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Old 10-20-2021, 03:07 PM
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Default Spectrasonic Sonic Extensions

For Omnisphere

https://www.sonicextensions.com/
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Default Re: Spectrasonic Sonic Extensions

This looks really cool. In a way, its like rack extensions for Reason. I suspect these extensions are set up like the Combinator might be in Reason and the front end controls are preassigned to specific parameters within Omnisphere. You should watch the short video on the Seismic Shock extension. He went to a chamber with NASA where they create the loudest sound in the world to test rockets to get his raw material. Its pretty amazing!

It appears they were very creative in finding unique sonic sources...something Eric Persing has always been a master at. Its one of the many things I've always enjoyed about Omnisphere.

I'll have to pick a couple of these up...but first major computer upgrade. My current system is already maxed out on CPU...this new stuff will probably kill it!
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Default Re: Spectrasonic Sonic Extensions

I agree Donald.



This is interesting too.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPZkkFTh2y0&t=1140s
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