Yo what’s good fam!
So, I wanted to show off some stuff from Omnisphere but not in a traditional “review” sort of way.
I have had this instrument for a few years….and I use it often.
I will preface this by saying I’m FULLY biased when it comes to Omnisphere.
I think it’s the single best instrument a person can have…so it goes without saying I give this 5 out of 5.
But what I want to do instead, is explore different parts of the instrument, from the sounds, to the editing abilities.
One thing I notice when Omnisphere is the topic of conversation, many think it’s JUST about “synths and floaty pad stuffs”
This is not true….though it does that stuff VERY WELL.
So today I want to show some of the more traditional and acoustic presets inside of the library.
let’s get it on!
What is Omnisphere?
It’s a super duper, mega awesome, bring a tear to your eyes orgasmic sound workstation….
Ok…I got a little carried away
Spectrasonics calls it a “Power Synth”…which it is, and more.
I will call it an “Exploration-Station” (thanks to Spectrasonics for this term)…it’s got synths, it’s got samples, it’s got oscillators, it’s got modulation, it’s got filters it’s got performance features, and it’s got fx…its even got it’s own Orb….yes….an Orb (more on that later)
Very often I use only Omnisphere to complete tracks…outside of adding my own drums.
But what I REALLY dig about it, outside of the awesome sound design by Eric Persing and his team of ninja sound manipulators, is the fact that this powerful synth is really simple to use and tweak.
- content: 40+ GB of pure awesomeness!!!
- format: vst, au, rtas
- price: $499
Stay tuned for more videos showing the various parts of Omnisphere, more sounds, controls, and whatever else cool stuff I want to show off.
Also, make sure you check the Spectrasonics website, they have a ton of great videos and information: http://www.spectrasonics.net/products/omnisphere.php