Ohm Studio in Action

I’d like to try Ohm Studio but I have a strong vision of what I want music to sound like. I bet I’d just erase and replace a lot of what the other person is creating. Then again my friend Gabri who’s a real keyboard genius would be welcome. Is there video or audio chat in Ohm Studio? I guess I could record a vocal of what I want to say to the other person.

“Ohm Studio is a standalone DAW/sequencer that will allow you to make music collaborations with your friends or musical partners from all the world. This video show the Ohm Studio prototype and some of its real-time features in action.” – ohmstudio.com

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Oliver Chesler

"Hello my name is Oliver and I'm going to tell you a story." I have been recording music since 1989 under the name The Horrorist. I have released over 60 singles and 4 full length albums. To hear my music please go to: thehorrorist.com

6 thoughts on “Ohm Studio in Action”

  1. i know what your saying Oliver (same thing here) but for me it could be a fun way to explore new things, sharing ideas and stuff. i used to play in bands and to me the only downside for people like us (producers) is to be alone in the studio. i’m not complaining at all but sometimes i miss the fact of sharing ideas and discussing about it you know hehe

    Kent, i kinda agree with you but i think i will give it a chance hehe. imagine if it works fine….

  2. Like Kent, it really does seem gimicky….but if developed thoroughly, I bet it can be a very powerful tool and is done live, can be a revolutionary type of performance.

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