07
Apr
10

Ohm Force announces the Ohm Studio, a real-time collaborative music workstation

Good morning ohmfriends out there, today you’re gonna know what we’ve been doing during last years. We’ve been indeed working in what will be our next release, but it’s actually much bigger than that: we’ve been following our path. The mystical and esotherical-new-age lines below will bring some light on it:

In 2000, a bunch of music geeks gathered around their computers, only to find themselves guided by a strange and mysterious power — the power of Ohm Force. It revealed to them the essence of audio processing which they used to create the now mythical Ohm plug-ins.

But they had a secret goal! This secret and long term task was to venture beyond the plug-in world and explore the other dimension of sound creation: those humanoid artists that play with computers. Thus Ohm Force, by the sweat and steel of its humble, sandwich-peddling warriors, has been laboring to conceive a new type of music workstation — one that will bring real time creative harmony to the world.

Yes, you read that right: Ohm Force is announcing the first *real* collaborative music workstation in the history of music production: the Ohm Studio — a project with which they aspire to redefine the meaning of online music collaboration. Yay.

We’re talking about a fully fledged DAW/sequencer, Ohm Studio: a standalone real time collaborative music making application for Windows and Mac, in addition to a web based collaboration platform and music driven online Cohmunity. We’re also talking about real time collaborative MIDI/audio editing, envelopes, a piano roll, audio effects, and virtual instruments: the very same tools we computer based musicians already enjoy, but that you’ll now be able to use with your friends, online.

How is this possible? Using an audio core made from scratch, of course, an adaptive audio transfer protocol, a transactional document management engine, some Ohm-style interface innovation, an integrated web Cohmunity, server based projects and much more…

The subscription period for the beta test is already open! What are you waiting to watch the video demo on www.ohmstudio.com? 🙂

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10 Responses to “Ohm Force announces the Ohm Studio, a real-time collaborative music workstation”


  1. April 7, 2010 at 11:43

    Excellent software design. Superb ideas for collaboration at all levels of sound design. Please keep us all up to date on your progress. Very interested in everything you are doing. Thank you.

  2. 2 N.W.D.K.
    April 7, 2010 at 12:08

    Woooow!!! this seems to be a real revolution in the way of music making…looks great…cant wait to check it…

  3. 3 German
    April 7, 2010 at 12:10

    Quite an interesting idea and concept.
    We’ll see what this brings to the masses of online musicians.

  4. April 7, 2010 at 16:01

    Can’t wait for this!!

  5. 5 3ee
    April 7, 2010 at 16:50

    Nice! 😀 hoping for a betatest!

  6. April 7, 2010 at 22:03

    Great idea. While I don’t care much for the “facebookish” aspect of it, it’s going to make my life (and my band’s) much easier.

    Kudos.

    k

  7. 7 PHIL
    April 8, 2010 at 23:50

    SO AMPED!!!!!

    jonesin for that beta!

  8. 8 chilli
    April 10, 2010 at 11:26

    As a user (and employee) of the old rocket network system I am
    exited to see another collaboration tool which uses a central
    server system for the virtual studios. There have been
    ALOT of online collaboration apps since rockets demise and none
    of them have done it for me so i am quite exited to see how it
    goes with this one!

    Chilli

  9. April 11, 2010 at 18:07

    This newsletter was a super pleasant surprise!

    This could be a game changer!

    Also hoping for a betatest 😉


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