Let's find out Wouldn't it be nice to live in a universe where the unexpected always happened? A place where water flowed uphill, money grew OEM Spectrasonics Omnisphere trees, fish wrote poetry and fireflies directed the traffic? An alternative reality in which football managers made surprising statements like, 'for the game with Surreal Madrid we'll be playing with 10 goalkeepers and a lone daffodil up front'? A brave new world where OEM Spectrasonics Omnisphere kept their promises, drummers kept perfect time, rock guitarists played at reasonable volume and TV talent show judges talked sense? Eric Persing lives in this universe. The founder of Spectrasonics has always created products which defy expectations, whether they be the eclectic world—music excursions of Supreme Beats and Heart Of Asia, the Distorted Reality series or the hip, funky swirling beats on Liquid Grooves and Ethno Techno. Persing's imaginative streak was always harnessed to musical practicality, as evidenced by the huge collection of instantly usable, bang—on—the—money grooves found in Metamorphosis, Retrofunk and Backbeat. The quest to combine the unpredictable with the OEM Spectrasonics Omnisphere functional culminated in the first quarter OEM Spectrasonics Omnisphere with the popular trio of virtual instruments Stylus, Trilogy and Atmosphere. Though all three have helped many a record into the charts, the sample—based Atmosphere synth seems to have made the biggest impression possibly because prior to its OEM Spectrasonics Omnisphere such lush, layered pads were the exclusive preserve of owners of several expensive keyboards and a posh reverb unit. After five years topping the pops, Atmosphere has finally been discontinued and replaced by a far more ambitious instrument. Its name is cue drum roll Things have moved on since Atmosphere's heyday, and while Paul White's assessment of its 3. This percent increase in sonic firepower is merely one indicator of the new synth's superiority. Spectrasonics have not left users out in the cold: Atmosphere owners wishing to buy Omnisphere are entitled to a significant discount which grows bigger if they also own Trilogy and Stylus. To further ease the pain of upgrading, Omnisphere incorporates Atmosphere's entire sample library as well as painstakingly recreated versions of all its factory patches. The only snag is that due to its new design, Omnisphere can't import Atmosphere user patches; to continue using those you have to either manually recreate them in Omnisphere, or simply carry on using Atmosphere which will happily run alongside Omnisphere inside a project. Either way, Spectrasonics advise users to keep Atmosphere installed to recall older projects. Coal not provided. This move towards proprietary player software mirrors a pan—industry trend which arose partly as a response to the rife piracy of libraries issued in unprotected third—party sampler formats such as the now—defunct Gigastudio. The Steam engine retains the earlier player's ease of use and benefits from a similar clear, intuitive design, but it also contains amazing new hidden depths and a host of programming subtleties which will delight dedicated synth tweakheads. Omnisphere's patch browser — note the gratuitous plug for some obscure British keyboardist. One limitation is that Omnisphere will not operate as a stand—alone instrument on your desktop — you have OEM Spectrasonics Omnisphere run it as a plug—in inside a VST 2. For most people that will mean using it as a OEM Spectrasonics Omnisphere inside a sequencer. However, OEM Spectrasonics Omnisphere you prefer to install Omnisphere on a different computer from the one which houses your sequencing software, a number of inexpensive VST hosts are available which can run multiple software instruments and samplers. I often OEM Spectrasonics Omnisphere Forte on my PC for this purpose. Omnisphere runs on Mac OS Omnisphere ships OEM Spectrasonics Omnisphere six double—layer DVDs in a blue cardboard box which can be used as a novelty hat once the contents have been safely removed.
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