Back at NAMM 2019, Spectrasonics announced another big update for its Omnisphere software Synthesizer plugin.
Today, the company announced the official release of v2.6 with major new features like a brand new arpeggiator, new hardware profiles and 600 new presets including sounds from the legendary Roland D-50 Synthesizer. No wonder Eric Persing founder of Spectrasonics programmed the sounds of the D-50 back then.
We are excited to announce that version 2.6 of our flagship software synthesizer Omnisphere® is now available! Version 2.6 adds major new enhancements to Omnisphere’s Arpeggiator and dramatically expands the innovative Hardware Synth Integration feature with full support for over 65 Hardware Synths!
The new update more than doubles the number of profiles and adds support for such iconic synths as the Roland Juno-106, Super Jupiter, Alesis Andromeda and the Roland D-50. The v2.6 update adds 600 brand new patches and is FREE for all registered Omnisphere 2 users.
Omnisphere 2.6 features a newly expanded “Hardware Library” with 600 new patches created by Eric Persing and our acclaimed Spectrasonics Sound Development team. Notably, the update takes Eric’s classic sound design work from the original 1987 Roland D-50 into completely new sonic territory with Omnisphere’s vast synthesis capabilities.
Spectrasonics Omnisphere 2.6 update is free of charge for existing customers of Omnisphere 2. New users can purchase O2 for $499 USD /399€ ex. VAT where applicable.
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