14th June 2010
Following the announcement of the Ohm Studio - a real-time collaborative DAW/sequencer - Ohm Force has unveiled the first Ohm Studio live demo, showing some of Ohm Studio's collaborative features in action. It's a standalone application for Mac OS X and Windows (in the video the prototype runs on two MacBooks) that will allow musicians from around the world to produce/edit tracks together in real-time.
This video was made at the Ohm Force headquarters (Paris, France) while the Ohm Server is in USA (they use the AWS solution by Amazon). Both laptops are logged into the same Ohm Studio session. Notice that all actions done on one side are automatically synced to the other side. Ohm Force highlights that what we're seeing here is an early prototype.
As announced at the Ohm Studio's website, Ohm Studio will be "a full fledged DAW/sequencer" and they will be progressively revealing its features at www.ohmstudio.com. This "amateur" live demo is the first of a series, new video content will be released during next weeks/months. If you want to be one of the first to test the Ohm Studio, you can apply for the beta-test.