MATRIXSYNTH: Opus II - Full Album by Omri Cohen & Interview

Sunday, April 12, 2020

Opus II - Full Album by Omri Cohen & Interview

Omri Cohen

"In the last couple of months, I've recorded every week a piece of music, practicing and learning my setup, and I thought that maybe it's a good idea to collect a few of those pieces and release them as a sort of a collection album. I remixed and remastered all the tracks especially for this album.

If you like what I do and want to support my work, consider joining my crew on Patreon -

00:00 - LuLaAh
06:42 - Twines
13:14 - Mallets
19:43 - Voices
28:02 - Meshulash
32:29 - Tears in the Rain
38:02 - A new Beginning
57:29 - Arbhar

Here it is on Spotify, iTunes, and more -
Here it is on Bandcamp -"

20Objects Podcast 321: Omri Cohen

Published on Apr 12, 2020 20Objects

An interview with supporting member, Omri Cohen.

"When one of the listeners suggested Omri Cohen for an interview, I had to do a little research. And 'a little' is key - one quick search on YouTube made it clear that this was someone I'd want to talk to. And once we started chatting, we got on a roll - Omri is a great cat, and is so open to sharing, that we got on like brothers.

Whether it's talking about his background or his approach to hybrid modular systems, he combines a deep understanding about what he's doing with a relaxed way of explaining that causes everything to immediately make sense. That's an amazing gift - and makes him one of the most effective tutorial-makers out there.

If you want to check out his videos, the easiest way is to check out his channel. He also releases music on Bandcamp - some of which he features as 'Making Of..." options on his video channel - at I love his work, and this has really inspired me to make some interesting work in our now-isolated meta-world.


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