I feel that way about their OTO - needs to come down to about $30 to be worthwhile for me but would be a lot of fun even tho I cover the same territory already
Buy and sell, post special offers, group buys, etc. NOT product announcements.
- 2502 posts since 31 Jan, 2020
when does the sale go on until?
edit: oh no! it ends tonight
- 12583 posts since 22 Nov, 2000 from Southern California
Omnisphere doesn’t go on sale. I think I remember a deal where Spectrasonics’ US distributor gave away a free Omnisphere preset pack with purchase but even that I’m not sure about.
- 219 posts since 9 Mar, 2011
I tracked my purchase back to when Omnishere was released in 2008 Spectrasonics announced deep discounts for Atmosphere user, so I made sure to buy that and Omnisphere for 199. Really a go to workhorse for me and great free upgrades
- 4453 posts since 4 Aug, 2006 from Helsinki
I don’t doubt that Omnisphere is great, as a owner of Trilian (and Trilogy) and RMX.Kurdish Mayfield wrote: ↑Sun Aug 01, 2021 12:52 amI tracked my purchase back to when Omnishere was released in 2008 Spectrasonics announced deep discounts for Atmosphere user, so I made sure to buy that and Omnisphere for 199. Really a go to workhorse for me and great free upgrades
Why I have not purchased romplers such as the Omnisphere nor Falcon, is that the supply of really good synths is today vast.
If you own just 2-3 major collections in the market (e.g. Arturia, NI and UVI), these include 60+ instruments. I own these all, plus many other stuff from e.g. U-he, Korg, Knif Audio, UA.
Why to purchase huge, expensive romplers, if you have tons of great synths for all imaginable purposes?
- 3926 posts since 12 Jan, 2018
I felt the same initially, but when I bought Omnisphere 2 recently I could only regret of not having bought it earlier. This is despite having NI Komplete and V Collection among other synths. There's something special in it for sure. Works for most I guess, but as with everything, may not be for everyone.
- 296 posts since 9 Jun, 2020
Omnisphere isn't a rompler - it's got four oscillators that can load (and adjust) all the classic waveforms, plus wavetables and samples, and 12 modulation slots for each oscillator, not to mention several dozen filters. I think the GUI feels pretty dated, but it's undoubtedly a powerful synthesiser.
- 1041 posts since 10 Jan, 2018
"KORG Collection 3 release celebration sale
Up to 50% off. until Thursday, August 12, 2021."
https://www.korg.com/uk/products/softwa ... ollection/