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I've read numerous reviews about the GIGANTIC number of presets in Omnisphere, but what set it apart from reFX Nexus was the ability to also make synths and the vast amount of possibilities Spectronics programmed into Omnisphere. Since I find Trance and Electro appealing I found Omnisphere to be a matching synth for many producers of those genres and many other genres as well!
Anything I say about Omnisphere is just repeating what others have said - it does everything you could want it to short of some very generic sounds like basic pianos. Other worldly soundscapes? Check. Rocking guitars? Check. Synth sounds an analog could only dream of? Check. Pads? Check. It goes above and beyond with what's available, and that's not even mentioning you get all of the content of Spectrasonics Atmosphere and loads of content derived from their amazing sample CDs like Distorted Reality and Bizarre Guitars.
Over the past few years, I've stopped using a lot of soft-synths and have focused more on hardware. But Omnisphere remains a favorite, since it makes amazing, lush sounds that just won't come from an analog synth. It's a bit pricey, but is incredibly useful. I especially like the patch randomize button, which is a great way to hear sounds you might not have experienced otherwise. More developers should use this!