Oomingmak turns your guitar into an analogue monosynth.
Oomingmak is a pitch- and envelope-tracking (re)synthesis effect.
It tracks the pitch and level of the incoming audio and uses them to:
- synthesize an entirely original sound, using classic analogue-style waveforms and subtractive synthesis.
- apply pitch modulation to the incoming audio, while syncing to the original waveform (the classic ‘oscillator sync’ effect, except that the ‘oscillator’ here is your audio).
Two ring modulators are also provided, allowing two different combinations of the above sounds to be modulated against each other.
As with all pitch-tracking devices, Oomingmak tends to work best on monophonic sound sources. It was designed particularly with the guitar in mind, in which case it tends to work well on solo lines rather than chords. However, sending chords, or even non-pitched sounds (e.g. drums) through Oomingmak can also have very interesting results.
The sounds below are examples of what Oomingmak can do.
|Nogokimam.mp3||By Stephen Moyes. Uses only dry guitar and Oomingmak.|
|Gamonikom.mp3||By Stephen Moyes. Uses only dry guitar and Oomingmak.|
|Genius.mp3||A whimsical little piece by Peter Chilvers.|
System Requirements & Purchasing
The plug-in is available in 64 bit AU, AAX, & VST formats for macOS and Windows.
You will need an account on ilok.com to redeem the activation code sent to you when you purchase. Your software can be activated onto an iLok, to the iLod Cloud, or to your local machine. A physical iLok is not required.
A 7 day trial can be started when launching the plug-in without a license.