Spectrasonics is pleased to announce an ‘AAX Public Beta’ version of the company’s three popular virtual instruments Omnisphere, Trilian and Stylus RMX for Avid’s new Pro Tools™ 11. Registered users of the Spectrasonics instruments can log into their user accounts to download the Public Beta versions.
Producertech’s Synth Courses have been designed to teach you the inner workings of the most popular software instruments available today, in order to teach you how to skilfully edit patches as well as create your own from scratch, which is an essential part of music production. The courses, which are delivered via streamed movies, thoroughly explain the key stages of synthesis and give numerous examples of patch creation throughout, to help put all of techniques taught into perspective. In addition to the instrument presets and written notes that accompany the lessons, there are a host of extra patches or samples provided by Producertech’s sponsor LOOPMASTERS. Furthermore, students have direct access to tutors either via email or on the forum when help is required.
Achieving excellence can take time and, after keeping us waiting on tender hooks for a couple of extra days, Spectrasonics have delivered just that in the form of the new awe-inspiring Omnisphere v1.5 update.
Spectrasonics have just released updates for their Omnisphere and Trillian instruments. Both insturments have been updated to version 1.3. Both updates are available in the User Updates area at the Spectrasonics website.
Leading virtual instrument developer Spectrasonics have announced a brand new free update for the multi-award winning Omnisphere and Trilian at this year’s Frankfurt Musikmesse. Version 1.3 offers new performance features including real-time performance sync capabilities allowing all three Spectrasonics instruments to be used together in some unique ways, Groove Lock Envelopes, new sounds, videos and more.
Omni Live is designed to turn an iPhone (or iPod Touch) into a simple, wireless remote control of Omnisphere’s “Live Mode” page via the touch-screen interface on the small, portable devices. Since Omnisphere’s Live Mode already allows multiple sound selection, the iPhone’s multi-touch display makes a useful control surface – especially on the stage.
Jordan Rudess (Dream Theatre) is demonstrating the Trilian and Omnisphere at the Spectrasonics booth at NAMM 2010. Trilian brings many different types of Bass together into one extraordinary-sounding virtual instrument and Omnisphere is Spectrasonics flagship virtual instrument.
On the heels of the release of their epic new Trilian(r) Total Bass Module virtual instrument, Spectrasonics has announced the release of version 1.1 of their award-winning Omnisphere(r) Power Synth – featuring native 64-bit Windows support, core library integration with Trilian and more. The new v1.1 is also Mac and Windows 32-bit compatible. For users who have both virtual instruments, sounds from Trilian can now be opened inside Omnisphere – allowing deeper editing of the Trilian sounds, as well as the creation of layers and splits with both instruments’ sounds in the same environment. The Omnisphere v1.1 update is free to all Omnisphere users as a download from the Spectrasonics website.
This week Spectrasonics is very excited to be at Winter NAMM introducing three major Spectrasonics Announcements for 2009.
Spectrasonics has updated Omnisphere to v1.0.1d and the Omnisphere Patch Library to v1.0.2.
Only a few days after its initial release, Spectrasonics has already released updates for Omnisphere’s Patch Library and Soundsource Library for both Windows and Mac OS X.