Fasten your belt for the space trip
More than a simple delay endowed with a variety of features, OhmBoyz is almost an instrument in its own right. For sure, it's an advanced stereo multitap delay, but it also has complex resonant filters, distortion high shelf and a total of 39 LFOs. Somewhat legendary, it remains one of Ohm Force's bestsellers.
Any delay you want
4 independent taps of predelay ranging from ping pong and chorus to reverse beat. Each has its own level, stereo balance and times control, whether in milliseconds or in note increments synchronized to tempo, from 1/64 to 4 beats injecting into 2 cross-feedback delay lines... and that's only the delay part!
Despite the qualification of multi-tap delay, OhmBoyz's real nature is far more complex. After passing the stereo delay processing step, the audio signal will go through two complete resonant filters, distortion and high shelf. Then add in the fact that most parameters have their own dedicated LFOs...
Creative sound destruction
In terms of sound, the range of possibilities offered by OhmBoyz is unlimited, just as the impressive list of specs should lead you to expect. On drums, keyboards, or any other instrument, you can achieve highly precise delays, just like endless feedback-ridden echoes degenerating into chaotic mayhem.
Full MIDI integration
Thanks to auto-bind, you can control any parameter - LFO, filter, distortion, etc. - via MIDI. Morph between presets to produce surprising transition effects. Already a great tool for home studios and professional studios, OhmBoyz is designed to change your live experience too.
Two skins, two paths to the Force
Ohm Force plugins come with two skins: the classic one gives you all the controls in a neat, old school analogue rack-like interface. It's a good point to start learning and get familiar with the plugin's capabilities. The other one, called 'funky', embodies the true spirit of Ohm Force.
See for yourself!
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Note for Pro Tools users: Our RTAS formats have been reported as presenting certain issues in Pro Tools 10. Unfortunately, there is currently no plan for fixing them. Therefore, we recommend that you test our demo versions before purchasing in order to check their compatibility with your gear.