Audition Auto Play
When enabled, every time a Multi, Patch, or Soundsource is selected in the Browser, the Audition Note will sound for the length of time determined by the Audition Note Length.
This is useful for browsing sounds using the Browser Steppers as it allows rapid auditioning of multiple sounds.
NOTE: Audition Auto Play will reset each time Omnisphere is loaded.
Audition Auto-Play Note
Determines the pitch of the single note that will be played with Audition Auto-Play enabled.
Range C-1 to B8
NOTE: This setting also affects the pitch of the Audition Buttons in the Browser and on the Part pages.
Audition Auto-Play Note Length
When Audition Auto-Play is enabled and a sound is selected, it will play for a limited amount of time. This setting determines how long the auditioned sound will play.
Range 1 to 9 seconds
Omnisphere’s Progressive Loading allows sounds (even those with thousands of samples!) to be played and auditioned while they are still being loaded.
When enabled, the Browser Filters will retain their current Attribute selections when another Part or Layer is selected. This is useful when browsing a large number of Soundsources – the Attribute selections for Layer A and Layer B will remain the same as you move between Layers and across different Parts.
For example, if you need to create a Multi and only want to check Soundsources in the “Textures” Category, set the first Part to view only the Textures category, All the subsequent Parts will open with the Textures category selected.
Category Sensitive Attributes
If Category Sensitive Attributes is enabled (the default state), then the different Attributes columns may change when a new Category is selected. This ensures that the context of the Attributes matches the Category. If this setting is disabled, the Attributes columns will remain static as you change Categories.
Mini-Browser Up/Down Arrow Keys
You can use the Up/Down arrow keys on a QWERTY keyboard to navigate through Patches in Omnisphere’s Mini-Browser.