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MichalskiMusic says

I just picked up Omnisphere (along with Trillian) and it quickly became a “go-to”. I also have Alchemy and I don’t think I would want to choose between the two at this point. Both have their place.

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gballx says

Alchemy is great – Rob Papen Explorer II is just fabulous! :)

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gballx says

I just picked up Omnisphere (along with Trillian) and it quickly became a “go-to”. I also have Alchemy and I don’t think I would want to choose between the two at this point. Both have their place.
Trillian is awesome since it contains all the great Spectrasonics bass sample libraries which I had on Roland CD-ROM. Roland samplers…....happy times – the best filters known to mankind. Spectrasonics/Eric Persing are gifts from the Gods. ! :)
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JohnMcNeill says

I doesn’t. It costs too much. And it’s so large. I don’t like big complex thing

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marb67 says

There seems to be more of a balanced view now so I think I will look around and yes I do have the free version of alchemy which isn’t half bad. Zebra is also very good. Much deeper editing than omniasphere. The native instruments synths are very unique sounding too. Fair play to Eric persing though, he has always been on the cutting edge of sound design. I still hate the distorted reality sample cd I bought way back in 1997.

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IF_Music says
I very like SynthMaster, excellent synth! http://www.kv331audio.com/
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lucafrancini Reviewer says

One of my best purchases :)

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LumenMedia says
What you mean – Omnisphere as your best purchase or SynthMaster?

One of my best purchases :)
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lucafrancini Reviewer says

I mean Omnisphere :)

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fraserpurdie says

I love Omnisphere, just finished a soundtrack for a short and used it for about 90% of the score, loaded 3 instances into the sequencer and still ran really smoothly. I think its great for electronic / synth and atmospheres / FX :)

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