I mean Komplete has more than i think you need. Omnisphere has precisely what I am wanting to do at the moment. Is Omnisphere the out-of-this-world synth everyone says it is? I would like to know what everyone else thinks between the two. This library introduces a completely new specifically designed for the new 2. Anyways, with all that said, I sure am glad that I have both of these. Infringing posts will be removed, and the poster will receive a one+ day ban at the moderating team's discretion. I thought maybe I missed something.
. Strings wise, like I mentioned in my original comment, the Symphony series are a bit lacking in terms of realism specially because of the lack of round robin variations but at least the quality is pretty top notch. There are ways to engage in a conversation, and even disagree, while remaining a civil, reasonable human being. For me, Omnisphere is the best thing ever. Only thing realy missing is the drums ala Battery. It is a computerized tool that is in a position to replicate the sound of this various musical instrument.
It has everything you need including bass and lead sounds as well, in fact I played with it to create electro tracks with it exclusively. . Sure thing, forum peace-maker guy. It hasnt had an update in 2 years and I expect Spectrasonics will address issues as I said before Dont understand why some folks need to lash out just because people relate their experiences. I figure one or two here might share my mania, and have some wise words for me. Even if you're not into programming, Omnisphere currently has over 14,000 factory patches, and there are third-party soundbanks galore to add if you want to expand your palette further.
Spectrasonics has no forum and contacting customer service works but they just run you around until you give up. If your post is calling someone out for something, it's probably not appropriate here. You're talking about two different worlds here, big ones. So its not a matter of merely wanting Omnisphere; only one in ten of us doesn't. It hasnt had an update in 2 years and I expect Spectrasonics will address issues as I said before Dont understand why some folks need to lash out just because people relate their experiences. With Omnisphere 2 Omnisphere 2.
My vote is Komplete because personally I'd take Reaktor alone over Omnisphere. As said, its a super powerful synth thats 8 part multi timbral and ,for a midi guitarist, has a Live mode that exactly fits guitar. Omnisphere and Trilian would be an amazing package but you better have deep pockets and a ton of spare hard disk space to consider this. And then party at my house! Sometimes you can find someone selling an old version of Komplete, and use that license to upgrade to the latest at a huge savings. Such beautiful Patches, awesome Multies to go all the ways you want…very nice Art Work and if this was not enough…there are hundreds and hundreds of extremly useful presets for all your Arp Envelope ….
There are other things I want because I like them but since buying Maschine + Komplete 9 I haven't felt like I really wanted anything new outside of maybe Maschine expansions. Same kind of easy to use layout as massive but a lot more versatile. Komplete 11 is filled with a wider range of plugins and there are a few awesome third party Kontakt libraries I'm interested in whereas Omnisphere I can get creative with designing my own sounds from both library sounds and samples. This an award-winning program software. The answer is pretty easy here.
You can load in your own audio modulate the crap out of it. Like some people in this thread I didn't like Omnisphere 2 either. A patch can have up to 10 oscillators and each oscillator can have its own wavetable, so you can see how complex you can get in your sound designing. Best, Geoff How much overkill can you live with? Having met the develpoer ,Eric Pershing and knowing his background , I'm sure they'll get current issues worked out; its just been a long ,long time. Imo, it's one of its selling points - I'd suggest watching some YouTube vids by Plugin Guru where he talks about designing his patches for Omnisphere using multi mode.
What it lacks is basic instrument sampling. Omisphere 2 focuses more on experimental instruments while Komplete Ultimate focuses more on cinematic stuff. It would probably be better to compare Omnisphere with Absynth and Alchemy. It's a silly comparison simply because they are both just so good -- you can't go wrong either way. Omnisphere may come with some outstanding sounds out of the box but you can load in your own samples in Alchemy and Absynth which isn't possible with Omnisphere and kind of reduces your sound design options.
Spectrasonics Omnisphere Crack — would be the very best tool you could ever find online. Also ,Im aware of the concept that large files take longer to load; again, thanks for attempting relevant input. I aim to make that a reality before too long. All files are tagged with detailed tagging derived direct from Omnisphere and sound previews for all presets. Omnisphere covers a lot of bases well, but its core value is its uniqueness. As for better overall product, that's obviously Komplete since it has a ton of other things while Omnisphere is just a synth.
Collab calls should go in the Collaboration Thread. It depends on what you already have too. The presets don't always do it justice. However Komplete is a monster bundle package - Insane values nonetheless. Komplete is a mix of preset machine and something to dive into and edit. As a general all purpose synth for pads and ambiance, omnisphere is incredible, but again, its scope is limited, which could be easily filled by a few libraries for kontakt, or absynth if you buy komplete 7. I haven't had any trouble with U-He and Native Instruments, but this one was heavy! I have Komplete 9 standard and I feel like I have everything I need to make music.