Mobilohm is another brilliant plugin for creatively-minded people. Best described as a multi-phaser functionally speaking, it is actually more focused on helping you get incredible sounds across a large palette of tones. Hence, the variety and the quality of features to turn your wildest dreams into reality.
The Mobilohm is a very powerful multi-phaser.
4 phaser circuits splitable into 4 frequency bands for separate treatment: actually, it is 4 independent oscillators, all switchable and volume-adjustable, with various controls including a bandpass filter and 3 phasing algorithms for each of them... but with classic vintage phaser effects available as well!
Mobilohm is an extremely flexible instrument.
Perhaps the most exciting thing is that all of the parameters have a dedicated LFO. This makes Mobilohm an extremely versatile tool when it comes to shaping sound, besides the standard time factor. Create gated rhythms synced to phase or go completely crazy by tweaking knobs further than it is usually allowed!
From the tenderest sonic caresses to immense, swirling waves of sound, from lush to thin, from ethereal pads to highly percussive, tempo-synced effects, the vast spectrum offered by Mobilohm makes it so easy to pump texture and depth into your tracks.
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!
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.
Thanks to auto-bind, you can control any parameter via your MIDI controller. Adjust LFO phase to be in sync with your host's tempo. Save and load settings in no time. Group parameters together for advanced control. Morph between presets to produce surprising transaction effects, sonically as well as visually.