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Omnisphere 2.6 is Here. New Updates Include Expanded Hardware Integration, New Creative Tools, and Much More.
Omnisphere has been updated to version 2.6. This flagship software now features even more creative tools and support for over 65 hardware synths!
The latest update to version 2.6 sees this software expand its range of hardware integration to over 65 synths. A raft of new creative tools and sounds makes this latest edition of Omnisphere even more of a powerhouse for music performance and production.
Best of all, these new features are available as a FREE update for all Omnisphere 2 users!
How Do I Get the Omnisphere 2.6 Update?
Current Omnisphere 2.5 users can simply use the "Get Updates" feature directly from the Omnisphere splash page. For earlier Omnisphere 2 users, you can download the 2.6 update from your user account. Omnisphere 1 users can upgrade to v2.6 directly for the same standard upgrade price.
Omnisphere 2.6 Hardware Synth Integration
Omnisphere 2.6 is now compatible with 65 pieces of hardware. This seamless integration is designed to blur the boundary between hardware and software. With the 2.6 release, many requested hardware synth profiles have been added. This includes new profiles for Moog, Sequential, Roland, Korg, Novation, Nord, Behringer, Access, Studiologic, and Yamaha.
Omnisphere 2.6 Arpeggiator Updates
Omnisphere 2.6 features new creative tools based around an incredibly flexible arpeggiator to spark your inspiration. Version 2.6 features new Pattern Modes, Step Dividers, Pitch Slides, as well as altered Chord Voicing and Chord Versions for each step.
An additional Arpeggiator Preset Library gives you instant access to a range of creative sounds, while the ability to capture the arpeggiator note data as a MIDI file means you can fine-tune your patterns to exactly how you require!
Omnisphere 2.6 New Sounds
A new Hardware Library gives Omnisphere 600 new patches created by Eric Persing and the Spectrasonics Sound Development team. Eric's original work on the Roland D-50 has been taken to another level with the incredible synthesis capabilities of Omnisphere.
Watch these videos featuring Eric Persing taking us through the new changes.
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By Matt WilkinsonPosted on 3 Apr 2019 16:35 to category : Instruments News
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