January 2, 2013 in Music
[prMac.com] Omsk, Russian Federation - BSoft today is pleased to introduce mPrometheus 1.0 for iOS, its 3-frequency color organ with moving lights. Offering automatic or manual sensitivity settings, red, green, and blue lights flash with the music's bass, midrange, and treble sounds. Unlike most other color organs, mPrometheus determines the beat of the music and moves columns, rows, and clusters of circular lights in unpredictable patterns in time with the music. Ideal for parties, or music listening, the app employs the iDevice's built-in mic to analyze and display the music.
mPrometheus is an advanced, 3-frequency color organ, capable of real-time analysis and display of the frequency and amplitude of any music. The app features 20 circular lights in a 5x4 grid. The 7 red lights respond to the music's bass components, flashing brighter as the low frequencies get louder. The 6 green lights correspond to the midrange, and the 7 blue lights display the treble frequencies. The 20 lights are arranged randomly within the grid.
The app uses a fast Fourier transform algorithm to determine the relative loudness of low, mid, and high frequencies present in the sound of an instrument that can play only one note at a time (e.g., saxophone) or in the sound of many instruments and vocalists heard together. New synaesthetes will find that watching music can be as enjoyable as listening. Especially useful are the manual sensitivity controls for each color, allowing users to tailor the display to their visual and aural tastes.
* Generates amazing frequency-based, music-synchronized lighting effects
* Uses the built-in microphone
* Uses FFT to separate music into highs (blue), midrange (green), and
bass (red) to change colors
* Automatic sensitivity
* Independently adjustable manual sensitivity
* 20 red, green, and blue lights that move to the beat
* iPhone 5 screen support
* Recommended for use in a darkened room
Where mPrometheus goes beyond most similar apps is its moving light display, which can be turned on/off in settings. After a few seconds of a new song starting, the app analyzes the tempo of the music and starts to move rows, columns, and groups of lights in time with the music. Movement can come on the first, second, third, or fourth beat of 4/4 music, and lights may move one or more grid squares.
"Creates an amazing lighting effect in sync with your music!" stated Sergey Boichenko of BSoft. "mPrometheus is awesome for parties, school dances, nightclubs, special events, or just music listening."
* English and Russian
* iPhone 3GS/4/4S/5, iPod touch (3rd/4th/5th generation), and iPad
* Universal app optimized for display on all iOS devices
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* 1.7 MB
Pricing and Availability:
mPrometheus 1.0 is $2.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Music category. Review copies are available on request.
Located in Omsk, Russian Federation, the BSoft team is an independent software company founded in October of 2009 and headed by Sergey Boichenko. BSoft is a young company that develops software and e-books. Copyright (C) 2012 BSoft. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.