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Trilian Patch Library 1.4.0 Update: A Massive Expansion of Bass Sounds for Trilian Users


Trilian Patch Library 1.4.0 Update: Everything You Need to Know




If you are looking for a comprehensive and versatile bass virtual instrument, you might have heard of Trilian, the flagship product of Spectrasonics. Trilian is a successor to the award-winning Trilogy bass module, offering deeper control of musical expression and much greater flexibility of sound shaping. Trilian has a 34GB library that features all new acoustic, electric and synth basses, as well as enhanced versions of the classic Trilogy sounds.




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But did you know that Spectrasonics has recently released a major free update for Trilian users? The patch library 1.4.0 update is a huge addition to Trilian's already impressive collection of bass sounds, bringing over 500 new synth bass patches, improved tags and notes, updated default/init multis and UserSettings pref files, and more.


In this article, we will show you how to install the patch library 1.4.0 update, what are the new patches and sounds that you can use in your music production, and how to get the most out of them with Trilian's powerful features.


How to Install the Patch Library 1.4.0 Update




There are two ways to install the patch library 1.4.0 update for Trilian: using the Smart Update system or downloading the individual versions from the Spectrasonics website.


Using the Smart Update System




The easiest way to install the patch library 1.4.0 update is to use Trilian's Smart Update system, which automatically compiles any needed updates into a single download. This way, you can keep your collection of Spectrasonics instruments current with minimal hassle.


To use the Smart Update system, you need an active Internet connection and a Spectrasonics account. Here are the steps to follow:


  • Open Trilian in your DAW or as a standalone application.



  • Click on the CHECK FOR UPDATES button on the splash screen that appears when you first open Trilian.



  • You will be taken to the Smart Update page on the Spectrasonics website, where you will see your current software, patch, and soundsource versions for each of the instruments and libraries installed on your computer, as well as the latest versions.



  • The Status column will indicate any components that need updating with a red dot. A green dot indicates that the component is up-to-date.



  • Click on the GET UPDATES button at the bottom of the page.



  • You will be asked to log in to your Spectrasonics account (if you are not already logged in).



  • A single bundle will be compiled that contains all the updates required for your system.



  • The release notes for each of the relevant updates will be displayed on the page while the bundle is being compiled.



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WavetablesWavetable Basses, Wavetable Leads, Wavetable Pads, Wavetable Plucks, Wavetable Sequences


GranularGranular Basses, Granular Leads, Granular Pads, Granular Plucks, Granular Sequences


NoiseNoise Basses, Noise Leads, Noise Pads, Noise Plucks, Noise Sequences


FM/RM/AMFM/RM/AM Basses, FM/RM/AM Leads, FM/RM/AM Pads, FM/RM/AM Plucks, FM/RM/AM Sequences


DistortionDistortion Basses, Distortion Leads, Distortion Pads, Distortion Plucks, Distortion Sequences


FilterFilter Basses, Filter Leads, Filter Pads, Filter Plucks, Filter Sequences


ModulationModulation Basses, Modulation Leads, Modulation Pads, Modulation Plucks, Modulation Sequences


MiscellaneousMiscellaneous Basses, Miscellaneous Leads, Miscellaneous Pads, Miscellaneous Plucks, Miscellaneous Sequences


In addition to the new patches and sounds, the patch library 1.4.0 update also improves the tags and notes for the existing patches and sounds in Trilian. This makes it easier to search and browse for the sounds you want using the Browser's Attributes and Directory functions.


The patch library 1.4.0 update also updates the default/init multis and UserSettings pref files for Trilian. This means that when you load a new multi or a new part in Trilian, you will have some basic settings already applied to them, such as volume levels, pan positions, effects sends and returns, etc. You can also customize these settings and save them as your own UserSettings pref files.


How to Use the New Patches and Sounds in Your Music Production




Now that you have installed the patch library 1.4.0 update and learned about the new patches and sounds in Trilian, you might be wondering how to use them in your music production. Here are some tips and tricks to help you get started:


Exploring the Categories and Subcategories




The first thing you might want to do is to explore the different categories and subcategories of the new patches and sounds in Trilian. You can do this by using the Browser's Attributes function or the Directory function.


The Attributes function allows you to filter the patches and sounds by various criteria, such as Type (Bass), Category (Analog Classics), Subcategory (Analog Basses), Genre (Electronic), Mood (Aggressive), etc. You can also use keywords to search for specific names or descriptions of the patches and sounds.


The Directory function allows you to browse the patches and sounds by their folder structure on your hard drive. You can navigate through the folders and subfolders until you find the patch or sound you want.


You can also use the Audition function to preview the patches and sounds before loading them into Trilian. You can adjust the audition volume level and play mode (one-shot or loop) from the Browser's Settings menu.


Customizing the Controls and Effects




Once you have loaded a patch or sound into Trilian, you can customize it using the various controls and effects available on Trilian's interface. You can access different pages of controls and effects by clicking on their icons on the top of the interface.


The Main page gives you access to the basic parameters of each layer of a patch or sound, such as volume level, pan position, coarse tuning, fine tuning, glide time, glide mode , and solo mode. You can also mute or solo each layer, or swap the order of the layers by dragging and dropping them.


The Edit page gives you access to the advanced parameters of each layer of a patch or sound, such as envelope settings, filter settings, LFO settings, modulation matrix, and soundsource zoom. You can also edit the waveform, sample start, loop mode, and reverse mode of each soundsource.


The FX page gives you access to the effects rack of each layer of a patch or sound, as well as the common effects rack that affects all layers. You can choose from over 50 different effects types, such as distortion, chorus, flanger, phaser, delay, reverb, etc. You can also adjust the parameters of each effect, change the order of the effects chain, and turn on or off the effects bypass.


The Arp page gives you access to the arpeggiator of each layer of a patch or sound, as well as the common arpeggiator that affects all layers. You can choose from various arpeggiator modes, such as up, down, up/down, random, etc. You can also adjust the speed, swing, octave range, step length, step number, and step velocity of the arpeggiator. You can also create your own custom arpeggiator patterns by drawing them on the grid.


The Live page gives you access to the performance controls of Trilian, such as the orb, the stack mode, the latch mode, and the live mode. The orb is a circular controller that allows you to manipulate various parameters of a patch or sound in real time by dragging it with your mouse or using a MIDI controller. The stack mode allows you to layer up to eight patches or sounds together and control their relative levels and pan positions. The latch mode allows you to hold notes or chords without having to keep pressing the keys. The live mode allows you to switch between different patches or sounds quickly and easily using key switches or MIDI program changes.


Integrating with Omnisphere and Other Hardware Synths




One of the coolest features of Trilian is that it can integrate seamlessly with Omnisphere, Spectrasonics' flagship synthesizer instrument. This means that you can use Trilian's bass sounds as sound sources for Omnisphere's synthesis engine, creating even more possibilities and combinations. You can also use Omnisphere's effects rack and arpeggiator for Trilian's bass sounds.


To integrate Trilian with Omnisphere, you need to have both instruments installed on your computer and authorized with your Spectrasonics account. Here are the steps to follow:


  • Open Omnisphere in your DAW or as a standalone application.



  • Click on the UTILITY button on the top right corner of Omnisphere's interface.



  • Select Trilian from the drop-down menu that appears.



  • You will see a message that says "Trilian Library is now available in Omnisphere". Click OK.



  • Now you can access Trilian's bass sounds from Omnisphere's Browser by selecting Bass as the Type attribute.



Another cool feature of Trilian is that it can integrate with various hardware synths that are supported by Spectrasonics' Hardware Synth Integration feature. This means that you can use your hardware synth as a controller for Trilian's bass sounds , taking advantage of the hardware synth's layout, features, and feel. You can also use Trilian's sounds as sound sources for your hardware synth's synthesis engine, creating hybrid sounds that combine the best of both worlds.


To integrate Trilian with a hardware synth, you need to have both instruments connected to your computer via MIDI or USB. You also need to have the latest version of Omnisphere installed on your computer, as it acts as a host for the Hardware Synth Integration feature. Here are the steps to follow:


  • Open Omnisphere in your DAW or as a standalone application.



  • Click on the UTILITY button on the top right corner of Omnisphere's interface.



  • Select Hardware from the drop-down menu that appears.



  • You will see a list of supported hardware synths. Select the one that you have connected to your computer.



  • You will see a message that says "Hardware Profile Loaded". Click OK.



  • Now you can access Trilian's bass sounds from Omnisphere's Browser by selecting Bass as the Type attribute.