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    Logic 8 & Omnisphere - setting multi-output?

    I'm new to Omnisphere. Can't find instructions or tutorial for setting up multiple tracks (multi-timbral, multi-output) in Logic for Omnisphere.

    There is an RMX Tutorial, but it doesn't seem to translate over.

    Any suggestions would be most appreciated...

    Ben

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    Re: Logic 8 & Omnisphere - setting multi-output?

    off the top of my head...

    Add the "multi output" omnisphere AU to a track. Set the tracks midi channel to 1.

    Select Track => New with next midi channel for every track you want to add.

    this is how I do it. I think there's another way or two.

    good luck

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    Re: Logic 8 & Omnisphere - setting multi-output?

    oh yeah, the rmx tutorial... it's for logic 7 and sets it up in the environment. Not necessary in logic 8. I recall seeing a faq for logic 8 on the spectrasonics web site faq (for rmx)

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    Re: Logic 8 & Omnisphere - setting multi-output?

    I have a tutorial in my book "Going Pro With Logic Pro 8" that walks you through the process.

    I sue Stylus RMX in it but the principles are the same for any multi-timbral multi-output software instrument in Logic Pro 8.
    Composer, Logic Certified Trainer, Level 2,
    author of "Going Pro with Logic Pro 9."

    www.jayasher.com

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    Re: Logic 8 & Omnisphere - setting multi-output?

    Quote Originally Posted by bengedlow View Post
    I'm new to Omnisphere. Can't find instructions or tutorial for setting up multiple tracks (multi-timbral, multi-output) in Logic for Omnisphere.

    There is an RMX Tutorial, but it doesn't seem to translate over.

    Any suggestions would be most appreciated...

    Ben
    When you create a new instrument, click on the Multimbral check box.
    When you load Omnisphere, make sure to select the 8xMultiOutput.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashermusic View Post
    I have a tutorial in my book
    I sue Stylus RMX
    Hey Jay, I would first email Spectrasonics support before going to litigation!!!!

    hehehehe ;-)

    Nigel

    PS seriously, the book looks very good, I checked it out at Amazon and was impressed, so ordered it!

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    Re: Logic 8 & Omnisphere - setting multi-output?

    Oops, man, my typing sucks.

    I hope you enjoy my book.
    Composer, Logic Certified Trainer, Level 2,
    author of "Going Pro with Logic Pro 9."

    www.jayasher.com

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    Re: Logic 8 & Omnisphere - setting multi-output?

    Just got the book. First impressions are great: lots of hands-on, power-user, and most importantly, musically useful information, relevant to the working production process.

    Some of the stuff you could possibly figure out yourself with some trial & error & by really slogging with the manual, but the book explains it much better. There's plenty in there that the manual doesn't even touch on though.

    Definitely recommended for moving up & onward with Logic.

    Nigel

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    Re: Logic 8 & Omnisphere - setting multi-output?

    Thank you Nigel! Those were indeed my goals.
    Composer, Logic Certified Trainer, Level 2,
    author of "Going Pro with Logic Pro 9."

    www.jayasher.com

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    Re: Logic 8 & Omnisphere - setting multi-output?

    Quote Originally Posted by bruno garza View Post
    When you create a new instrument, click on the Multimbral check box.
    When you load Omnisphere, make sure to select the 8xMultiOutput.
    Thanks so much for actually answering Ben's question bruno. It helped me out too.

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