Spectrasonics Updates Trilian, Omnisphere

Version 1.2 Adds 64-Bit Support On Mac OS X, New Filter Algorithms      25/02/10
Spectrasonics Updates Trilian, Omnisphere


Spectrasonics has released version 1.2 of Trilian and Omnisphere, adding 64-bit support on Mac OS X, updated filters and more.

Features of Version 1.2:

  • 64-bit native support with Mac OSX 64-bit hosts
  • 32-bit Sample File Server – more memory access in 32-bit systems (Mac only)
  • New Browser "Favorites" system with star ratings
  • "Projects" quick tagging for easy sound organization
  • New "Juicy" and "Power" synthesizer filter algorithms
  • Triplets and Dotted values in Arpeggiator
  • Numerous compatibility and support improvements
  • [Omnisphere] Support for "Omni Live" remote control iPhone App (Mac only)

Other changes include additional patches, presets and updated reference guides.

Pricing and Availability

The updates are available to download for registered users.

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2 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
DJ Sean Sax    Said...

I have Trillian, Omnisphere and Stylus. You will not find a better company selling better product with better support ANYWHERE. In a world where companies want you to pay for every upgrade you get (to fix the flaws in the software THEY made) Spectrasonics is a good example of how a compnay should treat its customers. As you can see, they have gained my customer loyalty :-)

25-Feb-10 11:55 AM


paultc    Said...

In earlier times the support was much better. My last question took 2 weeks for an answer, and now after 7 weeks still no help, i found the solution on my own. This is the support today. Sorry, ...but that´s the way it is, and i´m a very long term customer.

28-Feb-10 02:54 AM


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