Ohm Force Studio Teaser 5
Part 5 of a 5 part series demonstrating Ohm's Studio- an online collaborative sequencer.
In this video we demonstrate some innovative features: tweak linked patterns independently while still keeping them linked. Trim them in different sizes, loop the whole pattern or only the trimmed excerpt, and shorten their loop regions without even having to open the piano roll. Yet they remain linked: if you need to change a note you won't need to edit them all.
Watch it on video and you'll quickly understand how it could improve your music production..
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