To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. I use the synths and the rompler presets, mix things together and save my own multi-patches for later. Don't get me wrong, though! If you have that powerful of a machine though, I'd just pick up Omni. 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. These are the sounds—not sound-a-likes—that grace top productions from every corner of the electronic music world. Recurring Threads : Get feedback on your latest track, but make sure to give some too! The effects rack is more expansive than any other synthesizer or sample library on the market.
They find a patch in Sylenth and call it a day. Nexus has commercially polished, unmodifiable presets that are really standard stuff but perfect for layering and laying down ideas quick. Serum may have a more flexible wavetable engine and deeper sound design capabilities with the wavetable editor, formulas and additive engine. No flame wars, disrespect, condescension based on level of experience, or tactless posts stereotyping any group of people will be tolerated. Along with Diva, those two are used in all of my productions. 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. I'm probably going to get a new desktop within a year and it will undoubtedly get used more often then.
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 has pianos, for example, but they're special pianos -- like a piano sampled while it was literally on fire. Nexus is a toy compared to Omnisphere. I thought maybe I missed something. So use your own discretion with that.
Omnisphere has a huge library of eclectic sound sources, atmospheres, ambient textures, percussion, weird instruments, and so on. Additionally, you can add your own sounds and use those as oscillators or mangle them in the granular synthesis section. Vintage effects like echoes, choruses and compressors as well as various reverb types are included. Which one is better for what I want to make? And it's not the gear, it's the ear. I just found it funny that I took a position in support of Omnisphere, and you argued so vehemently against me.
Search the subreddit and before making a post. Highly, highly recommended to anyone who feels like they're 'missing something' with their productions. Sure, it's a big money sinkhole your library will keep growing and growing but it's unlike anything else, the highest quality sample libraries available today hands down. It is a perfect set of musical instruments which give all type of plugin which you can use in your simplified software. Browse through some presets and do your thing. All of the best producers and composers have enormous Kontakt libraries that they've been building up.
For me the buy in to the Spectrasonics world started with Stylus. It is however insanely overpriced for what it is taking into account all the expansions. But if you like a cross over between not only great sounding synths but organic sounds, pads, distorted, and the list goes on and on. They do this by continuing to re-sell the same product lineup they have offered since around 2006. I like both ways of working. I think the modulation possibilities in Omnisphere are higher as opposed to Nexus.
Don't buy Nexus 2 Nexus 2 is more expensive because of all the expansions you need to make it even usable. Mods will not look at the content of the post before the removal. It's rare that anyone who isn't into sound design will even bother to twiddle the knobs on a synth, They just browse through patches. I have used it a few times while working with other people but I haven't felt that I have to have it feeling. It will take one very rare producer in a million who finds every single one of the stock presets useful for his productions. It's really a win win for both customers and developers of the software. Is one better than the other? I mean, for 'value' or 'complete' you can get a lot of other synths which are going to give you much bigger bang for buck or euro, sterling etc.
It controls the synthesizers remotely. If you're looking for alternative sounds for your breaks and builds Omni would fit the bill. Coming from the creators of Trilian dedicated bass synth you wouldn't expect any less. Hopefully now this new improved beast synth is out they'll listen also now it needs a granulator adding haha. Every aspect of Nexus was built to produce music of the highest quality, quickly, with the least amount of fuss.