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Spectrasonics has released updates for Omnisphere: Omnisphere Software v1.0.3f, Omnisphere Patch Library v1.0.3 and Omnisphere Soundsource Library 1.0.2.


Omnisphere Software v1.0.3f

Includes:
  • Support for the 1.0.3 Patch Library.

Fixes for the following:
  • Thumbnail images for small soundsources don’t always update properly on Windows.
  • Graphics artifacts when stepping through soundsources while details are displayed.
  • MIDI learn clone and omni don’t work with note MIDI learn.
  • First arpeggiator note doesn’t always trigger when looping in host.
  • Problem with deep FM in synth mode when playing in a high register.
  • Chorus echo noise at high sample rates and when changing tempo.
  • Live touch mode for MIDI CC not working properly.
  • Clicking in Radio Delay effect.
  • Multis saved in Live mode would sometimes open in Stack mode.

Omnisphere Patch Library v1.0.3 Update
  • Over 2000 new Omnisphere patches.
  • Major reorganization of Factory Patch Library*.
  • Improved Categories/Tagging to make locating sounds easier.
  • “Type” attributes added for all categories.
  • Expanded edition of Omnisphere Reference Guide.
  • Numerous enhancements to the Patch Library.

Installs the following:
  • Omnisphere Patch Library 1.0.3.
  • Re-organized Atmosphere Patch Library.
  • Taste of Omnisphere demo library.
  • Reference Guide 1.0b.
  • Fixes for broken patches.
  • Latest factory default multi.

Omnisphere Soundsource Library v1.0.2
  • Adds a fix for “Titanium Resonance Piano” Soundsource (updated version called “Titanium Resonator Piano”).
  • Adds a fix for “Toy Spoke Piano” Soundsource (updated version called “Toy Spokes Piano”).
  • Fixes loading problems with Distortion category.
  • Adds more soundsources to Human Voices and Synthesizers categories for Atmosphere patch compatibility.

For more info, check out www.spectrasonics.net.
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