Spectrasonic´s Omnisphere 2.0 Power Synth delivers out of this world sounds.
It´s been a long time coming, and for many the wait was almost too long to bear. Finally, a plugin that has shaped the dance music production scene has been revamped and is out to conquer all. Omnisphere 2.0 from Spectrasonics was officially released a few months ago and this eagerly-awaited soft synth has already taken its place at the top of the pile. Not many soft synths can come near to the sonic capabilities of Omnisphere 2.0 or deliver the performance that makes this one of the most powerful music creation products in the market place.
Spectrasonics have always released pretty sturdy and robust virtual synthesizers, from back in the day when it gave to the world Atmosphere the forerunner to Omnisphere, Stylus a powerful groove synth that has featured on many a dance floor filler and Trilogy a truly impressive Bass synthesizer that has torn apart many bass-bins in its time. All these three soft synths were unleashed to the masses in 2002 and reined supreme for an eternity. But as with alltop-flight operations, Spectrasonics didn´t leave it there and throughout the years continued to develop their virtual instruments and technologies to the point where they unveiled the updated versions of these soft synths. Welcome Stylus RMX, Trillian and Omnisphere: these three products improved on their original versions, a feat most thought couldn´t be possible, and once again Spectrasonics led the pack in terms of powerful virtual instruments. Now after all that success, they´ve only gone and done it again with the release of Omnisphere 2.0 — aptly named Power Synth. The name itself just doesn´t do it justice; Omnisphere 2.0 has to be one of the most powerful soft synths on the planet The depth and body of the sounds on offer are simply breathtaking. It´s a true synth-player´s dream; sound sculptors and anyone who is into the sound design element of the dance music scene will simply be in awe of what Omnisphere 2.0 delivers.