This 37-tutorial, introductory course explains the inner workings of Omnisphere 2. See how this massive Spectrasonics synth instrument will forever change the way you create & produce music and design sounds. Learn it now!
When Spectrasonics releases a new instrument, the whole world listens... especially when that instrument is a new version of their award-winning, industry-leading synth: Omnisphere! This course takes you through all of O2's main features and gets you very familiar and comfortable with this incredibly deep and powerful synth.
Trainer Matt Vanacoro explains everything from Omnisphere 2's installation to its vast collection of sound generation engines, processors and controls. There are so many levels to this omnipotent synth that it's important to understand all the features and how they work together. That's exactly what this course is designed to do!
So dive into Omnisphere 2. Learn how to harness its power. Master its massive library. Familiarize yourself with its controls and then, take it for a sonic joy ride... and please remember to hold on tight!
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Beat Kai wrote on July 26, 2020
Awesome course. Incredible Plugin! Thanks!
Rob wrote on August 19, 2019
Good course showcasing the basics of Omnisphere. A couple of areas where something was mentioned but not full explained, otherwise, a really great course.
david pybas wrote on December 23, 2018
Great place to start with a very deep instrument.
Vincent wrote on August 29, 2018
Awesome Best tutorial on Omnisphere 2 He was step by step on the money. Enjoyable to watch and listen to.
Mr Green wrote on October 12, 2017
Walking away from this course feeling very impressed with Omnisphere's depth. Some libraries have a deep look to their interface but seem more limited practically. Omnisphere has that deep complex look but the tools and sounds that match the look! Matt mentioned a whole course could be done just with Orb, but would it be too much to ask for a 201 course involving Orb, the arppegiator, user samples and just anything else so that we can dig deeper? Omnisphere seems to be a secret weapon with so many composers and artists.
Vaan wrote on August 21, 2017
Great Course, one of the most interesting I've ever done. Many topics, trips and tricks, very well explained with lots of nice examples. Great Job, very well done!
mattv wrote on August 20, 2017
straight and to the point doesn't get much easier then that i learned what i needed can't wait to watch the next course
Muco wrote on April 16, 2017
This was a great introduction. I really like the trainers calm style. This was short and to the point. Just the way I like it. It didn't go super deep nor did I see an overview of the unison feature but then again that is what the Omnisphere 201 , Omnisphere 2 Xtreme by Bill Burgess is for. I will definitely be checking that out as well. Great stuff, Thank you!
Barth Visser wrote on October 20, 2016
That was really a helpful course. :-)
I now have a better understanding of the outline and signal flow of Omnisphere.
It's great to see there is a lot more the explore 'below the surface' of the plugin.
The instructor has a really good voice and was easy to follow.
I can highly recommend this course.
Brandon Peoples wrote on March 12, 2016
Matt has such an easy listening voice. As someone who is new to Omnisphere, this course was a great overview. I'm glad that Matt scratched the surface of each section but didn't go too deep. I'll be looking for a more advanced course once I play around with Omnisphere on my own now.