WNAMM10: Spectrasonics Updates With Mr Persing

Trillian, Omnisphere and an iPhone App      21/01/10

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20:45 mins

Eric Persing gives great demo, and we were lucky enough to be given a private audience with him while he showed off the Trilian - the bass synth that really is all about bass - both sampled and synthesized.

Check em out.

We also get a look at the 1.2 Omnisphere update which now has 7,000 patches - lordy. Lucky there's a new project based patch browser and more.

We also get a look at the Spectrasonics  iPhone App which lets you remotely switch patches, if you were to be playing an instrument without keys, such as a ZenDrum fr'instance.

 

 

 


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