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Omnisphere 2.6.2c Update

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Omnisphere 2 Software 2.6.2c 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

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Now the arpegiator work great with cakewalk bandlab. (as 2.5.1----2.60 to 2.61 dont work ok)

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I just updated Omnisphere software to 2.6.2c.

After that the Omnisphere.dll (64 bit) won´t scan at all (size 53,384 KB)

I tested it with latest Studio One 4.5 and latest Cakewalk by Bandlab.

Omnisphere.dll goes to failed plugins in Cakewalk and to blacklist in SO4.

Standalone version works ok but not the vst version :(

I emailed to Spectrasonics. Let´s hope somebody finds the fix!

I have Win 10, 64 bit, version 1903

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9 hours ago, Acue said:

I just updated Omnisphere software to 2.6.2c.

After that the Omnisphere.dll (64 bit) won´t scan at all (size 53,384 KB)

I tested it with latest Studio One 4.5 and latest Cakewalk by Bandlab.

Omnisphere.dll goes to failed plugins in Cakewalk and to blacklist in SO4.

Standalone version works ok but not the vst version :(

I emailed to Spectrasonics. Let´s hope somebody finds the fix!

I have Win 10, 64 bit, version 1903

As both SO4.5 & CbB are failing to scan it, it sounds like your install has somehow got corrupted, either that or its some weird permissions issue.

If you right click->properties on Omnisphere.dll, do you see any security issues?

A common one with Windows 10 is this:

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If it's not this, try running CbB as admin and rescanning failed plugins.

FWIW, the size of Omnisphere.dll is exactly the same as yours, and it's working fine for me in Win 10. 64bit v1903.

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