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Omnisphere Software 2.6 update available

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Omnisphere Software 2.6 is released, launch your Omni 2 software to conveniently start the update process.

Omnisphere Software 2.6.1e 

Includes the following features and fixes:

  • New Auto-Play feature enhancements:
    • Adds Auto-Play On/Off menu to all Browsers, located next to the Audition button.
    • When Auto-Play is On: the Audition play button now appears Blue with a Blue outline
    • When Auto-Play is Off: the Audition play button appears White with no outline
    • Auto-Play will default to On the first time that you run v2.6.1e. (You can turn Auto-Play Off and it will be saved as a user preference)
  • Enhancement: Arpeggiator is automatically disabled after user drags MIDI clip from Arp Capture action
  • Enhancement: In envelope editor, breakpoint editing of looped envelopes does not alter loop length
  • Enable mouse-wheel scrolling on mod target Bias Point note menu
  • Fixes sample rate issues in Smoke Amp, Valve Radio and Radio Delay effects
  • Adds up/down stepper arrows to Filter preset menu on Layer PageFixes issue where existing projects or MIDI learn templates that had learnings for Glide duration parameter would not load those learnings properly
  • Fixes issue where some Hardware Profiles profiles were not enabling SysEx when loading DAW project w/ HW profile
  • Fixes issue in Mod Matrix Zoom where the on/off a checkmark on the “Apply to All Layers” target menu choice was not working
  • Fixes issue wherein Hardware Profiles the “Do you need help?” popup was not working properly certain models
  • Arpeggiator: Fixes issue where “Init Arp” menu action was not working
  • Arpeggiator: Fixes issue with knob graphics on some macOS systems
  • Arpeggiator: Fixes bug where long tied notes in sequence can stop mid-note
  • Arpeggiator: Fixes note playback issues after host tempo changes
  • Arpeggiator: Fixes note playback issues when modulating Arp Speed parameter
  • Arpeggiator: Prevent arp from interfering with pitch bend unnecessarily
  • Arpeggiator: Fixes handling of tied steps when adjusting Span parameter
  • Arpeggiator: Fixes issue where captured MIDI file drag-and-drop would break in FL Studio
  • Arpeggiator: Fixes issue where notes could get stuck on due to missing Note Off eventsFixes issue with ProVerb pre-delay parameter restoring incorrectly in some DAW projectsFixes crash in REAPER DAW when loading projects with multiple plugin instancesFixes Imager effect: “Gain” knob text param display is not correct sometimes
  • Fixes issue where the Bias mod source wouldn’t incorporate Main page octave offsetsFixes “Osc Type” tag sometimes not set to correct value for patches saved in v2.5 or 2.6

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Pocket Miku: A Unique Vocal Synthesizer from Japan

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Pocket Miku A Unique Vocal Synthesizer from Japan

One of the unique things about the Pocket Miku project is that it is a vocal synthesizer that is inspired by Vocaloid Hatsune Miku (初音ミク) , and yet it is not a Vocaloid in its own right. It uses existing vocal synthesizer technology from Vocaloid 2/3/4, but then repurposes it and adds features to make it a unique vocal synthesizer in its own right.

Gakken’s “Pocket Miku”

In a ribbon synthesizer, make music, write music, and sing with the world’s most famous virtual vocaloid pop star. A stylus for playing and a 3.5mm/0.125″ output are included with this 16-key NSX-39 keyboard. Five distinct sounds are available: A – E – I – O – U, with vibrato, octave control, and volume and vowel control.

About Gakken

Gakken was established in 1946 as a Japanese publishing house. They started selling instructional toys, books, periodicals, and electrical kits in the 1970s. In Japan and the United States, their uniforms are noted for their innovative design, ease of use, and large cult following.

Vocal Synthesizer

A vocal synthesizer is a device that can generate artificial or computer-generated speech. It is usually used to create singing or other sounds that are impossible to produce with the human voice. Vocal synthesizers can be used to create sounds that are similar to the human voice, or they can create entirely new and unique sounds.

Vocal synthesizers are pieces of audio equipment specifically made to produce sounds similar to a human voice. They can be used to create sounds that are similar to a real-life voice, or they can be used to create unique sounds. These extraordinary sounds can include anything from animal noises to electronic beats. With the recent development of software and technology, vocal synthesizers have become easier to use, allowing any person to create his or her unique sounds.

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How Musicians can use a Vocal Synthesizer

A vocal synthesizer can be a powerful tool for musicians, allowing them to create and manipulate sounds that would otherwise be impossible to produce. Using various techniques, musicians can use a vocal synthesizer to develop new and unique sounds or imitate other instruments’ sounds. Vocal synthesis can create eclectic sounds, from simple melodies to complex textures.

By varying the pitch, timbre, and envelope of the sound, musicians can create infinite possibilities. By experimenting with different settings, musicians can find the perfect sound for their music. A vocal synthesizer can also be used to imitate the sounds of other instruments. By matching the pitch and timbre of the sound, musicians can create a realistic imitation of another instrument.

This can be useful for creating new textures and layers in a composition. Vocal synthesis can be a powerful and versatile tool for musicians. By experimenting with different settings, musicians can make various sounds, from simple melodies to complex textures. By matching the pitch and timbre of the sound, musicians can also create realistic imitations of other instruments.

Microcosm

Microcosm is an incredibly versatile machine that can create striking ambient effects to tight, tap-tempo synchronized rhythms. By utilizing granular sampling, delay, and looping techniques, Microcosm can take your sound and completely transform it into something new and exciting. This machine can do everything if you want to create cascading micro-loops, diffused drones, or hypnotic textures. David uses the Microcosm in his video below.

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Soviet PIF Synth: A Cute Analog Synthesizer for Children

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Soviet PIF Synth A Cute Analog Synthesizer for Children

Do you remember the good old days of Soviet Russia? If you’re a fan of analog synthesizers, then you’ll love the new Soviet PIF Synth! This adorable little synth is perfect for children, and it comes with a FREE sample library that will give you hours of fun!

Soviet PIF Synth

These colorful little synths were clearly designed with children in mind. They are small and lightweight, making them easy to carry around. The controls are large and brightly colored, making them easy to use. And the sound quality is surprisingly good for such a small and inexpensive instrument.

The Pif was produced from roughly 1989-1993 in a city called Ромны in Ukraine. The factory that produced them, Роменский завод АТС, specialized in industrial telephone equipment, but also made several consumer products including this synthesizer.

Despite their child-friendly design, the Pif synths are capable of producing a wide range of sounds, from energetic dance beats to atmospheric pads to serene melodies. Thanks to their affordability and portability, the Pif synths remain popular among musicians of all ages.

Soviet PIF Synth: A Cute Analog Synthesizer for Children
Soviet PIF Synth: A Cute Analog Synthesizer for Children

A Cute Analog Synthesizer for Children

The Soviet PIF Synth is a unique and powerful tool for anyone looking to create original and arresting sounds. The synth uses raw analog waveforms to generate its sound, resulting in a harsh and industrial sound that is perfect for any aggressive or dark production.

In addition, the synth comes with a wide variety of modulation options, making it possible to create complex and evolving soundscapes. The Soviet PIF Synth is a must-have for any serious producer looking to add some edge to their productions.

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USSR Synths – The Best Soviet Synthesizers of All Time

The Soviet Union was a powerhouse when it came to synthesizers. Many of the best synths of all time were developed in the USSR, and they remain popular to this day. In this blog post, we will take a look at some of the best Soviet synthesizers ever made. We will discuss their features and how they have influenced music over the years. If you are interested in learning more about Soviet synths, this blog post is for you!

The first synth on our list is the Polivoks. This synth was developed in the early 1980s and it quickly became one of the most popular synths in the USSR. The Polivoks is known for its unique sound, which has been used by many famous musicians over the years. The Polivoks is also notable for its durability; many of these synths are still in use today, more than 30 years after they were first created.

Next on our list is the Formanta EMS-01. This synth was developed in the late 1970s and it was one of the first affordable synthesizers available to Soviet musicians. The Formanta EMS-01 is a simple yet powerful synth that can create a wide variety of sounds. This synth is still used by many musicians today, and it remains a popular choice for those looking for an affordable and versatile synth.

Free Soviet PIF Synth Sample Library

This sample library performs with the FREE DecentSampler plug-in. You can download the Decent Library here.

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Donner B1: A 303-Style Analog Synth

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Donner B1 A 303 Style Analog Synth for 152

I checked out the brand new Donner B1 Bass Synthesizer:

Donner B1 analog bass synthesizer has made unprecedented innovation in the operation interface, provide simpler and more intuitive interface for all music lovers

Donner B1- A 303-Style Analog Synth for $152!
Donner B1: A 303-Style Analog Synth for $152!

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