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Ohm Studio Grand Opening coming October 15th

Ohm Studio

Ohm Force has announced that it will release Ohm Studio, the real-time collaborative digital audio workstation currently in public beta, on October 15th, 2013.

It is always an arbitrary decision when a beta turns into a release. While some decisive updates (like a much asked for offline mode) are on their way to Ohm Studio, Ohm Force has observed that its DAW is undoubtedly able to deliver its promise: collaborative musical joy. With 30K users, 80K projects, and 58 collaborative events made during beta testing, there is no more time to postpone the inevitable: taking the big leap and telling the world “here is Ohm Studio”.

The release will happen on October 15th, along with substantial updates to www.ohmstudio.com and the Ohm Studio app. There will also be a full product presentation including pricing, current and future features as well as special collab events. Expect to see a giant sheep eating a castle too.

Of course, there will be no project or account reset. Preorder buyers will be able to go on as usual. Others (or newcomers) while keeping their accounts with associated projects will become free subscribers. They will have a limit of 10 projects and won’t be able to export lossless audio. If they have more than that at the time of release, all projects will be locked until they subscribe or leave enough projects. Note that leaving a project doesn’t imply cancelling your copyrights on the track, only your access to it. Alternatively they will be able to do local backups when offline mode is implemented.

Finally, note that this is the last chance to purchase a lifetime subscription. The lifetime subscription will end along with beta on October 15th. At 224€ (~$250 outside of eurozone) this offer includes the largest Ohm Studio content pack along with permanent subscription to the Ohm cloud (more details here).

More information: Ohm Studio

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Elektron announces Elektronauts user forum

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Elektronauts

Elektron has introduced Elektronauts, the ultimate Elektron user forum.

The Elektronauts community is a meeting point for anyone interested in music production in general and Elektron gear in particular.

The site will be officially unveiled Monday the 9th of September. We welcome you all to hook up with fellow musicians all over the world, partake in discussions and arguments, exchange production techniques and share your music.

It is already possible to pre-register for Elektronauts. Head on over to Elektronauts.com to sign up and you’ll be an Elektronaut from day 1.

See you at Elektronauts!

More information: Elektron / Elektronauts

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Cinesamples introduces Hollywood Scoring

Hollywood Scoring

Cinesamples has introduced Hollywood Scoring, a next-generation music production company in Los Angeles, created to offer the legendary musical resources of Hollywood to the world of new media.

Hollywood Scoring is a complete Music Department available for producers of media content.

We offer a variety of music services from contracting musicians, music editing, music supervision, music preparation, composition of material from start to finish, building fully orchestrated synthetic mock-ups, and live performance coordination, to just about anything else related to media music production.

More information: Hollywood Scoring

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Dispatch.mu launches Exclusive Soundware Delivery Service

Dispatch

Dispatch has announced the launch of its exclusive soundware delivery service, offering new content for your favorite music making platform.

Dispatch brings music making inspiration directly to your inbox! Download exclusive, royalty-free sounds and tools from a variety of in-house and guest sound designers. Discover sounds in a whole new way with a new release every week.

Dispatch is also a platform for sound designers, so if you’re making great sounds, patches, and content — they want to hear from you!

A monthly subscription costs $9 USD. Reason and Audio Loops formats are currently available, Ableton Live is coming soon.

More information: Dispatch

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The Music Licensing Directory launches the next evolution in the crowdsourcing of music

Music Licensing Directory

The Music Licensing Directory has officially launched a music crowdsourcing service where Music Supervisors, Advertising Agencies, Production Companies and Individuals who need music for any purpose can launch a contest and find music to license for their needs.

Since launching in December last year, The Music Licensing Directory has rapidly built an extensive global community of artists, bands, labels, publishers, producers and composers. The new crowdsourcing platform allows anyone fast and simple access to this global community and an easy way to find both customized music and existing tracks to easily license for just about any purpose.

Crowdsourcing of music has traditionally been plagued by complexity and a lack of confidentiality. After extensive industry consultation the Music Licensing Directory has created a platform that addresses these critical issues.

“Music Licensing can be a time consuming, expensive, daunting and complex process for anyone who needs to find good music for their specific purpose. By utilizing the reach of our global community of music providers, we have come up with a solution that allows for confidentiality, particularly for clients in advertising, whilst still maintaining a fast, simple and personalized service” said Music Licensing Directory CEO Winston Giles.

The Crowdsourcing process caters to projects big and small with varying budgets and for many different purposes. Using the service is free, with no commitment or obligation – users only pay license fees if they are satisfied with tracks submitted.

“We are offering a new approach for those who need music and don’t have the time to sift through libraries with thousands of tracks or the time to get music from multiple sources. In a matter of hours we are able to deliver music suggestions based upon client requirements, and handle all aspects of the licensing process” said Giles.

More information: Music Licensing Directory

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Nimbit goes global and lowers sales commission

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Nimbit

Nimbit has released a major multifaceted update to its direct-to-fan sales and promotion platform.

While Nimbit now delivers more, it costs less-much less. Commissions on sales transactions have been reduced from 16.5% for all accounts to 10% for Nimbit Free and Plus and a miniscule 5% for Nimbit Premium accounts. And unlike competitors who only offer low commissions on digital goods, these rates also apply to sales on physical goods as well. For example, if you sell a $10 CD with a Plus account, your commission will only be $1; sell it with Nimbit Premium, and your cost is only 50¢!

Direct Pay — Another long awaited new feature to Nimbit is the shift to a Direct Pay model, where subscribers get paid directly, via PayPal, as they make sales. This is the music business version of instant gratification!

Self-Fulfillment — The updated service also adds a much-requested self-fulfillment option for physical goods. Nimbit previously picked, packed, and shipped all orders for physical products like CDs, vinyl, and t-shirts from their U.S. warehouse. Now subscribers to Nimbit Plus and Nimbit Premium have the option to ship products themselves from anywhere in the world. Nimbit will continue to offer complete fulfillment services as an option in Premium accounts.

Localized Currencies and Stores

Nimbit is now international! This update enables musicians around the world to sell in their local currencies. At launch, the following currencies are supported: Australian Dollar, British Pound Sterling, Canadian Dollar, Czech Koruna, Danish Krone, Euro, Hong Kong Dollar, Hungarian Forint, Israeli New Shekel, Japanese Yen, Mexican Peso, New Zealand Dollar, Norwegian Krone, Polish Zloty, Singapore Dollar, Swedish Krona, Swiss Franc, U.S. Dollar.

In addition to support for local currencies, Nimbit subscribers can set their storefronts to display in English, French, German, and Spanish. Support for additional currencies and storefronts in other languages will be introduced as needed to meet customer demand.

“Musicians around the world all need a way to create a supportive relationship with their fans, and that starts with the ability to sell direct,” commented Nimbit co-founder and president Phil Antoniades. “By adding local currencies and native languages to the Nimbit platform, we’re giving more artists around the world a deeper connection to their fans.”

More information: Nimbit

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Ohm Force announces 50th Ohm Studio Collab Weekend

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Ohm Studio The Big Hit

Ohm Force has announced The Big Hit, its 50th Ohm Studio Collab Weekend, scheduled for June 28th, 2013.

This is a special event with no rule other than what every musician or so is aiming at when writing a song: The Big Hit.

Newcomers are required to download and install Ohm Studio beta (free of charge), create an account and log in preferably Friday between 8:00 PM and 2:00 AM (GMT).

Red_Force and Jamie will be there waiting for people. The projects will remain open during the week-end as usual through Ohm Studio’s public tab.

More information: Ohm Studio / The Big Hit

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