October 6, 2013 in Lifestyle (E)
[prMac.com] Hitchin, United Kingdom - It's always nice to receive a greetings card to say 'Happy Birthday', 'Congratulations', 'Get Well', or 'I love you', and printed cards that add a name are increasingly popular. But a musical greeting that includes not only a name, but details specific to the receiver, or a completely bespoke message... that's unusual, and unheard of in the quality and price range that the AcoustiCards iPhone app offers. And all this without an ad in sight. AcoustiCards users just select the song they'd like to personalize, answer a few questions about the recipient, and in seconds they hear a unique song, freshly made, which can be sent on as an email, via Facebook, via twitter or in a text.
AcoustiCards are bringing cheer around the world, to folks like comedian Marcus Brigstocke ('Wow!! For me!? But how? That's awesome") to singer Tom Robinson ("This made me smile") and leading technology commentator Adam Engst ("I found a huge grin breaking out on my face as I listened to my song... Give it a try!")
The AcoustiCards app has been developed by award-winning Hertfordshire-based radio producer, Paul Arnold. He was facing some tough a couple of years back when he decided to throw his money and energy into creating a unique personalized musical greetings app. Paul brought his skills in audio production, music and interactive projects together to create AcoustiCards, an iPhone and iPad app that seamlessly mixes hundreds of options into its songs.
Paul says, "Having an idea for an app, is in many ways, the modern equivalent of having an unfinished novel in a drawer somewhere. To see the smile on people's faces when they get to a line in the song that is perfect for them - that makes it all worthwhile."
AcoustiCards is growing and welcomes ideas for songs, or approaches from a singer or a band who would like to be involved.
Notes To Editors:
* The AcoustiCards app is free to download for iPhone, iPad and iTouch
* Recipients do not need to download the AcoustiCards app to access their songs
* Users can preview as many personalized AcoustiCards musical greetings and jingles as they like before making their selection
* Songs cost from $0.00 to $2.99 to send
* For more information or to arrange an interview with app creator Paul Arnold, please contact Paul by phone or email
* To hear example cards, please visit AcoustiCards online
About the creator:
Paul Arnold is a radio producer and engineer with three Sony awards and an equal number of BBC Innovation awards to his name. Working part of the week making trails and packages for BBC Radio 4 and 4 extra, he freelances the rest of the time. Currently on air is his Chain Gang project, the bite-sized radio drama told by its listeners. More details can be found at Pictures in Sound online.
* English, German, Northern Sami, Spanish
* iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* 5.6 MB
Pricing and Availability:
AcoustiCards 1.10 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Lifestyle category.
Pictures in Sound provides quality audio production and engineering, backed by years of experience in the industry. It was set up by Paul Arnold, an award-winning producer of radio drama, features, promotions and interactive projects for the BBC. Copyright (C) 2013 Pictures in Sound. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.