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EPSIL@N EPSIL@N

«  No Touch Limit »

Publié le 05/24/11 à 01:38
Hyper simple

All you need is a simple wireless network.

You must have version 1.5 of Omnisphere to activate the TR connection in the menu system.

Then you download the application via the iPad, free.

You throw, you press "Connect", then it recognizes your wireless network, you tap it and presto you're a touch interface Omni TR (TR = Remote Touch) that allows you to control a simple Omnipshere fingers more ^ ^

You will need:

- A WiFi network
- A PC with 1.5 Omnipshere
- A IPAD (1 or 2)
- Omni TR downloadable application on the Apple

and eventually the fingers;)

You can control most settings Omnipshere, the interface of this application is excellent!
The Orb you can already see in version 1.5 is excellent control of the finger, again, many functions and tools have been added compared to version 1.5 of Omnipshere.

This proves that IPAD can become a relevant élémennt chain Home Studio, thoughtful, rich in its features and settings, very fun and easy to use, for insane live performances, this free application is just awesome!

Ps: A little video?
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