Former Smashing Pumpkins drummer, currently Morrissey’s one, Ohmicide:Melohman addict and ohmfriend Matt Walker recently spent some time in Paris due Morrissey’s concert. He benefited from the moment to come visit our Ohm Force headquarter and have some off-the-spotlight lunch time at L’Escalier just in front of the Ohm cave. Really really nice to meet him live and realize that despite being rockstar he’s just a cool guy like me and you (ahn?) – what made him deserve an actual Ohmforcian title: Drum Force ! The Ohm Force team make a big roll to this guy, and you can benefit from the moment to some weird french color names…
Archive for November, 2009
You’ve probably already heard of Sample Magic, the audio magicians from London who make some of the best – and most awarded – dance sample/loop collections in the world. They’re all available at SoundToSample, *the* one stop shop for high quality audio material. But what you may not know is that head honchos Sharooz and Jake Island – the tricksters behind Sample Magic – are heavy Ohm Force users, counting the ALL-ALL Bundle as a key part in their audio processing arsenal.
They’ve just announced their brand new Dubstep and Grime library, hot on the heels of their Tribal and Tech-House, and to celebrate are offering a nice freebie of THREE LIBRARIES OF YOUR CHOICE for some lucky Ohm people out there. Want to grab them? All you have to do is to post a picture of you in your studio. The only two requirements are: the computer screen must show some Ohm plugins interfaces and you must be in an “audio magician” pose. Each of the three winners will be able to pick three Sample Magic libraries of choice, for free, worldwide shipping or instant download through http://www.soundstosample.com. The pictures will be judged by the Sample Magicians themselves in their London HQ. Make-up and dressing up allowed. Rabbits and all domestic animals not allowed. The picture (or the link to it) must be posted on the comments section of this blog post, until November 30th 2009.
This time the Melohman vibes come from Austria, land of the wild – yet highly domesticable – Oinky Poinky specimens. The Oinky Poinky Demixed track was done using only the Symptohm:Melohman synth and fried sugar’n’nutella toasts. The chilled melodies tells the blurred visions through a Vienna’s subway window during a 5 minute ride in an Autumn afternoon in direction of LoFi Records office…(picture below)