April 27, 2016 in Health and Fitness (E)
[prMac.com] Montreal, Canada - Available today for iPhone and iPad, TaoMix 2 makes it easy for anyone to create their own immersive, uniquely personal relaxing soundscapes that will transport them around the world, from the highest mountains to the ocean's depths.
In this sequel to the first TaoMix app, users can collect and mix more than 100 carefully handpicked sounds to create dynamic soundscapes that evolve over time, for a greater immersion. They can also record and mix their own sounds to create truly unique and memorable soundscapes that can be shared with the world via Facebook, Twitter or by email. The timer can be used to fall asleep or to set a time limit to a relaxation, meditation or yoga sessions and an Apple Watch Extension allows to play soundscapes and switch between them, without having to launch the iOS app.
"TaoMix 2 pushes the immersive experience one step further by adding randomness and customization to the soundscapes, while keeping a sleek and simple design, said Sebastien Mourey, co-founder of inookta studio. "Greater immersion leads to a better relaxation."
* Easily create dynamic soundscapes that evolve over time
* Collect and mix more than 100 carefully handpicked sounds
* Option to generate random soundscapes
* Record sounds from your own life and surroundings to create truly unique and memorable soundscapes
* Share your creations with the world
Pricing and Availability
TaoMix 2 (v2.0.0) is available for free on the App Store in English and French, and is compatible with iPhone 4s and later, and iPad 2 and later. While the app offers enough free content to create a wide variety of soundscapes, some sound packs need to be purchased.
inookta is an indie studio based in Montreal, Canada, whose mission is to create intuitive digital tools for sound exploration. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2016 inookta studio inc. 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. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.