|Scopel (left) and Balen (right) at a concert|
|Born|| Luciano Balen and Roberto Scopel (founders)|
Caxias do Sul, Brazil
|Residence||Caxias do Sul, Brazil|
|Years active||2007 - Present|
Projeto CCOMA, also called CCOMA, is a Brazilian musical band/duo founded by Luciano Balen and Swami Sagara (codenamed Roberto Scopel) for that specializes in mostly electronica, nu-jazz, and ethnic music. Balen and Scopel are both the band's co-producers, and Balen is the band's drummer and Scopel is the trumpeter. There are also a couple other, unidentified members of the band. More about them can be found on their website.
Projeto CCOMA's music has been used in multiple videos on The Film Theorists, specifically in Frame by Frame. Their songs "ANTS LIFE" and “THE FLY ARTIST” were used in Why Movies are Two Hours and Early Editing Techniques, How Mad Max: Fury Road Directed YOU!, How Terminator Defined Action Movies, and Crimson Peak and The Color of FEAR. “THE FLY ARTIST” was also used in The Scariest Horror You Don't See.
- In 2013, Projeto CCOMA's album Peregrino won "24th Award of Brazilian Music" in the electronic music category.
- In each description of videos crediting Projecto CCOMA, it is spelled as "ProjetoCCOMA", without the space.