The Spectrasonics Story
Founded in 1994 by Los Angeles composer Eric Persing and his wife Lorey, Spectrasonics quickly became a leading developer of world-class sampled sound libraries. As Chief Sound Designer for Roland Corporation since 1984, Eric was already well-known in the music industry for creating many of the most popular sounds in their classic synthesizers, including the ground breaking Roland D-50. By infusing his years of product design expertise, Spectrasonics earned a reputation for setting the standard of excellence in the industry.
Fast forward to today, Spectrasonics is a leading innovator of virtual instrument software, with such celebrated titles as Omnisphere 2, Keyscape, Trilian, and Stylus RMX. Spectrasonics users include the world's foremost recording artists, producers, session players, remixers, game developers and film & TV composers. The company's instruments can be heard in thousands of hit records, top-selling games, popular television shows and major motion pictures. Every Spectrasonics product has been given a top industry award and garnered rave reviews.
Building on many years of accomplishments and creativity, the company has become one of the world's leading music software developers. Through it all, Spectrasonics' success remains the result of its original philosophy: Create "powerfully simple" products that are truly inspiring and unique.