Orchestral Tools announces Modus—Jeff Russo. This latest collection is a comprehensive and varied toolset for TV composition and underscoring. Modus was created in collaboration with Jeff Russo, for him to use when scoring Star Trek: Discovery and Star Trek: Picard.
Modus—Jeff Russo offers a total of 21 exclusive instruments. The collection focuses on special tension and transition patches, which allow composers to work faster and more easily without compromising sound quality. Modus also features a selection of continuums—exclusive pads and textures that shift and evolve. The library also includes a wide selection of orchestral ensembles, choir, and percussion, as well as unique specialist patches, including a majestic shakuhachi, a choir singing in Klingon, and custom instrument blends designed by Jeff Russo.
Jeff Russo is an award winning composer based in LA. His TV scoring credentials are exceptional: He won an Emmy for his work on the Fargo series, and has provided the scores for Legion, Altered Carbon, The Umbrella Academy, and more. His movie scores include Lucy in the Sky starring Natalie Portman, and Lizzie, starring Kristen Stewart and Chloe Sevigny.
Modus—Jeff Russo is available for pre-order now for €199 + VAT through the Orchestral Tools website. It will be available for download from October 28 at an introductory offer price of €249.
The intro offer ends on November 10 and the regular price for Modus—Jeff Russo is €499 + VAT. Single instruments from the collection will be available for purchase from Oct 28. Modus runs exclusively in the free SINE player, which can be downloaded here.
Further product information
For additional information on Modus—Jeff Russo, as well as videos, and audio demos, see the product page.