Groove3 – Omnisphere 2 Explained [Update 2.6]

Eli Krantzberg returns with the most comprehensive video tutorial series on Spectrasonic’s flagship virtual instrument, Omnisphere 2. In this comprehensive series, Eli covers every aspect of this powerful and versatile instrument, as well as teaching you how to use it creatively!
Updated for v2.6, Eli begins with working with the library, exploring the Browser, How To Search, Filter Your Search, Load Sounds, Import Audio, and Work With Projects. From there, Eli dives into working with the Synth Engine, going deep into Layers, Oscillators, Sample Mode, Synthesis Controls, and the various Modes.
Next, Eli details the Filter and Modulation options, including all your options for Animating Your Sounds and Working With Effects. Finally, Eli covers Multi-Timbral Mode, Stack Mode, Latch & Trigger Modes, Live Modes, and Optimizing System Performance.
Eli shows you all about the improved sharing features that let you share Patches, Multis, Sound Sources, and Audio from the Mini or Full Browser. Then Eli takes you through the Publishing Libraries, and you’ll explore how and where to Create Your Own Library and Category Folders, as well as how to Add Images and Publish Your Library.
Also, Eli has created in-depth videos for the specific update features and functions included with versions 2.1, 2.5 and 2.6, so you can be sure the info you’re getting is up to date.
Spectrasonics Omnisphere 2 is one of the deepest virtual instruments available today, and if you’re just getting started or a power user looking for expert tips, this is what the doctor ordered … Watch “Omnisphere 2 Explained® today!”


Sample files : not available
Video format : MP4
Video : MPEG-4 AVC, 1600x900p / 1920x1080p, 30fps, (16: 9), ~ 600 kb / s
Audio : AAC LC, 44.1kHz, 2 channels, ~ 245kb / s, stereo

Add. Information : For this video course I have created subtitles in .srt format using Autosub 0.3.12 and Google Speech Recognition API. I warn you Autosub creates subtitles based on the voice in the video and does it quite well, reaching up to 95% in ideal conditions, but the voice of the announcer in this course is quite lisping, so the subtitles in some places have errors of what the announcer of this course wanted to convey.
There are both English and Russian subtitles, Russian subtitles are created using the Google Translate API.

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