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Overview

The Browsers » Edit Tags » Overview

The Overview area displays all of the ASSIGNMENTS for each Attribute Type. Reset All The “RESET ALL” button in the Overview area will clear all ASSIGNMENTS for all Attribute Types. If this button was selected accidentally, the RESET can be undone by…

Mini-Browser Overview

The Browsers » Mini-Browser Overview

The Mini-Browser lets you browse and edit sounds without switching pages. It is displayed in the left-most area of the Omnisphere interface and provides convenient Patch and Multi browsing with the Omnisphere controls still easily accessible. Mini-Browsers are…

Full Browser Overview

The Browsers » Full Browser Overview

NOTE: When using Satellite Instruments inside Omnisphere, its Soundsources, Patches, and Multis will also display unique images which identify the instrument or feel of the selected sound. When you open a Keyscape or Trilian Patch in Omnisphere, the Custom…

The Browsers

The Browsers

Omnisphere ships with a large library of sounds, so it requires sophisticated search, filtering and browsing capabilities. The Browsers in Omnisphere were designed to provide an intuitive and convenient way to quickly find exactly what you need from a library…

Browsing Patches and Multis

Concepts » Omni TR » Browsing Patches and Multis

Omni TR gives you the convenience of browsing Omnisphere Patches and Multis remotely from your iPad. Browsing Multis You can browse Multis from every page in Omni TR. Touch the folder icon to the left of the “Browse Multis” display to reveal a list…

Assignments

The Browsers » Edit Tags » Assignments

The ASSIGNMENTS column displays a list of Tags that can be added to an Attribute Type.These are typically descriptive words or labels, and will change depending on the Attribute Type selected. When you add an ASSIGNMENT to a sound using the ASSIGNMENTS column, it…

Layers View

The Main Page » Layers View

The LAYERS view provides the names and a visual representation of the Waveforms or Soundsources that make up the Patch, along with Volume faders for each Layer. You can click on the Layer labels (A / B C / D) to turn that Layer ON / OFF. Clicking on the waveform…

Multi Display

Concepts » The Header » Multi Display

This part of the Header contains the Multi Name Display, Multi Steppers, and a Folder icon for access to the Multi Browser. Selecting the Folder icon, or anywhere inside the Multi Name Display, will open the Multi Browser. After a MULTI has been loaded, the name of…

The Mixer

The Mixer

The MIXER page provides a complete overview of all the Parts in a MULTI. All eight Parts are displayed in a traditional eight-channel mixer layout, with each Part having the following adjustable settings: MIDI Channel Output Channel MUTE and SOLO Patch Name…

Browsing Sounds

Sonic Extensions » Browsing Sounds

Browsing and selecting Sonic Extensions sounds works in the same way it does in Omnisphere. Select a Sonic Extension from the Sonic Extensions Directory. Patches are available for browsing on the left in the Mini-Browser, where you can select them with your…

Filters

The Layer Pages » Filters

The Filter is a key component of subtractive synthesis. It’s designed to remove frequencies from a sound, thus changing and enhancing sonic character. Filters typically consist of a cutoff control, which sets which frequencies are reduced or removed, and a…

Modulation

The Layer Pages » Modulation

Modulation is the method used in synths for adding richness and variety to a sound in real-time by adding motion and complexity. Simply put, modulation is any source affects a target parameter in some way. The most common form of modulation in all synthesizers…

The Header

Concepts » The Header

The top area of the Omnisphere interface is the Header. The Header is visible from any page in Omnisphere (except when any Full Browser is open) and is the primary navigation area of the interface. The Header contains the Utility Menu, Multi Information, (including…

Omni TR – Getting Started

Concepts » Omni TR » Omni TR – Getting Started

Omni TR brings Omnisphere’s interactive features closer to the music creation process by letting you create setups and modify sounds very quickly. Your fingers can activate patches, tweak filters, re-mix, bend, and spin amazing performance possibilities from the…

Velocity Curve Zoom

The Main Page » Velocity Curve » Velocity Curve Zoom

Clicking the Zoom icon next to the different Velocity Curve presets opens the VELOCITY CURVE ZOOM. This page provides detailed controls to modify the velocity curve of a Patch. The Velocity curve settings are global to the Part—meaning they will be applied to…

QuickStart

Getting Started » QuickStart

This QuickStart provides an overview of the essential things you’ill need to know in order to get started using Omnisphere. Omnisphere is a powerful software instrument and can be run as a standalone application or hosted in any software DAW. Omnisphere…

Mod Matrix Zoom

The Layer Pages » Modulation » Mod Matrix Zoom

Selecting the Zoom icon on the Modulation header will open the MOD MATRIX ZOOM view. This view offers precise control over all of the modulation routings in the Patch. The advantage of this zoom view is that the many routings can be displayed for editing…

Type

The Layer Pages » Filters » Filter Zoom » Type

The Filter Type menu allows you to select the Filter algorithm to be used in FILTER 1 or FILTER 2. Omnisphere comes with a wide range of filter types. Each of the two stereo filters has the same thirty-four types available. Because of the flexible Dual-Filter…