Ohm Studio Delayed
Ohm Force has announced that, after 7 months of Open Beta, Ohm Studio is now planned for release in January 2013.
While originally targeted for mid-October, 2012, the development schedule has been redesigned to include a few additions.
To apologize for the delay Ohm Force is extending the availability of the Lifetime Offer. Currently priced at €166.00 excl. tax it will ramp up at €187.00 excl. tax from Monday October 29th until release. It will then be removed. Regardless of it, beta users will keep all their projects and will still be able to use the service under the freemium account (with some limitations).
Until then, Ohm Studio's weekly "Collab Fridays" events will now see one of the participants per event rewarded with a 6-month subscription.
Here is a video to grasp in 2 minutes what they are about:
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