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Omnisphere 101 - Omnisphere 2 Explored.
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  • 1

    When programming in stack mode, you can ‘fade in' a sound by dragging:

  • 2

    Radio delay simulates the time difference induced when a signal is broadcast. True or false?

  • 3

    When activating later ‘steps' in the arpeggiator, you won't hear them until...

  • 4

    How many parts can be mixed to create a multi?

  • 5

    What type of signal modulation multiplies a source sound wave and the selected oscillator?

  • 6

    Effects at the multi level override and disable effects at the part level. True or false?

  • 7

    What musical interval does each number represent when adjusting a voice up or down?

  • 8

    How many layers of sound are available in each Part?

  • 9

    The filter cutoff value determines the frequency at which the filter will allow/deny audio information to pass through. True or false?

  • 10

    Omnisphere is both a plugin AND a standalone application. True or false?

  • 11

    What is an oscillator?

  • 12

    An insert effect uses a bus to send sound from the oscillator to the FX engine. True or false?

  • 13

    How many filters are available per layer?

  • 14

    The LFO is an example of what kind of modulation source?

  • 15

    Disk streaming allows you to play back sounds with a smaller RAM footprint. True or false?

  • 16

    What does SoundMatch in the Patch Browser do?

  • 17

    What does Sound Lock do?

  • 18

    The hierarchy of Omnisphere's sound organization, from largest to smallest level goes...

  • 19

    How many layers are in a part?

  • 20

    What kind of effect can equalize the volume fluctuations in a track to a more stable level?

  • 21

    Distortion and Amp effects can be used in any order. True or false?

  • 22

    In Granular Synthesis, what is the tiny element that is played and looped called?

  • 23

    The main page allows you to adjust:

  • 24

    What is the acronym that represents the typical stages of an amplitude envelope in Omnisphere?

  • 25

    How many LFOs are there available to use for a layer?

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