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  1. Omnisphere Software 2.6.2c (Version History) Includes the following features and fixes: Fixes issue where some knobs could fail to appear on GUI after loading Keyscape patch (bug present only on MacOS 10.11) Fixes issue where older patches with non-null Glide parameter would have wrong glide duration Fixes issue when Arpeggiator is enabled: in some situations, when a chord is played not all notes would be played Edit: Nevermind... old news
  2. I'm a big fan of 'the Unfinished', he has a great collection of patches for a variety of soft synths. Omnisphere Amara by The Unfinished Coming February 22nd, available for £69.99 +VAT. http://www.theunfinished.co.uk/ (no direct link for this yet) Shadowy, taut, analogue pulses, sequences and rhythms extracted from classic synthesizers; pianos, strings and mallets deconstructed and then carefully patched back together; all hewn together to provide a rich and immersive library, full of punchy bass, sumptuous pads, expressive instruments and brooding textures. Omnisphere Amara provides big drama on a small scale. Some demo tracks...
  3. In honor of getting the Top Pick from Sample Library Review the intro offer of 35€ (excluding VAT) will be continue for 10 days until the 10th of March! After that the full price will be 49€ (excluding VAT). ---- I’m proud to announce my first official release with Man Makes Noise's The Lobby Piano. As this will be the first thing I release I kept pondering what should it be. And so I had a thought no sample library developer has ever had: let’s make a piano library. I know, I know. The world really frigging doesn’t need another deep sampled piano library with a hundred microphones to choose from. So I didn’t make one. Instead I made you something very different. The Lobby Piano is an exploration into what a piano can be. A collection of sound design piano tones ranging from experimental playing styles to completely recharged sound explorations. The Lobby Piano is at home in pretty much everything you do. It’s not really a piano anymore. Really it isn’t. I recorded sounds from a single piano (located in a lobby, duh) with an assortment of orthodox and unorthodox methods and tools (a hammer and a keychain were involved among other items). Still this is not an effects piano nor a prepared piano. It’s a designed piano. The Lobby Piano contains 200 patches with 296 original soundsources. The patches are divided into 13 categories that are easily identifiable within Omnisphere. Today I tease you with the first official demo for the product composed by Stephan Baer using only sounds from the library: The second demo to tease the library is some post rock goodness from Posthouse Tuomi. Dressed and Naked version to show The Lobby Piano in context and the sounds as they are: Also more details about the contents on the The Lobby Piano: ALARMS - 7 -Scream type of sounds. ARPS - 22 - Tonal and rhythmic movements. ATMOSPHERES - 16 - Tonal long ambient sounds. BASIC PIANO SOUNDS - 10 - Single soundsource instruments displaying the variety of recorded sounds. BASSES - 10 - Low end stuff. DESIGNED - 8 - Piano + another sound combined into designed instruments. FX - 10 - Non tonal sounds go here. Most of the riser sounds are controlled by modwheel to allow you to create the length of riser as it suits you! HITS - 8 - Big hits. KEYS - 43 - Layered keyboard sounds. PADS - 35 - Long tonal pads. PERCUSSIONS - 20 - Percussive loops and instruments. PULSES - 6 -Rhythmic pulsing elements. SYNTHS - 5 - Here are sounds that started as a piano, but were transformed into synth sounds outside of Omnisphere and then brought back for further mangling. The Lobby Piano requires Omnisphere 2.5. The library will be released on Wednesday the 30th of January 2019. I have a free set of 10 patches available at: https://www.manmakesnoise.com/freebies
  4. We are excited to announce another significant update of our flagship software synthesizer Omnisphere®. Version 2.6 adds an enhanced Arpeggiator and dramatically expanded Hardware Synth Integration, with support for over 60 Hardware Synths! This update adds brand new profiles for such iconic synths as the Roland Juno-106, Alesis Andromeda and the Roland D-50, to the very latest synths like the Korg Minilogue XD and Moog One - as well as dozens of other user requested models. The FREE update will also include hundreds of inspiring new patches for all registered Omnisphere 2 users and will be available in March. Major Arpeggiator Update Omnisphere’s renowned Arpeggiator has been greatly enhanced with all new creative tools, a brand new preset library and much more. The musical possibilities are vastly expanded, making it one of the most flexible arpeggiators ever, while still being fun to use. Best of all, Omnisphere 2.6 can now capture the MIDI data of what the arpeggiator is doing as a standard MIDI file, which can be dragged to any DAW for further editing! Expanded Hardware Synth Integration Omnisphere’s unique Hardware Synth Integration feature bridges the physical experience gap between software and hardware, giving users intuitive control of Omnisphere by using the familiar layout of their hardware synth. With the new 2.6 release, many requested hardware synth profiles have been added, including support for over 60 popular hardware synthesizers from Moog®, Sequential®, Roland®, Korg®, Novation®, Nord®, Behringer®, Access®, Studiologic® and Yamaha®. The supported hardware synths cover a wide array of form factors and price ranges for different types of users. New Sounds Omnisphere 2.6 features a newly expanded “Hardware Library” with hundreds of new patches created by Eric Persing and our renowned Sound Development team. Notably, this update takes Eric’s classic sound design work from the original 1987 Roland D-50 into completely new sonic territory with Omnisphere’s vast synthesis capabilities. New Hardware Synth Profiles added in v2.6 include: • Roland Juno-106 • Roland D-50/PG-1000 • Alesis Andromeda A6 • Behringer Deepmind • Access Virus Indigo 1 • Access Virus Indigo 2 • Access Virus C • Access Virus TI • DSI/Sequential Pro 2 • DSI/Sequential Prophet 08 • DSI/Sequential Mopho • Roland JP-8000 • Roland JP-8080 • Roland Gaia • Roland JD-Xi • Roland SH-201 • Nord Wave • Nord Lead 3 • Nord Lead 4 • Nord Lead A1 • Nord Stage 3 • Moog One • Moog Minitaur • Korg MicroKorg • Korg MicroKorg XL • Korg Minilogue XD • Korg MS-20i • Korg MS-2000 • Novation MiniNova • Yamaha Reface CS *complete list of new features and supported synths will be announced upon the official release in March 2019. Pricing and Availability Omnisphere 2.6 is a FREE update to all registered Omnisphere 2 users! Official Release March 2019 All specifications subject to change without notice. All trademarks are the property of their respective holders
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