isn’t a problem… but your studio clients aren’t licensed to use it for their own projects, and Library use can’t be “rented”. Does this mean that I can’t use this Library when working on someone else’s project? No problem. The “single user” is defined as the person who is licensed to use the Library. This means that the licensed user can use it on an unlimited number of musical projects they are involved in. This can be a person’s own project, a project where they are acting as a producer for another artist, as a session musician performing on someone else’s project live or in the studio, etc, etc. The main point of our license agreement is the concept of a single licensed user. If a licensed user is not musically involved in a project, that is where there is a restriction… hence the inability to simply rent the Library or rent “time” to use the Library as part of a studio’s services. Most of our customers use their Spectrasonics sounds on many different kinds of musical projects for different artists and collaborations.
Can my writing partner use a copy of my Library on their computer? No….the license to use this Library is on a per-person (single user) basis. They would need to purchase their own copy of the Library to use it legally on their computer. Can I install my Library on a client’s computer for their use? Not unless they are a licensed user.
Can I resell my Library used to someone else? No. The sounds are licensed and registered ONLY to you (single user) and therefore, you can’t give away or sell the library used to someone else. The license is the right given to a single person to use the sounds in the Library. When you purchase the product, you are primarily purchasing the right to use the product. Also, if you sell your computer that has a Spectrasonics Library installed on it, you are required to delete it first from the hard drive.
Can I use the demo songs? No, they are just there to give you an idea of what the library can do.
I’ve never heard of these kinds of licensing restrictions before. Why does Spectrasonics have such an unusual policy? It’s not actually unusual at all or even unique to Spectrasonics. In fact, this is the identical type of license agreement used by thousands of sample libraries, virtually all sample-based virtual instruments and the vast majority of music software. Single-user license agreements do have different restrictions compared to using hardware devices, and many people are not aware of these types of differences and restrictions. Part of the purpose of this FAQ section is to serve as a clear explanation of our policies. In this case, these types of “single user” license restrictions are standard for nearly all software/soundware companies, not only Spectrasonics.
PATCHES (817 Patches)
SOUNDSOURCES (407 Soundsources) – 2.4GB
ARP + RHYTHM – 309 PatchesAnxious Undercurrent Armageddon Coming Armageddon Riser Automated Machine Avantgarde Composer Avenue Of The Stars Await the Hunt Bass Tactics Bassy Downbeat Arp Bedouin Harmonic Groove Bellini Bouncer Bent CompuRhythm Berlin Marathon Birds In The Jukebox Bite the Spider 1 Bite the Spider 2 Bladerazor Boddicker Jaw hARP Bonkers Circus Bounce for the Ounce Bouncy String Thing Breach And Clear Broken Circuit Pulse Bubble Sines Bumble Basher Burning Roof Falling Pitch Burning Roof C-3PO’s Castanets Calling Chords Cascading Data Caught in my Secrets Caveat Emptor Chamber of Pain Charging Rhino Bass Chase the Spider Cheerleader and Fanboy Chord Tracer Churning Analog Circuit Sculpture Classic Drops Clouds of Rain Clouds of Sunrise Club Clockwork Cold Brittle Waves Color Filter Commitment Constant Anxiety Constant Distress Constant Exhaustion Constant Surveillance Constant Suspicion Constructing a Spring Verb Coyote Trap CR Series Blowout Creeping Reductions Crush Method Crushed Jaws Cybernetics 1 Cybernetics 2 D-Sho Qub Daleks Approach Dancing Calculators Dancing Embers Dancing Modern Moog Dancing Mooger in Six Dancing On Ice DataPlex Delusional Violinist Depth of E-Motion Desperate Outcry Devine Matrix Network Dirty Bass Murf Diskdusk Displaced Heartbeat Dissonant Crystal Ping Texture Distressed Circuits Doctor Bob’s Good Vibes Dolby’s Pulsar Donna and Giorgio Doppler Moog Seq 1 Doppler Moog Seq 2 Drag Racer Drop Dead Grunge Drop Sequence Droptimus Earth Tone Ramps Eighties Synthpopia Electrical Parade Electroshocker 1 Electroshocker 2 Electrostatic Fingerprints Emission Electronic – Beat Emission Electronic – Clean Energizer Overload Escape from Reality Ethereal Pulsing Moogies Evolving Silver Nights Explosion of Anger Eyes of the Seraphim Falling Upbeat Fast Fury Wipeout Fat Is Fat Does Field Depth Energy Wah Field Depth Synbass Find Duke Plisken Find the Passage Back Fist Fighter Five House of Zen Flower Kid 1 Flower Kid 2 Force of Will Frozen Sky Gate Genius At Play Glass Snow Taps Glowstick Bass Got to Get Out Granular Air Compressor 1 Granular Air Compressor 2 Grinder Glider Grinding Through Groove Kollider Octaver Groove Kollider Retro Hallucinating Bass Wheel Hammer and Hooks Happy Stream of Nanobots Heartbeat Circuits Heartbeat of the Futurist Heavy Ladder 1 Heavy Ladder 2 Helicopter Pulse Hood Scoop Hypodermic Energizer Ignite Action Bass Sequence Illegal Bandwidth Imperfected Tekno Pulsar In a Beautiful Place Industrial Bouncer Iron Horse Jack’s Brain 1 Jack’s Brain 2 Jaw Harp Beatbox Jobson Electric Violin 32nd seq Jobson Electric Violin Pizz Arp Jobson’s Drive Electric Vln 5ths Juice Ladder Jumper Counter Just Breathe Kafka’s Castle 1 Kafka’s Castle 2 Kafka’s Mute Kaput Clock Kazumi Cycle Labcoat Parade Lazor Squared Living a Dual Life Lost in Dagobah Lovely Pulsing Moogies Lynchbot MachineEX Ticker Mad at the World Manchester Massive Manic Episodes Massive Assault Mathematical Bleeps Metaphysical Exploration Mind Warper Mindbending a Steel Tray Minimal Zimmer Beatbox Mission Critical Modal Moods Modular Circus Modular Drumming in Six Mongrel Moog Moog’s Upwards Expansion Moogdrum Airfoil Moogdrum Blowback Moon Cloning 1 Moon Cloning 2 Mouse In The Engine Inverse Mouse In The Engine Mutant Dancing Chord Bass Nebula Glidepath Neptune Hi-Hat Nine Lives Noise Echorize Noon Chill 1 Noon Chill 2 Ode to Dr. Moog Old District Smasher OMG Powerline 1 OMG Powerline 2 OMG Powerline 3 One Small Step Parhelic Triangle Pentatonic Dreaming Loop 1 Pentatonic Dreaming Loop 2 Poly Moog Planet Preparing for Battle Propellercat Prototype K Alarm Prototype K Bass Prototype X Bass Prototype X Beat Prototype X Tonal Prototype Y Bass Prototype Y Cue Prototype Y Interuption Prototype Y Stereo Crashing Prototype Z Beat Prototype Z Tonal Pterodactyl Attack Pulse of Vince Pulsing Sidechainz Race to Space Mountain 1 Race to Space Mountain 2 Race to the Sky Tram 1 Race to the Sky Tram 2 Razor Bits Relentless Trance Retro-TB Clock Retrospace Harp Rhythmic Fog Riding the Silver Pony Ridley’s Wind Feedback RoadRacer Pad Roboscratch 1 Roboscratch 2 Roboscratch Break Robot Squid Round The World Trip Roxy Motion Rude Riffer Running Across The Digital Field Running Against Bass Face Running Against Circuits Running Against Electroflies Running Against Robo Running Against Skin Jobs Running Against the Glitch Running Bass San Francisco Tape Music Center Sense of Wonder Short Circuit Bass 1 Short Circuit Bass 2 Short Circuit Bass 3 Silly FM Beatbox Sixties BBC Melancholy Loop Sixties BBC Melancholy Random Skip’s Thwaky Mau5 Trap 1 Skip’s Thwaky Mau5 Trap 2 Skiperidoo Slumbering Spider Sines 1 Slumbering Spider Sines 2 Space Time Arp Spider Pulse Star Traveler Harp Star Traveler Pulse Star Traveler Stepping into Darkness 1 Stepping into Darkness 2 Stepping into Darkness 3 Stream of Consciousness Strobe Motions Sun Chaser Sunglasses At Night Surfing the Spider Net 1 Surfing the Spider Net 2 Surfing the Tonal Waves Swinging Space – Simple Swinging Space – Water Synergy Pulse Tara’s Claroscuro Technopolis The Shark Bite Bass Things Are Not What They Seem Throatpulse Thumbtack on your Neck Thumbtack on your Synth Tied Up Chair Grunge Time Is Running Out Time Ticker Tooth Drilling Bass Total Eclipse Touch of Evil 1 Touch of Evil 2 Trashy Bossa Mooga Trespassing Tribute To Bob Moog’s Imagination Twinkle Twinkle Little Pulsar Undergirder Underground Station Bass Underground Station Unstable State Upbeat Fluctuations 1 Upbeat Fluctuations 2 Upbeat Fluctuations 3 Vin Ethanol Vince’s Gort Arp Viral Chord Pulser Walls of Carnelian We Got A Runner Whammy Goodness Whiffle Bell Moog Arp Worms Digging Rust Wrap and Release – Clean Wrap and Release – Talk Yellow Jello Slugs Zap Dancer Zimmer Chase in ThreesBELLS AND CHIMES – 9 Patches
Angry and Raw Distortion Borg Bass Boys Nightmare Corrupted Lead Debris Field Impact Ferrite Nose Ring Fuzz Undulations Fweedback Galloping Fuzzhead Impulse Glider Instant IFC Molten Morello Moogorbitron Overtones One Trick Alien Bagpipe Psycho Nu Deli Rudest Awakening The Wrestler Thick Spacial Weightless Moog
ELECTRO PERC – 8 Patches
Big Noise Crash Hans Zimmer Moog Can Hit Hans Zimmer Moog Drums Hans Zimmer Moog Gong Hans Zimmer Moog Toms Robo Calculator Robo Castanets VCO Syndrums of War
HYBRID ORGANIC – 7 Patches
Bova Granular Flute Feather Duster Jobson meets Morricone M’Bira Streams Mystique mood Painted Bow Space Harp Alias
IMPACTS AND HITS – 36 Patches
Alien Shootout Asian Talking Hit Burning Air Impact Cannon Blast Cannon Reverse Deep Blue Strike Distorted Dream Hit Doppler Fireball Reverse Doppler Fireball Elfman Prepared Piano Hit Hammer Zimmer Hit Jarre Gong AKS + LCO Lama Temple 1 Lama Temple 2 Moraz I-NEET Crash Peaceful Ending Planet Killer Railroad Grain Spin Railroad Piano Hit Ray of Moonlight Ray of Sunshine Retro Explosion 1 Reverse Retro Explosion 1 Retro Explosion 2 Reverse Retro Explosion 2 Ricochet Alien Bouncer Ricochet Alien Crack Space Invader Falls In Battle Spring Slamverb Sub Tonal Boom Supersub Bass Drop Tara Auntie Dalek Reverse Tara Auntie Dalek Ultra Cannon Wake Up! Warhead Lazer
KEYBOARDS – 4 Patches
Bell Key Piano Heaven has Accordians Retro Vibratone Toy Piano Space Wormies
PADS + STRINGS – 29 Patches
Beautiful Shards Chanter Choir Distressed Swell Drift 5th Pad Electrolysis Pad Electron Pulse Pad Empty Wind Blip Pad Erattica Laser Pad Evening Arrives Wheel Shimmer Fifth Bliss Finding Peace at the End Fluttering Feedback Loop Pad Granular Inception Pad Hollow Squiggly Pad Made of Silk Moody Memories Night Blindness Oceanwaves Pad Pernicious Pad Reduction Crescendo Pad Rulebreaker Pad Seashore Pad Shimmering Swells Simple Square Pad The Beauty Trionic Force Flow Sustain Warm Bed of Electron Birdies Warm Family Pad Waves of Inspiration
Ambivalent Solder Joint Anxious Awakenings Babbitt Pings Bass Mutant Bench Testing Brains of Science Bristol’s Underground Moog Broken Record Chrome Martini Computations Cricket Infested Modular Curse Of The Psycho Computer Deep Borden Groove Diego LCO Uneasy Synth Distorted Lights Dragonfly Lamentations Echoplex meets Modular Eyeless Cave Dwellers Fireflies in the Evening Five of Hearts Flower Kid Lead Smooth Flower Kid Lead Flower Kid Leadblip Going Bonkers Hit and Miss In The Tape Lab Liquid Acid Loving the Machine Luminescent Lo-Fi Rain Merry Moog Melodies Modular Distruptions Moog Cookbook Carousel Moog Cookbook Granular Carousel Moog Steam Organ Musical Macnoise Newborn Supernova Night Scanners Old Radio Keys Open the Docking Doors Pearldrop PlateTonics Pocket Piano & Vibrations Pocket Piano + Pocket String Pocket Piano Radio Shack Cheese Moog Random Atmosines Remember to Swish Retro Woodwind Ensemble Sad Birds Social Tensions 1 Social Tensions 2 Soil Creatures Sowisoso Stay Away From That House Stranded at the Spacedock Those Angry Birds Tom Waits in the Lobby Underground Harmonics 1 Underground Harmonics 2 Unnerving Sensation Vintage Computing – Clean Vintage Computing – Dirty What the bleep Wire Glitch Sines
SFX AND NOISE – 74 Patches
Arcade Blasters Buchla Orbiting Crazy Cat Creature Sidewinder Cy Ops Carrier Diego LCO Mid Drop Diego LCO Quick Drop Elfman Prep Piano Reverse Flange Fluctuation FM Plonked Fredwreck’s Nightmare Fredwreck’s Rise Reverse Fredwreck’s Rise Galaxy Stormz Goldsmith’s Ghost Echoes Hell’s Doorbell Jarre Synthi AKS Bubble Grains Jarre Synthi AKS Classic Sweep FX Jarre Synthi AKS Lazer Grains Jarre Synthi AKS Mod Bird Grains Jarre Synthi AKS Reverse Unison Jarre Synthi AKS Ringer Grains Jarre Synthi AKS Space Rise Jarre Synthi AKS Zapbird Grains Macnoise Field Magnetic Dreams Massive Oscillator Chain Glides Modular Archetype Modular DIalog Money Mark Drop Rev Money Mark Drop Moraz Bubblizer Dreams Moraz Bubblizer Supra Needle Dropper Night Invaders Old Itchyplex Optical Exorcism Particle Detector Pentatonic Gliss Plunderphonics Power Fields Restless Ramses Retro LCO Sweepers Robot Wars Running Out of Oxygen Scarr Birdies Wide Scarr Filterverb Scarr S+H Frying Scarr Squelch 1 Scarr Squelch 2 Scarr Tiny Whoosh Share the Nightmare Spectral Chaos Spring Backwards Summon The Sand Tapefrog Tara BellUnderBed Reverse Tara BrainBlood Wide Tara FrequedOutGirl Reverse Tara FrequedOutGirl Tara Insanity Skates Tara MrX Grains Tara MrX Tara RezDown Tara RezUp Tara RingMod Diva Tara Solaris Alarm Tara Solaris Grains Tesla’s Bug Zapper Thundertube Reverse Tormented Ripper Ultimate Jet Flange Wheel Xpander in Five Grains Zimmer Granular FX
SYNTH BASS – 51 Patches
Basso Alien Western Bobstep Bass Bomb Shack Bass Both Speeks Workin It Bulbous Deep Bass Buzz Mountain Bass DDL Sick Attack Bass Deep Double Chin Moog Edge of Agony Fredwreck VibraBass Big Fredwreck VibraBass Swell From Fire There Was Bass Funk Up In There Giant Rattlesnake Bass Going thru a Dark Phase Bass Growing Modular Bass Hybrid Foundation Bass Indian Base Indie Moog Bass Industrial Pluck Bass Light Sabre Bass Lofi Electro Bass 1 Lofi Electro Bass 2 Lofi Squarefunk Bass Morgan Page Swell Bass Nasal Clicker Moog Night Squad Bass OMG-1 Ultra Wide Bass Overblown Bass Page Feeder Voyager Plastic Funk Bass Quacker Bass Quirky Habits Shermanized Bass Sinister Square Swell Skip’s Acid Dub Bass LFO Skip’s Acid Dub Bass SUS Solid Living Deep Bass Storm Is Coming Bass Systematic Bass Tara Chewy Warm Bass Tara Frequey Rez Bass Tornado Bass Wide Angle Tornado Bass Tranquil Bass Valley Bass Classic Volcano Burbbling Bass Voluptuous Juice Wicked Massive Basshead Worrell Stereo Bass Freaks Wrecker Bass
SYNTH MONO – 65 Patches
Anavibe Lead Bernie Worrell Interval Worm Bernie Worrell Intervallics Chest Stabber Chiffer Whistlead Close To The Cliff Lead Confunktion High Confunktion Liquid Cookbook Circus Glider Crystal Method Shermanizer 1 Crystal Method Shermanizer 2 Crystal Method Shermanizer 3 Crystal Method Shermanizer 4 Crystal Method Shermanizer 5 Dare to go Low Death Angel Swell Deep Time Traveller Diego LCO 3 Octaves Lead Diego LCO Octawide Basslead Diego LCO Siren Doctor Bad Ass Dream Dots Drive the Bottom Fat And Legato Fight To The Death Frank’s SynKey Funk Liberator Lead Funky Chiffer Lead Huck Finn’s DropTop Infernal Phase Inharmonic Europeans Invisible Ink Juicy Rude Lead King of Prog Kitchen Sync Logan Ran Away Lonely Monophonic Solo Mechamoog Blast Mellifluous fifths Mighty Wobblelizer 1 Mighty Wobblelizer 2 Mono Dronez Lead Moog 5th Glider Swell NoizTexture Lead Octamooger Lead Plastic CZ Lead Predictus Lead Razor Burn Razor Synth Screamer Lead Shocklee 6bitcord Shrimp Bite Shrimp Lead Singing Bumblebees Lead Spinning Head Chord Stabbing Spasms Starry Ninths Starry Sevenths Sunset Glider Synthetic Pesticide Tasty Morsels Unaffected Funk Lead Unpredictable Dopplers Vibrarouter Ya Can’t Trust That Lead
SYNTH POLY – 54 Patches
Analog Adagio 1 Analog Adagio 2 Angry Titan Apollo’s Horn Asian Tensions Attitude Adjuster Big Boned Polysynth Bob til you drop Bouncing Synth Strings Chiffing Celli Confunktion Higher Fat and Fancy Forgotten City Swell Fredwreck Falling Giant Steppes Giant Tinysizer Detuner Harsh Fifth Horizon Filters Hybrid Heartbeat Swell Ice Cricket Coronation Ice Crickets In the Clearing Manning’s Mellow Moogietron Maudlin Shubbery Mellow Grit Modern Synth Brass Modular Elegy Modular Granularity Muted Screamer Pluck Nasal Freak Norlander Wall of Doom Perky Fathead Moog Perky Moog Whistles 1 Perky Moog Whistles 2 Perky Quirky Modular Polyphonic Moog Comp Fat Polyphonic Moog Comp Sharp Porcaro Dual Lead Brass Prog Poly Detuner Raise It Up Scarr Detuner Wide Seventies Allpass Vibratones Stadium Ego Sweeping the Modulars Switched on Sync Thoughts on Light Rays Tony’s Abacabidge Toto Octave Brass Tripping in ’69 Vince Clarke Gort Sweep 1 Vince Clarke Gort Sweep 2 Vince Clarke Gort Waves of Poseidon Wonderdrive Sines
TEXTURES – 83 Patches
Airy Sub Sweep Arriving Home Bacon Bombs Beneath Kilauea Bladewalker Drone Blow out the Candles Bova Tensions Cast into Darkness Chamber Of Dreams Darkness at Sunrise Deeply Troubled Departing Trombones Diablo Drone Diatom Mandala Dirty Blue Animations Distorted Sonar Droplet Pattern Drops of Dreams Echoes of Air Elevators on Mars Empty Thoughts in the Abyss Eraserhead Factory Floating in the Sky Gargoyles Glass Eternity Gritty Motion Drone Hallucinegenics Heart of Darkness Horror Trill Swell Hypnotic Generator Imaginary Floating Flowers In The Depths Introspection It’s Not Safe Jack’s Dream World Jacques Cousteau Jan Hammer’s Chord Reverse Jan Hammer’s Favorite Chord Keep The Door Shut Or They…. Lake Vostok Anomaly Loading Bay Approach Microbe Amoeba Drone Modwheel Freeze Grains Moog Landing Moraz Ground Zero Moraz I-NEET Build Musicbox in the Emerald Waters Origami Sky Outcries Particle 7ths Psychorchestra Victrola 1 Psychorchestra Victrola 2 Rattle Everything Drone Ravel’s Halloween Wheel Repressed Memories Rusty Magic Trick Safe Drone Sakamoto Texture Satellite Desolation 1 Satellite Desolation 2 Sea Cave Bubbles Dynamite Searching for Answers Silent Running Silicon Valley Creek Slowly Floating Summon The Ghosts Swarm of Darkness Synergy Delta Four Tara Bell Underbed Tara Ghost Geek Choir The 11th Dimension The Universe Is All Around Us There Is No Spoon Tomorrow We Will Escape Transmission From Void 1 Transmission From Void 2 Ulysses Sailing With The Sirens 1 Ulysses Sailing With The Sirens 2 Vinyl Memories Voyage Across The Unknown Whales Journey White Abstract Elephant Zero Time