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Omnisphere 2.6

Spectrasonics Omnisphere 2.6
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Omnisphere® is the flagship synthesizer of Spectrasonics - an instrument of extraordinary power and versatility. Top Artists all over the world rely on Omnisphere as an essential source of sonic inspiration. This award-winning software brings many different types of synthesis together into one amazing-sounding instrument that will spark a lifetime of exploration.

Omnisphere is the only software synth in the world to offer a Hardware Synth Integration feature. This remarkable innovation transforms over 65 well-known hardware synthesizers into extensive hands-on controllers that unlock Omnisphere’s newly expanded synthesis capabilities. Simply put, this ground-breaking feature makes using Omnisphere feel just like using a hardware synth! By bridging the physical experience gap between software and hardware, users gain intuitive control of Omnisphere by using the familiar layout of their supported hardware synth. Virtual instrument users can now experience the joy of the hardware synth workflow and hardware synth users can fully expand their capabilities into the vast sonic world of Omnisphere!


Omnisphere - the worst thing that happened to my creativity

I feel very much the same but it's not just omnisphere, but all plugins and to some extent even hardware preset synths. I find the whole process monotonous and uninspiring producing with with virtual instruments on a laptop. After years producing using nearly only software i'm going the other way. There's never been such...

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Waldorf Iridium

I'm a big fan of Omnisphere, and wanted to point out a few things. First is that if you get the main Spectrasonics suite of Omnisphere, Keyscape, and Trilian it's $1200. All 3 packages are great, but it's premier pricing, and adds up quick if you want everything. If you don't need/want realistic pianos...

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Mono hardware synth to compliment a DAW?

That's a good question. I really like Diva, Serum, Omnisphere, Repro 1/5, Monark, these are the first that come to mind. I also like/prefer working with VSTs but I need the tactile inspiration that hardware gives. It feels good to just turn on a synth and tweak away, I think...

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