MPV FREE Stuff: 10 Omnisphere Patches

Omnisphere by Spectrasonics is arguably one of the most amazing virtual instruments ever made. Although it comes with a huge number of patches, Toby Pitman has created 10 exclusive patches to use!  
"Everyone loves free stuff! And we've got something special to give away in this MPV Free Stuff Hub article... 10 Spectrasonics' Omnisphere patches exclusively designed and created by Toby Pitman.

Read on to find out more about what you're getting, how to install and call them up in Omnisphere's Patch Browser and, of course, how to download them!" — Ed.

What You're Getting

Here's a quick and dirty demo of the patches played with a couple of simple chords or single notes:

How to Install

• Double-click (or use UnZip or similar software) to uncompress the file.

• Move the folder "MacProVideo" to the following location:
Spectrasonics/Steam/Omnisphere/Settings Library/Patches/User/

Tip: you can copy and paste the path above in the text box that appears when selecting Go > Go to Folder... in Finder.

Where to place the free Omnisphere patches

Where to place the folder containing the Omnisphere patches.

That was easy... They're now installed!

Finding them in Omnisphere's Patch Browser

• Launch your DAW of choice and insert an instance of Omnisphere on a track.

• Click on the Patch Browser menu:
Patch Browser menu

• At the bottom of the Patch Browser click on the Refresh button:
Refresh Button in Patch Browser

• Finally choose "MacProVideo" from the Category list and select a patch!
Find the MacProVideo folder in the Category list

We'd love to know how you like these patches, what kind of music you use them in and even if you create your own versions from these patches. Drop us a comment below!

If you want to learn more about Omnisphere, check these video tutorials by Jonathan Perl: Omnisphere 101 - Core Omnisphere.


For the past 20 years Toby has worked as a professional guitarist, programmer and producer. Clients include Sir Paul McCartney, George Michael, Shirley Bassey, Yusuf Islam, Giles Martin as well as the London 2012 Olympic Ceremonies. He has also worked extensively in TV, Advertising and Film. As well as composing himself he has also ... Read More



Intending to buy and use both Omnisphere and Trilian in GarageBand Mac, I have a question.
GarageBand is not multi-timbral, so I think that the beautiful full sounds of Omni and Trilian do not sound ok in GB! Is this correct? Is there another way of using these "soundmachines"? Thanks for reply.


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