Posts Tagged ‘mobilohm

23
Feb
10

How to transform your synth leads in sonic heat

British hard house producer – and Ohm Force plug-ins’ heavy user – Tim Vision has recently released a new track on Spinball Records called “Overdrive“, and there’s no doubt that a guy who calls his track this way must be an Ohmicide:Melohman fan. So we asked him to show us what kind of distortion work he’s operating for his new track – in which he’s working right now – and he sent us these 3 audio examples: the original loop, the distorted version after processing with the Ohmicide:Melohman, than some additional liquid spices added by inserting a Mobilohm in the insert chain.

The original synth lead line:

With Ohmicide:

With Ohmicide + Mobilohm:

04
Jan
10

Hematohm and Mobilohm reviewed on Wusik Sound Magazine

You might already know what our heavy weight plug-ins such as the Quad Frohmage and Ohmicide:Melohman are about, but have you already wanted to know more about other Ohm Force gear like the Hematohm frequency shifter and the Mobilohm phaser? There’s much less buzz around these too, indeed, what does not mean that they’re less powerful than the others. They’re the kind of spice that masses will maybe miss but that the ‘chefs’ will put in a privileged place in their shelfs, take it that way. Ginno Legaspi from Wusik Sound Magazine is one of these sound chefs, and has recently reviewed these two units, sharing his impressions on the magazine’s last edition. You can read it for free here, and benefit from the moment to check out the whole mag, there’s a lot of interesting things there…

15
Sep
09

How to fatten a Vermona M.A.R.S.

How to fatten a Vermona M.A.R.S., first passing it through an Ohmicide:Melohman, then an Mobilohm. It seems that yes, you can fatten something that’s already phat, resulting in some obese sounds.