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Postby noiseboyuk; Tue May 15, 2018 12:50 pm Re: Omnisphere 2.5: Hardware Synth Integration and double voice architecture

Seems to me that all the Roland synths use exclusively midi CCs for control, while DSI, Moog and Prophet all use NRPN at least partially. Any Roland hardware owners could see if they work in Ableton.
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Postby DocAtlas; Tue May 15, 2018 12:52 pm Re: Omnisphere 2.5: Hardware Synth Integration and double voice architecture

rupect wrote:I've had the beta all of 5 minutes, and I might be wrong, but there seems to be an easy workaround for the Ableton NRPN issue - I opened standalone, assigned the SUB37 to it, and then opened Ableton and opened Omni in Live, and presto, NRPNs are passed and even recorded in Ableton. Will keep testing and contact Spectrasonics to see what the limitations are. Very excited. This is amazing.


Not to be a d**k, but I thought that when we signed up for the beta, we agreed not to discuss anything about it during the beta period.
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Postby topaz; Tue May 15, 2018 12:54 pm Re: Omnisphere 2.5: Hardware Synth Integration and double voice architecture

I bought this up on FB and Eric liked the comment.

This is about Abletons need to support NRPN and nothing to with the beta anyhow.

DocAtlas wrote:Not to be a d**k, but I thought that when we signed up for the beta, we agreed not to discuss anything about it during the beta period.
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Postby DocAtlas; Tue May 15, 2018 2:21 pm Re: Omnisphere 2.5: Hardware Synth Integration and double voice architecture

topaz wrote:I bought this up on FB and Eric liked the comment.

This is about Abletons need to support NRPN and nothing to with the beta anyhow.

DocAtlas wrote:Not to be a d**k, but I thought that when we signed up for the beta, we agreed not to discuss anything about it during the beta period.


Just being over cautious, I guess.
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Postby epiphaneia; Fri May 18, 2018 5:35 am Re: Omnisphere 2.5: Hardware Synth Integration and double voice architecture

Is it just me and my trivial use cases or is even the first beta highly stable? No problems of any kind, no crashes here so far (I think that can be said without going against the NDA...) :phones:
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Postby noiseboyuk; Tue May 22, 2018 12:37 am Re: Omnisphere 2.5: Hardware Synth Integration and double voice architecture

This might be an interesting development for Omni 2.5

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtQ_-pw6ESY

https://www.miclop.com

General discussion on that here, linked on p4 - viewtopic.php?f=1&t=498883
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Postby beely; Tue May 22, 2018 2:49 am Re: Omnisphere 2.5: Hardware Synth Integration and double voice architecture

noiseboyuk wrote:This might be an interesting development for Omni 2.5


Who *doesn't* want "a complete virtual synthetizer"..? :hihi:

Seriously: "The synthesizer is a present we are going to give to all the kicstarter sponsors"

If they can't even get basic spelling on a website right, it doesn't really inspire confidence in a well thought out, attention-to-details experience... :dog:

At least get someone who "speaks" the language you are marketing in to give your marketing materials a once over...

However, as I seem to be mentioning more and more these days, it's good to see people investigating new approaches in the controller space... :tu: (even if it's not the product that I want...)
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