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Leading music instrument company has created multiple iPhone® and iPad® apps to provide users with the ability to create music in the palm of their hands
Melville, NY (November 30, 2011) – Korg, technological leaders that create the finest electronic musical instruments, has developed an assembly of music apps. Each has been designed to offer users the ability to create and edit their own tunes in the easiest and highest-quality way, while on-the-go.
iKaossilator for iPhone® 2.0 (also compatible with iPad® and iPod Touch®) – Just announced-version 2.0 for iKaossilator. iKaossilator takes advantage of your iOS device’s touchscreen to mimic the functions of an X-Y touchpad. This synthesizer tool offers 150 diverse sounds, and is controlled by touching, sliding or tapping a finger on the onscreen X-Y touchpad, which allows users to quickly create, loop and stack musical phrases regardless of their experience. Version 2 is a free upgrade. For new users, the app is available for $9.99 – iTunes (Discounted price until Dec 31, 2011)
New features added in Version 2 include:
iElectribe Gorillaz Edition iPad 1.5 – Building upon their first app entry (iElectribe), Korg more recently collaborated with the popular virtual band Gorillaz to reenergize the interface and sound set to match their eclectic style. This virtual analog beatbox for iPad® makes song creation easy, fun and intuitive. Users simply choose from several built in sounds and samples, and simply tap their way to groove creation. $9.99 – iTunes (Limited 10,000)
For more information on Korg and its inventive iPhone and iPad app offerings, please contact PR representative Kristen Bean at firstname.lastname@example.org or 305-371-9736 ext. 123.
For nearly fifty years, Korg has created innovative electronic music products, from simple-to-use tuners to the most advanced keyboard instruments on the planet. Designed by musicians for musicians, Korg products are intuitive and easy to use. Our instruments are used thousands of times a day, on stage and in the studio, day after day, by musicians and consumers around the globe.