WNAMM11: OMG-1 Custom Instrument

Exclusive look at Eric Persing's custom instrument      16/01/11

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5:10 mins

Eric Persing gave Sonicstate an exclusive look at his custom instrument, a combination of Moog, Apple and Omnisphere designed by Eric. Before you try and order one, you should know that this is a one-off build, specified by Mr Persing as a prize for the lucky winner of a Bob Moog Foundation competition to be announced on March 15th.


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5 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Nathan Wills    Said...

Wow that would be perfect for gigging. I'm really wanting to start going live. Omnisphere is my go to synth. This would be perfect. I'd show this thing in my youtube videos and would love who would want to play on this, i'd happily let them join in a live session. May the winner have best use for themsleves and all to see in its use.

Nathan

17-Jan-11 07:18 AM


Marc JX8P    Said...

That is beautiful; I love the way the iPads and iPods are integrated.

17-Jan-11 10:50 AM


Steven Kruyswijk    Said...

PLAY IT!! :-)

18-Jan-11 11:36 AM


jhgjhg    Said...

lame and stupid and dumb. hmmm, what else... oh, retarded.

18-Jan-11 03:11 PM


OMG man    Said...

Not stupid at all...quite the opposite. :-)

This video was just a quick little exclusive tour through how it works, given right after the show closed. Persing played it during the show each day with the BMF presentation. If you want to hear a low-res version of what it sounds like...go here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFXawYyMIPo&feature=player_embedded#!

19-Jan-11 01:33 AM


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