Once you start thinking about Keyscape instruments as Omnisphere sources, all kinds of possibilities open up. I have those and consider them among the best. If your computer can handle it, you can stack up to 8 Keyscape and Omnisphere instruments. A Custom Rhodes back in the day and this patch sounds no way as good as the one I had. Here we see a Keyscape instrument alongside seven Omnisphere patches.
Instead of cleaning up all the quirks and noises they make, Spectrasonics sound designers made sure to closely capture them since they are big part of their vibe. It has already become a go-to instrument for both recording and live performance. Just my thoughts though, someone else might love it cough alan walker cough but I am not a fan. Others imagined orchestral, vocal or percussion instruments. This looks amazing especially for the electric keyboards which seems to be a must have. I use the synths and the rompler presets, mix things together and save my own multi-patches for later.
In fact, the only commonality among them is that they all have keys. Strange, but I like it a lot. I'm probably going to get a new desktop within a year and it will undoubtedly get used more often then. Think of all the money you'll save not buying all those other synth packages you've been looking at! Even the newer Pianotec 6 has come a long way to sounding like a sampled piano but plays better. In the end, I decided I wanted a one-stop-shop to use to design sounds - and Omnisphere's multi mode really caught my attention. And of course the awesome new 2. They are not very unique and since customization is minimal you are stuck with it.
For additional options and international shipping,. The Heart Of The Matter Keyscape offers a highly modified Yamaha C7, with custom hammers, specialized felts, and a lot of shaping: It does not sound like the cliché, bright pop-piano so many think of. Nexus with the right expansions gets you the desired sound, if you are after commercial edm sound. They are also a mixed bag with the effects and presets where Keyscape has good usable effects and some well done presets to start from. As every other version here lets me use tons of instances. They are due to drop a bombshell, Erics a smart guy Since getting Maschine when it first came out and havng Komplete I'm mostlng in the N.
It's not just the sound sources that shine here. It also has a pretty decent synth engine tacked on with some solid presets but I'd argue that nobody really buys it for that, although it makes it easy to create unique sounds once you combine the synth with the sample sources. When the string instead kind of shimmies back and forth along its length, as if you stretched a spring and then while it is immobilized at both ends you grabbed it in the middle, pulled it along its axis and then released it, that's called a longitudinal mode wave motion, which is much higher in frequency than the fundamental or lower transverse modes. Also, if you happen to own one instrument and not the other, the value of purchasing the one you don't currently own which is likely a big reason why this library was designed in the first place just doubled. I would like to know what everyone else thinks between the two. The list of things I wish were added or improved is small and none of them got in the way of my enjoyment and inspiration.
The 140B is wonderfully gritty and works well for soulful and bluesy playing. The Rhodes are a small but noticeable step up in realism to other libraries imo. While you have decent sound-shaping controls, there are some parameters I wish we had more control over. It Takes Two… Duos, which combine Patches, show off the sound-design skills of the Spectrasonics crew. I found myself switching over to the full version for my laptop after a single day and dumping some older sample libraries to make room for this monster. But no, seriously, it sounds pretty cool. Fortunately, it was a painless switch to the full install, requiring only to re-run the installer.
Search the subreddit and before making a post. Before pulling the trigger, make sure your computer can handle Omnisphere. Imo, both products are somewhat overrated probably because of the price - expensive should be good. The fact that you could access the Keyscape preset and sample library from inside of Omnisphere 2 has always been a plus, because Omnisphere 2 is also amongst our top ways of making cool sounds. The strings in Komplete aren't bad, pianos likewise, but beyond that it's a bit lacking.
Also ,Im aware of the concept that large files take longer to load; again, thanks for attempting relevant input. Having met the develpoer ,Eric Pershing and knowing his background , I'm sure they'll get current issues worked out; its just been a long ,long time. Many pianos have bass strings with both of these problems this includes very fine and expensive pianos. I turn to Massive as a first call synth these days with Razor and Absynth as alternatives. I have those and consider them among the best. Keyscape is a virtual instrument collection of carefully curated keyboard instruments—from obvious and essential choices to historical rarities and unique offerings.