Goodbye Bitwig, OhmStudio is there! (and beta is open!)

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Goodbye Bitwig, OhmStudio is there! (and beta is open!)

Post by doom_Oo7 » Fri Jun 01, 2012 11:01 am

http://www.ohmstudio.com/


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fucking.
collaborative.
real-time.
editing.
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Re: Goodbye Bitwig, OhmStudio is there! (and beta is open!)

Post by timothyallan » Fri Jun 01, 2012 12:51 pm

The summing bus is horrible.

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Re: Goodbye Bitwig, OhmStudio is there! (and beta is open!)

Post by droidmike » Fri Jun 01, 2012 2:14 pm

Are there that many people here that are interested in Ohm Studio? I mean, collaborative music is music "designed by committee". As an artist, do you really want to relinquish control of your work to others, even if you've given them permission in the first place? And copyright-wise, who owns the finished product? Call me a control freak, but I want MY NAME on my musical endeavors, to reap either the credit or the criticism. (Do you really see Armin Van Buuren, Tiesto, or PVD getting involved in this kind of producing?) Other than a musical game or exercise, Ohm Studio doesn't seem to have much value to me. And as a DAW (in its infancy, mind you), it's not going to be as full-featured as the ones that have been around for a few years (Logic, Cubase, Ableton).

Anyway, those are my views. Please, tell me yours.

Peace,

Mike

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Re: Goodbye Bitwig, OhmStudio is there! (and beta is open!)

Post by masterblasterofdisaster » Fri Jun 01, 2012 2:26 pm

timothyallan wrote:The summing bus is horrible.
How is it horrible?

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Re: Goodbye Bitwig, OhmStudio is there! (and beta is open!)

Post by pencilrocket » Fri Jun 01, 2012 2:29 pm

masterblasterofdisaster wrote: How is it horrible?
I assume that's his assumption based on nothing. Otherwise he could show us the datasheet.
droidmike wrote:As an artist, do you really want to relinquish control of your work to others, even if you've given them permission in the first place?
I got similar impression from their presentation. First of all, not so many people would want to use chat/community tool while focusing on a project. That'll be distraction. The virtual rack preview seems unique feature.
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Re: Goodbye Bitwig, OhmStudio is there! (and beta is open!)

Post by masterblasterofdisaster » Fri Jun 01, 2012 2:55 pm

droidmike wrote:Are there that many people here that are interested in Ohm Studio? I mean, collaborative music is music "designed by committee".
I suspect this sentiment manifests most strongly in the electronic music forums.

I'm interested in Ohm Studio, for sure. It gives me an easy way of collaborating with musician friends who have moved all over the world.

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Re: Goodbye Bitwig, OhmStudio is there! (and beta is open!)

Post by pencilrocket » Fri Jun 01, 2012 3:57 pm

It'll be the good support tool for the company and teachers. 'Teach me online!'
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Re: Goodbye Bitwig, OhmStudio is there! (and beta is open!)

Post by H20nly » Fri Jun 01, 2012 4:50 pm

the audio engine colors your tracks.

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Re: Goodbye Bitwig, OhmStudio is there! (and beta is open!)

Post by simmerdown » Fri Jun 01, 2012 5:04 pm

been using it a bit..there are some really nice ideas to their functionality...and the devs are listening well to the testers...the ppl behind it come across as genuine helpful and pretty cool...accesible, unlike (ahem)

no need that using it exclude the making of one's own music as well, although there are only so many hours in the day

having a chat window right there in the project IS a bit like eating a sandwich on the toilet though

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Re: Goodbye Bitwig, OhmStudio is there! (and beta is open!)

Post by masterblasterofdisaster » Fri Jun 01, 2012 5:13 pm

simmerdown wrote: having a chat window right there in the project IS a bit like eating a sandwich on the toilet though
While appreciate that plenty of people work solo, in this context, I'm not sure I get the distraction issue. If you're collaborating, don't you want to communicate verbally as well?

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Re: Goodbye Bitwig, OhmStudio is there! (and beta is open!)

Post by simmerdown » Fri Jun 01, 2012 5:17 pm

yep, there are two modes to toggle, a chat within the project, or the main chatroom going on...whats not there is the option of closing that space and using it for more important functions.....

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Re: Goodbye Bitwig, OhmStudio is there! (and beta is open!)

Post by masterblasterofdisaster » Fri Jun 01, 2012 5:23 pm

simmerdown wrote:yep, there are two modes to toggle, a chat within the project, or the main chatroom going on...whats not there is the option of closing that space and using it for more important functions.....
I see. Now that you mention it, the constant popups from the main chat are distracting as well. I assume those can be disabled, but I haven't tried yet (away from my setup now...)

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Re: Goodbye Bitwig, OhmStudio is there! (and beta is open!)

Post by simmerdown » Fri Jun 01, 2012 5:25 pm

nope...and i just asked about it, 'maybe in the future' they said

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Re: Goodbye Bitwig, OhmStudio is there! (and beta is open!)

Post by H20nly » Fri Jun 01, 2012 5:44 pm

simmerdown wrote:no need that using it exclude the making of one's own music as well, although there are only so many hours in the day
my translation software crashed.

What?

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Re: Goodbye Bitwig, OhmStudio is there! (and beta is open!)

Post by simmerdown » Fri Jun 01, 2012 5:47 pm

we're all here...we can go on to one place, or not to the other place...thats all i meant

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