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OmniTag - Tagging Engine for Third Party Omnisphere Libraries [NOW AVAILABLE for Mac / Windows] (in: Instruments)

Dec 29, 2021

Hi all,

Some months ago I spoke with @noiseboyuk about building an app to solve a long-standing problem with third-party Omnisphere libraries: non-standard tagging.

Each developer has their own convention for Categories, Types, Keywords, etc... which means that nice soundset you just bought can easily get buried in Omnisphere's patch browser. You may even forget you bought it.

Enter OmniTag...

OmniTag automatically categorizes your third party libraries using metadata contained within each patch. The idea is that there is generally enough data in a patch to determine if it belongs in 'Synth Bass' or 'Pads + Strings' or whatever, so OmniTag examines that and matches to Spectrasonics' standard categories / types. The result is your third party libraries are now 'conformed' to Spectrasonics' standards and are easily searchable in the Patch Browser.

Retail is USD $49.95, but I am offering USD $29.95 for the Mac launch.

OmniTag is now available for Mac and Windows.

More info can be found at https://www.omnitag.net

Here are a few screenshots...

OmniTag_Logo_With_Background_Now_Available.png

OmniTag_ThirdPartyLibraries_cutout.png

OmniTag_ConformPreview.png

OmniTag_ConformProgress_cutout.png

OmniTag_History_cutout.png

And walkthrough videos: https://youtu.be/4lwfeeXRiBo

https://youtu.be/KkWpTk2IvfE

Cheers, Marcus

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Last edited by marclawsonmusic on Sat Nov 27, 2021 6:17 pm, edited 4 times in total.

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