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  1. sureno
    22nd November 2008 12:54 PM - permalink
    Cheers dude for the 3K thread:thumbsup:
  2. Monarch
    21st November 2008 11:10 AM - permalink
    :bbcool:Heh...I think you might get more friend invites over time...of course you can send out a friend invite if you want as well.:bbsmile:
  3. OJB
    18th November 2008 02:51 PM - permalink
    Friends huh, well, that's a turn out for the books. You are my only forum friend, what shall we do? Sleepover?
    21st October 2008 09:10 PM - permalink
    Cheers, dude, im shocked i came home and looked at the thread, then about 5mins later realised that was me :P
  5. Monarch
    15th October 2008 02:04 PM - permalink
    Thanks for the kind comments guys! Beleive me I have learnt a ton load of stuff since joining this forum. Gold. :thumbsup:
  6. bigdaddystudio
    14th October 2008 07:55 PM - permalink
    Yes this man uses his brain thanks again
  7. bigdaddystudio
    14th October 2008 07:36 PM - permalink
    Yes this man uses his brain and thank the Lord for people like you!
  8. sureno
    9th October 2008 12:12 AM - permalink
    Thanks Monarch:thumbsup:
  9. Monarch
    8th October 2008 11:58 AM - permalink
    Thanks mrfracas! :thumbsup:

    Yeah hopefully the Sonar 8 review will help you and others in one way or another. I know what it is like to not really know which route to take. None are cheap and we all want to avoid a costly mistake. ;)

    Omnisphere: Yes I can only imagine how deep that review could be...I guess you could always start out with a short [I]User Review[/I] (using the existing structure/questions) and then ask people what else they might want to know and then add that info to additional posts in the same thread. Something like the [I]Open review[/I] idea I mentioned in the User Review thread on the feedback forum.

    I can see why Reviewers need to get paid. Detailed reviews can really take time to put together. Hours or longer. But a review can still be very useful and not be too detailed.

    I guess an Omnisphere review could start as a shorter User Review (even those can be as detailed as you want) or maybe stick to [B]Installation[/B], [B]UI[/B], [B]Synth options[/B], [B]Sample playback options[/B], [B]Library[/B], [B]Browser[/B], [B]Arp[/B], and [B]CPU[/B] usage. I would also try and stick to your own workflow style as that will likely be much easier to write up.

    You could also stick to the Omnisphere tutorial video topics (available to registered Spectrasonics owners). I have seen some of these as an owner of RMX and they provide plenty of info to start with. Many potential buyers want to see those videos but cannot, so maybe staying with those topics would be a good idea to start with.:)

    T3 gave some truly fantastic detailed Omnisphere feedback, but just write up what you feel in your own words however long or short, the more viewpoints we get the better, even if there are similarities here and there.:thumbsup:

  10. mrfracas
    7th October 2008 05:20 PM - permalink
    Nice one Monarch!

    I'm really looking forward to that Sonar 8 review. I'm in limbo at the moment (re: DAWs), so hopefully you can help me establish a necessary interest.

    I'm just going through my first bash of my Omnisphere review at the moment. It's really difficult to know where to begin - or even what to talk about; there's so much!

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