New Tutorial Videos for Sound Studio 3 and Lineform Now Available
November 16, 2007 in Software
[prMac.com] New York - Freeverse today announced that tutorial videos for their popular OS X applications, Sound Studio 3 and Lineform are now available on their website. Sound Studio 3 is an easy-to-use Mac OS X application for recording and editing digital audio on your computer, and Lineform is the ideal Mac app for vector-based diagrams and illustrations.
These videos demonstrate exactly how easy to use and powerful these applications are. Learn how to digitize your LP collection using Sound Studio 3, as well as how to use Lineform's clean, uncluttered interface to create the most sophisticated vector illustrations!
About Sound Studio 3:
Sound Studio 3 is an easy-to-use Mac OS X application for recording and editing digital audio on your computer. Digitize tapes and vinyl records, record live performances, create your own mixes with crossfades, tweak the levels and EQ, apply digital effects and save in all major file formats with Sound Studio 3!
The Mac's most popular audio program for many years, Sound Studio continues to be regularly updated to add new features and to take advantage of the very latest Apple technologies.
Fast, lean and Universal, Lineform offers powerful features in an uncluttered interface that's designed to help you get work done!
Winner of a 2006 Apple Design Award, Lineform is the ideal Mac app for vector-based diagrams and illustrations. Useful features combine with a simple interface to create a wonderfully intuitive artistic process. Lineform has all of the most popular tools, including everything from freeform gradients to compositing effects, enabling you to create the designs you want without getting in your way with "features" you don't need.
Freeverse strives to develop and publish seamless software, with a particular concentration on the Mac OS and the Xbox 360. Our developed and published titles have been honored with more Apple Design Awards than any other company. Our original characters have appeared in TimeDigital, Wired, and Animation World magazines, as well as television commercials for Blockbuster Video. Headquartered in New York City, Freeverse draws upon the talents of artists, programmers and sound designers from around the globe.