Ohm Studio 1.0 is out
More than 3 years after the first announcement, the Ohm Studio is finally going out of Beta and is available in its first final version.
The Ohm Studio 1.0 collaborative DAW is now available for all and Ohm Force has already announced that its team is working on v2, which should bring an offline mode, video support and various improvements to the audio engine, recording and collaborative features.
Ohm Studio 1.0 is available in three editions:
- Ohm Studio Free: the basic version
- Ohm Studio Pro: 39€, supports the 24-bit recording, WAV format export and includes the OhmBoyz and Minimonsta VA synth plug-ins
- Ohm Studio Pro XL: 99€ with all the features and plug-ins of the Pro version plus the Predatohm, Hematohm, Mobilohm, Oddity, Quad Frohmage, Ohmicide and Ohmygod! plug-ins
You can also store on the cloud 10 projects for free, but if you need more space, several paid options are available, starting 7€ per month.
You can download Ohm Studio now from www.ohmstudio.com.
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