One of the things about installing a massive sound library like the one that comes with Spectrasonics Omnisphere 2, Trillian or Stylus RMX, is the feeding of DVDs into the system to ingest the massive number of sound files. Additionally with DVD drives now absent from many ultraportable, but still powerful laptops, its a thorny problem.
Spectrasonics have now announced that from this day forth, all boxed Spectrasonics products will come with credit card sized USB drives with all associated content, and all will also be available as direct downloads when bought online through the Spectrasonics store.
Existing customers who want the same convenience as the new editions can also purchase the new USB drives for the instruments they already own, or for a nominal fee purchase full downloads of their current instruments as an 'Additional Download' for fast and easy installations 24/7 worldwide. These "Support Services" options for existing users are available exclusively in Spectrasonics webstore/techshop: www.spectrasonics.net/sales/techshop
More good news - all three current versions of Omnisphere 2, Trillian and Stylus RMS also now working under Apple's much aligned EL CAPITAN OS X - or El Crapitan as many have dubbed it. Of course, if you are running these from a DAW host, be sure to check out that it supports it too.
We sat down with Rob to discuss the creative process and what lead him to using a modular