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Spectrasonics Omnisphere 1.5 w/ "The Orb"
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  • Spectrasonics Omnisphere 1.5 w/ "The Orb"Published on 02/05/12 at 14:06
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    proper installation a bit long as the computer and the speed of transfer dvd to hard disk, otherwise installation easy, a little advice, first register on the site Spectrasonic, then download the update,
    dvd install more updates, then run the program with your host as sonar, it will ask for your serial key that is in the manual it will give you a code and then copy the direction your account to be allowed, it is not difficult, it ends the restart everything ...
    Last point a little defragmentation is not an evil and install software in administrator mode ...
    The manual not really need, use the doc via their website, and translate via google or another (firefox does it very well) .........
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    proper installation a bit long as the computer and the speed of transfer dvd to hard disk, otherwise installation easy, a little advice, first register on the site Spectrasonic, then download the update,
    dvd install more updates, then run the program with your host as sonar, it will ask for your serial key that is in the manual it will give you a code and then copy the direction your account to be allowed, it is not difficult, it ends the restart everything ...
    Last point a little defragmentation is not an evil and install software in administrator mode ...
    The manual not really need, use the doc via their website, and translate via google or another (firefox does it very well) ...

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    this software is on a pc intel core E7200, 4GB DDR2 RAM and it runs fine if you charge too much the beast, but the ideal would be a good mac pro with a minimum of 8 GB of ram and it is perfect ...
    The performance is good if the computer is good

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just have not absolute control of the beast, but know that it is for the creation of very good stuff, here's an example:

    it is far from perfect I started with this software ....
    But in my creation that opens up to me over the side of his work is excellent for me, anything is possible with this software is a VST
    Taken tip top quality ...
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