Offers Free iOS Programming Guide for Developers
Cambridge, MA (December 20, 2011) - iZotope, Inc., a leading innovator in digital audio signal processing, announces the release of six iOS software developer kits (SDKs) and a free guide to audio programming for iOS. “By releasing licensable SDKs and a free guide for iOS Audio development, iZotope is providing iOS developers with high-quality, easy-to-use audio effects and resources for their apps,” says Alex Westner, iZotope’s Director of Business Development. “With hundreds of thousands of applications being released into the market every month, the world of mobile development has become an extremely competitive environment. Superior audio quality is essential for distinguishing top apps from the masses.”
While iZotope has already licensed audio DSP technology to clients such as Smule for “I Am T-Pain”, Audiofile Engineering for “FiRe and FiRe 2,” and Sonoma Wire Works for “GuitarTone,” iZotope is excited to bring tools to the market for the beginner and experienced developers alike.
What’s in the SDKs?
Pricing and Availability:
For pricing information on iZotope’s iOS SDKs please contact iZotope Technical Sales Representative Scott Simon at email@example.com
To learn more about iZotope’s iOS SDKs or to download the iOS Audio Programming Guide, visit www.izotope.com/iOS
The iOS Audio Programming Guide can also be found via iBooks on your iPhone or iPad.
About iZotope, Inc.
iZotope is a research-driven audio technology company based in Boston, Massachusetts. Its award-winning products and audio technologies are used by millions of people in over 50 countries, from consumers to musicians to major film, TV, and radio studios. Some of the diverse clients include musical giants like BT, Depeche Mode, and RZA of WuTang Clan; radio stations like Boston's iconic WGBH; and TV programming like CBS's Survivor, the Discovery Channel's Deadliest Catch, the World Cup broadcast, and the GRAMMY awards. Through an extensive licensing program, iZotope technology is also directly integrated into products made by industry-leaders such as Adobe, Avid, and Sony; video games from companies like Harmonix and Ubisoft; as well as a growing number of mobile phone applications. For more information on iZotope products, visit