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    Omnisphere

    My first posting ... after considerable lurking and reading, I purchased Omnisphere. It is a very nice product. CS.

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    Re: Omnisphere

    I got it a couple months ago. I agree completely. It takes a while to explore all the sounds available. And much longer to explore all the possibilities in modifying the default sounds. I've barely touched the surface.
    Dave M.

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    Re: Omnisphere

    Received mine a few days ago. I expected nothing less than brilliant from Spectrasonics and they always go beyond my expectations.

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    Re: Omnisphere

    I agree. This is the best synth I've ever used bar none (that includes the high end Rolands, Korgs and Kurzweils). For the kind of thing I like, it blows everything else out of the water. It gives complexity without mess, and its sounds BIG, but it doesn't tire the ear, organic but also ultra modern and the number of great usable sounds you can make is just huge. What more could one want?

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    Re: Omnisphere

    +1 here. Best softsynth ever, bar none!

    I got Omnisphere a while back and am completely addicted to it. At the moment I'm uploading several tracks I wrote with it to my website, and I'll post links later.
    Dan Powers
    www.danielpowers.info

    "It's easier to be a composer than it is to compose."
    --Ray Luke (1928-2010)

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    Re: Omnisphere

    I've had it for 2 weeks now and I have to agree that this is the best soft synth ever. I just started to program my own patches. WOW!

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    Re: Omnisphere

    Now THAT's a nice thread to read. ;-)

    Glad you guys are inspired....that's always our goal. :-)

    spectrum

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    Re: Omnisphere

    Quote Originally Posted by commalot View Post
    I got it a couple months ago. I agree completely. It takes a while to explore all the sounds available. And much longer to explore all the possibilities in modifying the default sounds. I've barely touched the surface.
    Dave M.
    I've been slowly going throught the alphabetical list of patches and auditioning each one and tagging the ones that catch my ears. I spent a couple of hours today in the S's and couldn't get all the way through (it's like driving across Texas). Ran into the 'Smoked Lap Steel' patch. Wow, what a beautiful sound.

    It really is an "epic" piece of soundware.

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    Re: Omnisphere

    Re: "'Smoked Lap Steel' patch."
    --Yes, played that one for about 45 minutes the first time I found it, and then it began to dawn upon me that that was going to take me a LONG time to get through ALL the presets.
    Cubase 7.0.3, Wavelab 7.1, Omnisphere, Trilian, Stylus RMX, Symphobia 1 & 2 , all Spitfire libraries, LASS 2, Requiem Pro, Voxos, Superior Drummer 2, Komplete 8, Cinematic Guitars, most EW libraries, Chris Hein Horns, Guitar & Bass, 2.8 GHz Mac Pro, 18 GB RAM, OS 10.6.8, RME Multiface II + HDSP PCIe

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    Re: Omnisphere

    I love Omnisphere even though it has its quirks here and there.
    I audition sounds and can't believe how time flies.
    I really wish I could learn to program it and hopefully there will be video tutorials aimed at beginner programmers like me.

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