Better than Omnisphere?

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Re: Better than Omnisphere?

Post by beats me » Wed Nov 19, 2014 6:48 pm

rbro wrote:
Liam wrote:Absynth / Mutate etc
What is Mutate?

Its part of Absynth.

http://www.absynthtutorials.com/tutoria ... e-feature/


Man, you just shoot straight for the preset browsers. :wink:

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Re: Better than Omnisphere?

Post by Liam » Wed Nov 19, 2014 7:27 pm

rbro wrote:
Liam wrote:Absynth / Mutate etc
What is Mutate?
Absynth has a patch mutate feature.

Creates variations of a patch with often amazing results.

Look at the screen - it changes location depending which Absynth screen you are on.

If you are on the Browser screen there is a large panel at the bottom with all the Mutate options. Including retry.

Don't forget to Save the creations as you may get carried away Mutating.

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Re: Better than Omnisphere?

Post by rbro » Wed Nov 19, 2014 9:46 pm

Liam wrote:
rbro wrote:
Liam wrote:Absynth / Mutate etc
What is Mutate?
Absynth has a patch mutate feature.

Creates variations of a patch with often amazing results.

Look at the screen - it changes location depending which Absynth screen you are on.

If you are on the Browser screen there is a large panel at the bottom with all the Mutate options. Including retry.

Don't forget to Save the creations as you may get carried away Mutating.
I don't see a Mutate button. I see a Random button at the top of the screen, but that seems to bring up random presets......Oops I was looking at Alchemy :)

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Re: Better than Omnisphere?

Post by roringtonsmithe » Wed Nov 19, 2014 10:02 pm

Korg M1, STANDARD!

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Re: Better than Omnisphere?

Post by dysanfel » Thu Nov 20, 2014 1:24 am

re:dream wrote:Zebra2
+1
Gig Rig - rMBP 2.3GHZ i7, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, OSX 10.13.x, Presonus FS, Live 10.x
Home Rig - i9 eight-core Hackintosh 32GB DDR4, 2nd Generation Scarlett 18i20, ADA8000, JoeMeek SixQ, Live 10.x

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Re: Better than Omnisphere?

Post by tedlogan » Thu Nov 20, 2014 12:31 pm

dysanfel wrote:
re:dream wrote:Zebra2
+1
+ 1. You can easily create enough soundscapes and evolving pads of huge variety and high quality to keep you busy for a lifetime.

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Re: Better than Omnisphere?

Post by XSIMan » Fri Nov 21, 2014 11:22 pm

Try Zebra Oscillators though Cytomic The Drop

The Drop just got another update.
The Drop v1.0.8 (22 Nov 2014) - http://www.cytomic.com/drop
? New: Parallel and Serial processing, previously only Serial
? New: Lag mode for Envelopes
? New: Smoothing of Shift and Spread knobs with Glide, addition of Step button to bypass this smoothing
? New: Mouse wheel support for changing Hp/Lp Circuit, Lfo2 Pattern, and Lfo2 Steps
? New: Updated Manual
? Fixed: AU version not recalling parameters correctly (most evident in Live)
? Fixed: Level controls for LFO1/2 now work properly once Env1/2 finish
? Fixed: RTAS version on Win now loads properly

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