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+1 this is a no brainer really. I’m surprised that it hasn’t been implemented yet as this thread is not the first on the topic. It would be a very good feature to add ASAP for buyers.
Congrats Steve! Well deserved, mate. May much dolla rain down on you
Great idea, Antonio. I’m in too if Envato want to make this happen.
Seems like Spectrasonics underestimated how much bandwidth they needed on launch day. I know Graham was able to snag a download, but on starting the day in Melbourne I was greeted with this screen…
Any one got it up and running yet? I set aside the afternoon today to have a play with it but looks like we’ll be waiting a little longer.
15 hours and counting… I cannot wait to play with Omni 2. So many great, new and useful features. I love the ability to retain elements (arp, fx, modulation etc) from a sound source when browsing the library. Also sound match feature will be very handy. Audio import into granular engine is stunning. So many ways to make Omni 2 sound unique to each composer.
I’m sad to see that the process is actually very biased. Yep.
There are authors that made a first good impression, and those get approved even if their files are… less standard, and authors that made a less impressive first impression and their files are constantly rejected.
A friend of mine send me a composition as MIDI, I was using same instruments that I used on one of my latest tracks and I was using a very similar mixing concept. The tracks, his and mine are quite similar as orchestration, feel and mixing. His track got rejected, mine got approved. Again I say, same instruments used. Explanation to him? low quality instruments… if 11 people are THAT much biased, then…
Hi Mihai – I don’t see how you can accuse reviewers of bias based on one example. There are many top composers who have had tracks either soft or hard rejected so I think you’re drawing a long bow on this one. Adrien carefully explained the review process and the unavoidable element of subjectivity when one is evaluating art vs commerce. I don’t think reviewers are biased against one author vs another. There are many factors influencing an individual reviewer’s decision to approve or reject borderline tracks and it won’t always be the same as another reviewer’s opinion.
I’m ready. Good news for those that own Omni, Trilion and RMX that the upgrade will only set us back $200. From what I see of Omni 2, it’s a small price to pay for the countless hours of fun we will all have exploring this beast. I am counting down the days…