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    So where is the Omni (mini) REVIEWS ?

    Hi folks, new here - I have been sitting on the fence watching Omni
    for a while , where are the first "mini reviews" ?!
    Yeah i know - it´s just been released & so on...

    In the past i owned all the spectrasonic apps - so i know Omni
    will live up to expectations, I´ll buy it anyway!

    Regards, T

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    Re: So where is the Omni (mini) REVIEWS ?

    Just buy it. You wont be sorry.....
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    Re: So where is the Omni (mini) REVIEWS ?

    Here's my review:
    It's very very good, the sounds are amazing, it now replaces Atmosphere as well, and not only the multis, but the patches will inspire you. Of course, due to it's power, it will also eat your computer's resources entirely if you stretch it too far. But you'll spend so much time playing it and playing with it, that you'll resent having to stop and do other things. Buy it and join the convinced and converted! .....................And there's your first mini review! ...........playz
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    Re: So where is the Omni (mini) REVIEWS ?

    Quote Originally Posted by playz123 View Post
    Here's my review:
    It's very very good, the sounds are amazing, it now replaces Atmosphere as well, and not only the multis, but the patches will inspire you. Of course, due to it's power, it will also eat your computer's resources entirely if you stretch it too far. But you'll spend so much time playing it and playing with it, that you'll resent having to stop and do other things. Buy it and join the convinced and converted! .....................And there's your first mini review! ...........playz

    Thanks!
    ( Still hoping for a b i g review soon.... )

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    Re: So where is the Omni (mini) REVIEWS ?

    That "review" was offered 'tongue in cheek' of course, but I do expect we'll see a full review by professionals in some magazines in the next few months. Sound On Sound did preview it this summer, but didn't cover things in great detail.
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    Re: So where is the Omni (mini) REVIEWS ?

    Quote Originally Posted by playz123 View Post
    Of course, due to it's power, it will also eat your computer's resources entirely if you stretch it too far.
    That's why you have features like "freeze" tracks in DAW's like Cubase!

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