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Ohm Studio is the first real-time, pro-grade collaborative digital audio workstation. Record seamlessly with distant friends and meet other Steam musicians. Learn from them, teach to them, get inspired with them...
Release Date: Dec 9, 2013
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A Big Thank You

December 15th, 2013

I guess a release on Steam is always a memorable time for a small dev and it certainly was to us. So much new people, so much info and help needed, oh and that article in the doc is actually not helpful at all, and damn it the banner to the getting started page is not displaying why is that, oh oh the chat is starting to lag badly, the public project pages is taking too long to refresh, etc.

To be honest we expected to meet with the steam audience a slightly wilder bunch, less educated regarding audio production than what we had in the little world of audio application prior to it. Turns out we were completely wrong and that you can't judge the Steam Community on the sole basis of reading a chat during a Dota 2 game!

Monitoring newcomers we discovered quite a lot of pro, a heap of stupidly talented musicians, and an overall ability to get it sorted slightly better than the non steam users. Not to say they weren't a heap of people who really didn't want to click the help menu, but a bit less than usual (in ratio, brute quantities were overwhelming sometimes :P)

So Bravo for that, but the most amazing part to me is something else. It's the fact that, especially during the last two days the level of assistance on the chat was absolutely... completely... super amazing...

First helpers, of course, were core members of the cohmmunity, people here since the opening of the beta. It was not a surprise to see them helping. But it was to see how much they helped. Jamie57lp have been spending a tremendous amount of time in and out project, spreading info, monitoring things. Nick.in.Holland apparently didn't sleep, or has been sleepwalking helping people with ASIO4ALL issues. And every other, Bioxid, Cloud Patrol, Mqe2345, Herman and all the one I am forgetting (because they were so many)... feeling you guys wanted this steam release to work like a charm as much as we did here was a blessing. A Big Thank You.

And then, it went even more mindblowing. The last day and a half, most of the time I was checking the chat, there were as much answer than questions. People who were struggling two days earlier were now sending the links to newcomers, providing assistance and giving me some headroom to rework documentation. I will miss even more names but people who helped people like InkDropFalls, ProSound, Irockus, SCAndroid890 and many many more did, A. Big. Thank. You.

This weekend Ohm Studio looked like what we were dreaming of in... 2000. So, shall I take a whisky and a cigar, tonight?

"Chances are very good".


- Red

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Upgrade from to Pro to Pro XL now available

December 11th, 2013

Took the Pro version and feeling you've missed a better opportunity? It's not to late to take advantage of the launch offer to get the ProXL and all its industry landmark FX and Instruments (favourites of hardly known musician such as Trent Reznor, Skrillex, Tom Rowlands, Herbie Hancock, Martin Gore...) thanks to the newly available upgrade offer!

Just go the Ohm Studio Pro XL page while logged in and assuming you have an Ohm Studio Pro license, upgrade will be made available to you. Enjoy!

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“Ohm Studio now frees us from the previous limitations that we may not have even been aware of. The future is here.”
9/10 – MusicTech

“Ohm Studio is a fantastic tool for producers and non-producers alike. It’s native and natural workflow allows collaborative creation to be a breeze.”
8.6/10 – EDMProd

“Ohmstudio 1.0 succeeds entering the world of online-music-production with an effective, interesting approach.”
Keys (german)

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About the Software

Ohm Studio is the first real-time, pro-grade collaborative digital audio workstation. Record seamlessly with distant friends and meet other Steam musicians. Learn from them, teach to them, get inspired with them... or just invite your band to get that demo/commercial production done without the usual time & space constraint you’ve been striving for until now. Ohm Studio is a dramatic change in the way music is created and developed… and a wonderful place to hang around for every musician!

Key Features

  • Pro grade audio engine (low latency, up to 24 bit 96kHz audio, MIDI, VST plugins)
  • Pro grade features (full audio routing, unlimited tracks, automation, etc.)
  • State of the art UI providing unmatched edition in context, very fast project navigation and composition
  • Landmark FX and instruments from the Audio Industry + partner plugins (Voxengo, Poulyn)
  • Extensive sound library provided by UVI workstation "Ohm Plug"*
  • You are the most important feature of Ohm! Musicians sound better than machines and skill & talent are the key to making good tracks. Inspiration comes with emulation. In Ohm Studio like in a real studio, people matter most!

Free version is limited to compressed audio export and 16 bit audio recording. It features basic FX and UVI Ohmplug instrument. It still can use 3rd party vst plugins and you can make complete song with it (within the limit of 10 projects).


Ohm Studio Pro:
Record in 24-bit. Export to WAVE format.
Includes Ohm Studio Plugins: OhmBoyz Delay + Minimonsta Synth*
More info HERE

Ohm Studio Pro XL:
Get the ultimate Ohm Studio version!
Includes Ohm Studio Pro + ALL the famous Ohm Force plugins*
More info HERE

Ohm Cloud:
Ohm Cloud subscriptions for adding up to 200 cloud based tracks can be purchased HERE.

* Included as native Ohm Studio plugins only. These plugins will not work in 3rd party DAW software.

PC System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP Service Pack 2
    • Processor: Pentium 4 or Athlon 64
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 9 years old graphic card
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 400 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX/MME compatible sound card
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Pentium 4 or Athlon 64
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 3 years old graphic card or better
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    • Sound Card: ASIO compatible sound card

Mac System Requirements

    • OS: MacOS 10.5.8
    • Processor: Intel Processor
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Integrated Intel graphics
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 400 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Integrated sound card
    • OS: MacOS 10.5.8 or later
    • Processor: Intel Processor
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Original graphic card or better
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    • Sound Card: CoreAudio compatible sound card
Helpful customer reviews
154 of 170 people (91%) found this review helpful
217 products in account
34 reviews
1.2 hrs on record
I don't understand the other 2 bad "reviews".

I've been in this kind of business (recording music or sounds) for 8 years (i've recorded the demos of to many bands and musicians) and i can say that Ohm Studio Free Version is very good way for all the people who can't buy a SONAR or Pro Tools or a Fruity Loops Software. It includes a short tutorial for every single button you point with your mouse. It's a good way for beginners or people with a little experience with DAWs. I highly recommend it to people who wants to try to record their own demos or ideas and who doesn't want to download piracy programs or spend to much money in DAWs yet. However, everyone have different hardware so i still recommend to check your own hardware and search for it's limitations.

Take in mind that this product is oriented to people who are not professional at this kind of software but want to record their own things without spendig to much money.

Another thing, the Free Version doesn't have any plug ins and effects, BUT there are a lot of FREE plug ins on the internet and Virtual Instruments. I recommend the DSK Vsti.

This software is just great for you! At least you have a free version, so give it a chance and try it.
Posted: December 9th, 2013
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123 of 185 people (66%) found this review helpful
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2 reviews
1.9 hrs on record
Music is the way I've made a living for over 10 years now. I have been fortunate enough to make it my job. I am admittedly a Pro-Tools snob. It is still an industry standard for a reason in my opinion. Though I will say that many other DAWs have closed the gap significantly and the arguments can certainly be made for a few DAWs being better for electronic or VI based sequencing. Anway, my opinions should be taken with this in mind.

My initial impressions of Ohm Studio have left me disappointed. My hope was for a fully functional DAW with a sharing feature and solid work-flow. Sadly though, the i/o options are limited, the interface is clunky, editing/mixing is slow, and the few options for customization are buried in a menu system with non-standard terminology. It bears a striking resemblance to Reaper at a glance, but lacks much of that DAWs functionality. (on a personal note, I wish that they had used a different design, Reaper has never felt right to me)

Ohm Studio is compatible with 32-bit VSTs, but not 64-bit, which is an odd choice considering that most DAWs are making a shift to a 64-bit environment. I have also heard complaints of some extremely popular VSTs not functioning correctly. Certain releases from Native Instruments, Toontrack, and Waves have all been reported. (though it is my suspicion that most of the complaints are coming from users who do not have "legit" versions of these, I have Superior Drummer and Kontakt both working fine) The most frustrating issue I've run into is the way it has handled errors thus far. BSOD has been a common occurrence for me. It is incompatible with my digi002 (my interface of choice). UPDATE: Since this review, I have it functioning with the DIGI002

In theory, Ohm Studio could be a adequate entry-level DAW for the amateur masses if they can fix some of their compatibility and stability issues. The tutorials seem thoughtful and clear. Ultimately, as it stands, you will need to pay for a premium version if you plan on creating music regularly. And it is that point where I recommend putting your money into a full-featured DAW (Pro-Tools, Reaper, Sonar, Studio One, etc). The professional applications of this software are limited at this juncture. It works as a basic music creation/recording software and while the sharing feature is a nice touch, the clunky editing and automation will leave most producers/engineers ripping out their hair.

I will be watching Ohm Studio closely though, as I hope it can be improved to become a legitimate player in professional music production. The developers seem to be driven and capable so I look forward to checking out future releases. But for now, I do not recommend Ohm Studio for audio professionals. It's just not on that level yet.
Posted: December 10th, 2013
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34 of 39 people (87%) found this review helpful
376 products in account
2 reviews
22.4 hrs on record
Alright this program is amazing, let me just say that right now.

It is rather difficult to find performers for that piece/song that you want to write. I know this from personal experience as a composer... especially as one who can't seem to find a string quartet for one of my pieces.

This software, whilst I'm not positive that it's a substitute for something as good as Cubase, is decent at least as freeware. I've yet to purchase it, but the free version still allows for all of the basics that one needs from DAW software.

When you log in, you'll be immediately put into a general chat that consists of all of the other signed in users of this program. From there you can ask for advice, or ask for someone to help record or mix for a project of yours.

You can also have your friends download the free version of this software if you'd like to record them, but perhaps they live rather far away so you don't get to see them often. Maybe they live on the other side of the world and therefore are awake when you are asleep, but that won't matter with this program.

So yeah, I would definitely recommend this program. I don't know about paying for it yet, but I'll update this review if I do upgrade or get more information otherwise.
Posted: December 10th, 2013
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24 of 32 people (75%) found this review helpful
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1 review
3.0 hrs on record
This is an amazing software that lets you do a ton of things. Like work with other people while your in the program, you can also mix all your tracks right there in the program so everything is easy and ready to go. Also since it has the free, pro, and pro xl you can use it if you have the money to get extra features or if your on a budget you can get the basic version.
Posted: December 9th, 2013
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18 of 22 people (82%) found this review helpful
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0.7 hrs on record
It has easy to use interface. Good for beginners as it has simple tutorial that allows you to start to play with it, even if you didn't had any experience with audio editors before. If you really want to you can upgrade to pro version or buy some extra adds that you prefer. I like the idea of share of projects between users and it is just fun to see what you will end up with as you continue to develop your idea with others.

I don't understand haters and any negative comments directed to new and fresh products like this software. If you don't like it then don't use it.
Posted: December 10th, 2013
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