November 23, 2010 in Music (E)
[prMac.com] Seoul, South Korea - greySox today is proud to announce the iPhone and iPod touch version of Finger Stomp HD, a popular street music and old-school urban hip-hop music making application previously available for the iPad. The iPad version has been incredibly successful and has been featured in the "New and Noteworthy" and the "What's Hot" section of the Apple App Store. It also dominated the #1 position in the Music category of Brazil and South Korea, and garnered much acclaim on musicradar.com, as one of the "Best music making apps for mobiles."
Finger Stomp features everything Users need in order to make their own freestyle version of urban music. Users can choose unique items such as chains, cans, signs and buckets to truly recreate their own individual street music and therefore create tunes never before heard on the iPhone. Objects can be seamlessly mixed and matched on screen while an integrated BPM Counter, Metronome, Record, Replay and Export Function and 50 bundled preset beats offer a complete street music and old-school sound production package.
"We are very excited to release the iPhone and iPod touch version of the Finger Stomp HD app." Says Seungyi Lee, President of greySox. "With the popularity of Finger Stomp HD, we wanted iPhone and iPod touch users to be able to experience what was only available for the iPad."
The new iPhone version holds features not included in the iPad version such as: practice mode, ability to export as .wav files, SoundCloud networking, and 50 new sample beats and sounds.
The practice mode was included to help users of the app learn how to create urban beats and sounds. There are a total of 50 different tracks, with varying levels of difficulty ranging from one to five stars. When practicing, objects are highlighted on the screen to indicate the order in which they must be played. Tracks are also divided into equal parts to help users learn how to play in stages. Five different tempos can also be selected so musicians can learn at their own pace.
Finger Stomp HD reached a rank of #4 in the US music category. It has also reached the Top 50 in 29 Countries including the UK, Canada, Italy, France, and Japan.
Finger Stomp is a joint effort between three companies, greySox, ThePot and SPN Holdings. Each of these companies brings their expertise in programming and publishing, graphic design and professional studio sound, to offer the customer the most authentic urban music application available.
* Practice mode: practice at your own pace with part selection and tempo adjustment
* Export your newest beats as .wav files to use with other apps
* Upload and share your newest creations to SoundCloud
* 22 Different objects available, featuring professionally studio created authentic sounds
* Each object can be easily placed and fixed
* Sound velocity, rolling and scale can be changed
* Record and Replay Feature
* 50 different prerecorded beats to practice
* 3D Positioned Sounds
* Utilizes the acclaimed 'Drum Meister' beat engine for a seamless and responsive flow
* Animated Visual Effects
greySox also created Drum Meister, a popular Drum app that was recently featured in the YouTube hit video, "Take Me Out" by Atomic Tom, which amassed over 3.7 million views. The app has reached the Top 50 in the music category in the US, Australia, Italy, Germany, Hong Kong, Korea and 7 other countries, while also reaching Top 100 in 22 other countries. Drum Meister reached a peak rank of #90 in the overall US iTunes Store.
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 3.0 or later
* 14.1 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Finger Stomp 1.0 is $0.99 and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Music category.
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