Tools To Inspire
"ENIGMA" is a collection of inspiring sounds and tools created exclusively by Leo in conjunction with Spitfire Audio. Almost immediately after its creation, Enigma has become the go-to workhorse font of inspiration for music makers the world over. Created largely on a rusty Trussart guitar plugged into Leo's infamous pedal array, with over 300 presets including weird and wonderful sounding guitars, synths, pads, atmos, phrases and over 200 loops.
Silver - Christian Henson (0:00 / 1:59)
The Avant Gardner (NAKED) - O. P. Weder (0:00 / 2:00)
The Avant Gardner - O. P. Weder (0:00 / 2:11)
If you're looking to add a timeless 'edge' to your music, if you're stuck for ideas, or are gripped with a blank screen and a looming deadline, we're confident that any one of the many hundreds of sounds found in Enigma will create a spark from which your creativity will flow.
Enigma is a collection of unique sounds created by Leo Abrahams and his trusty Trussart guitar via his much envied pedal board coupled with the sampling experience of Spitfire to present unrecognisable but organic sounds from a different world and time.
Because of their organic beginnings they have an honest emotion about them that suits any number of applications from the inner city to, desolate rural, to sweeping vistas. But again because of it's origins there is always a rusty nature to the library.
Leo Abrahams is a trailblazing musician, composer, and producer who has recorded and toured with such successful artists as; Imogen Heap, Ed Harcourt, Roxy Music, Grace Jones, and Pulp. Leo began to write and produce for a catalogue of aspiring singers and bands, which led him to creating his own records including The Unrest Cure, featuring the vocal stylings of; Brian Eno, KT Tunstall, Ed Harcourt, Foy Vance, and Bingo Gazingo. Leo has produced for a number of artists including Paolo Nutini, Wild Beasts, Frightened Rabbit and Carl Barat of the Libertines; he has composed such incredible soundtracks as that of The Lovely Bones (with Eno) and Hunger (with David Holmes); and he is also credited as the guitarist in such fantastic film scores as that of '71, Oceans 12, Twilight and Green Zone. Leo’s talent has extended across multiple genres of music, and it is his devotion along with his raw talent that has brought him the success he has today.
As composers ourselves we have been itching to get our hands on what we know will become essential DNA for future compositions and productions.
Created largely on a rusty Trussart guitar plugged into Leo's infamous pedal array, with over 300 presets including weird and wonderful sounding guitars, synths, pads, atmos, phrases and over 200 loops. This library is 5GB (compressed from 10GB) of pure inspiration.