Ohmicide:Melohman distortion reviewed by the Waveformless blog

Tom Shear from the Waveformless blog made review of our Ohmicide:Melohman distortion. We’ll spoil his conclusion: “Regardless of your experience level, Ohmicide sounds undeniably great. It can sound analog, it can sound totally digital, or you can mash the two together into your own monstrosity. This is the kind of plug-in you will find yourself getting lost in for hours with a big grin on your face the whole time. You neighbors might not be as amused.” But his analysis is much more in-depth than that, click here to read his full blog post.


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