There are tons of methods and options to analyze the audio to break it apart into a number of individual waveforms. Note that the developers mention that it may not work with every as they only tested it on Renoise. And not just the beginners, but even experienced beatmakers and musicians. Older volumes can be found. However, this is very subjective, so go and see for yourself. Use the tempo-synced delay and fade-in controls to add spaced-out delays and subtle, gradual floods of sound. The Alchemy bundles do save you a great deal of money if you want to acquire the libraries in addition to the main package.
Here is a list of 33 Expansions Packs with total of 1925 presets! Also all the add on content for nexus is cool but expensive if you want it all. However, the price tag is incredibly scary. I have like 4 loops up that i worked on for 15 minutes at most to show them how to put loops together. Browse through some presets and do your thing. If the stock library doesn't come with a timbre you need, you gotta go buy it rather than simply programming it. If you do electronic music and just love synths, although i'm sure you already have a lot of synths then i guess grab this.
I like nexus its cool too, but more for grabbing a quick preset. If you are into hip hop, check out as well! And if you take time, you can tweak that to do almost anything. This is the dilemma I see so many producers face. And each person has its own workflow and its personal favorites. Massive is the synth i recommend to anyone along with sylenth who is trying to get into making synth sounds. Will not work in earlier versions.
I like sound design myself and make my own patches but don't mind just finding an inspiring sound to use if I happen to come across one. And of course Omnisphere is way more well rounded than nexus, and it does nothing to my cpu but you do have to have it fixed up, but that just goes to show much went into those sounds. I think the modulation possibilities in Omnisphere are higher as opposed to Nexus. Download links will be emailed to you immediately after purchase. If you dont know how to use effects like reverb, distortion, delay, chorus, etc.
This update features a few minor improvements and bug fixes. Omnisphere Explorer Omnisphere Explorer features 185 new Omnisphere 2 patches made entirely with Omnispheres synth engine! While the base version already has 2200+ samples, you can always expand your samples library by purchasing a pack or two. If you look at its design and functionality, you will be delighted that developers decided to update it. People seem to really like it and it has been voted 1 synth out there a few times and in the few times I have used it it has great presets but I find it doesn't offer vastly deep synthesis. Unless the person has been making music for years, their knowledge of the ins and outs and unique features of each plugin is not very deep. Look at Pharrell, he's clearly still using the same kits or keyboard pre-sets he was in the early-mid 00's. The thing is Massive is a wavetable synth anyway so I can't imagine it's that hard for it to accept samples as a source, having said that I have no idea how to program so don't burn me to hard if it is really mind blowingly difficult to do, but worth the effort.
Dig deeper and discover nightmarish drones, impacts, sweeps, robotic Sound Effects, and loads more! But there really are no tricks. Nexus will be much easier on your computer though. I used to hate going to studios and asking for tricks and getting served with answers like this. If you're looking for fresh and hot sounds to improve your ability to produce, you've come to the right place! It will take a long time to explain, and even if I actually wrote an entire guide on this, a couple of hours of tweaking around and playing with the plugin will help you understand everything a lot more in depth. Using presets with basic tweaking will not stop you whatsoever from having a unique sound no matter what the genre. Omni has countless patched like that sampled from the real machines.
So take the above as more an admission of laziness than anything. Yes It's very high in cpu. Projects are best shared as text posts. Also does anyone know if Omnisphere 2 has feedback and white noise like Massive seeing as thats the main thing I use it for? I know they are all good and have a large libraries of sounds but what sounds stand out out of these 3 the most overall. It is a software interface that emulates audio signals of musical instruments, analogue synths sound processing or effects on sound as well as recording systems of the sound. So use your own discretion with that.
Song writers tend to want sounds to work with, producers like crafting their own sounds, both are no mutually exclusive. Alchemy is one for real synth users, some complicated stuff, but the possiblities are endless with it, just like with reaktor and absynth. I hear omnisphere has some really stand out powerful presets and such, I like the Alchemy presets too in the demo but ummm anyone who uses both can give me their opinion which they would choose out of these? Those are all professional quality synths. Also if you say Nexus which expansion would be best because I don't have 3K for a vst lol. They find a patch in Sylenth and call it a day.
So due to lack of user customization and how much it costs to have all the libraries I put Omni and Alchemy far above Nexus even though Nexus does feature a quality sound engine. Moreover, there are many presets that you can actually use commercially without tweaking any knobs or faders. Has anyone had any experience with them? During the time I had them, I used both of them extensively. They find a patch in Sylenth and call it a day. Top that off with the fact a preset will sound different in different arrangements with custom eq, filter and other basic settings. I'd like to learn Logic, but I dont have time now to re-learn something else. Trillian is the best vst ive found for any bass sounds.