October 10, 2011 in Music (E)
[prMac.com] Orange County, California - Pulse Code is proud to announce the release and immediate worldwide availability of their first major update for Rhythm Studio. The broad collection of virtual instruments such as full 808 drum machine, 303 synthesizer, sample based synthesizer, XY style control pad, and mixer with FX is now expanded with the DR-9, the 909 style drum machine and the Hornet ribbon synthesizer.
Right after the initial release, Rhythm Studio has been well received in the world music community and became number one music application for the iPad in 12 countries and stayed at the top of the iPhone and iPad charts for weeks upon release. This time Rhythm Studio presents to its users a wide range of new features such as export to audio paste, emailing song file, locking song, and linear knob control. All these new additions provide users with even more satisfying music experience and make the whole creative process a breeze.
The number of music instruments per song has been increased to four. Users now have the ability to choose which instruments are in each song. Mixer and Control Pad functionality and design has been streamlined. Rhythm Studio perfectly suits anyone who is passionate about music and wants to create their own sounds with ease.
"The latest major update of Rhythm Studio takes the app to an entirely new level allowing users to be more creative while exploring vintage sounds and different synthesis styles." - said William Iturzaeta, Application Architect
* Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
* Requires iOS 4.0 or later.
* 11.0 MB
Pricing and availability:
Rhythm Studio 1.03 is $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide, exclusively through the App Store in the Music category. The release is celebrated with a 75% discount in the first week of its introduction.
With headquarters in Orange County, CA, Pulse Code creates inventive musical applications for the iOS platform. The professional team of Pulse Code is passionate about electronic music and the instruments that create it. Their goal is to spread this appreciation to new and inspired minds. Pulse Code has its roots in homebrew audio development since 2005. Copyright (C) 2011 Pulse Code. 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.