latin, Omnia means "everything", according indian
primal (universal) sound which contains all the other tones. Georg
Ohm is german physician who scientifically defined the same
idea in his Ohms´
accoustic law.Onion is healthy vegetable which layers
resembles the spheres of micro or macrocosmos but also musical structures
of Omnion music.
Omnion is one-man-project of musician and composer Tomas Reindl,
inspired by sacred musical traditions of east and west, using contempotary
musical approaches and techniques..
Besides of traditional
instruments (tabla, didjeridu, ancient clarinet)
and human voice (overtone singing,beatbox, or gregorian
chant style), Omnion uses technology of "real-time looping"
which gives possibility of creating multiple- layer musical structures,
or ambient soundscapes. ...photo galery here
kanjira, hang, ancient-clarinet, blues harmonica, koncovka flute,
NEW VIDEOCLIP OF OMNION:
New OMNIONs dance set psytrance inspiration set with live tabla, throat singing, beat-box and TROM-BONE
(didjeridu style played old mechanic trombone:) :
of Omnion can be accompanied by explanation of the particular musical
systems and techniques
(indian rhythmic system, australian didjeridu, throat singing technique,
or realtime-loopoing system).
There is also possibility of workshop/seminar Rhythms
of the East (Introduction into indian and middle eastern rhythmic systems and
composer, multi-instrumentalist and tabla player.
In his compositions Tomas likes to cross genre barriers and limitations. He is often drawing inspiration from eastern and western ancient musical cultures and spiritual music, as well as taking advantage of modern techniques and electronics. He is also composing original music for film and theatre,
As instrumentalist, Tomas specializes to many kind of percussion and ethnic instruments and techniques, especialy indian tabla, arabic drums, didjeridu, overtone singing, dulcimer, ancient clarinet, etc.
Main present-time projects and cooperation: realtime-looping solo project OMNION, new NAKARA trio, Shahab Tolouie (flamenco-persian fusion), Amit Chatterjee, indian kathak dance group DAMARU, Pavel Fajt & Gathering of Drummers, Yair Dalal, Lenka Lichtenberg, BERG orchestra, workshops and seminars, etc