New Release Announcements
Ottawa, Canada – Anytune, the ultimate music practice iOS app for musicians of all kinds, just got even better. Anytune 3.7 is the first music practice app to offer the ability to stream live audio directly to other Audiobus-compatible apps such as Apple’s GarageBand. Anytune joins the Audiobus app community by live streaming tempo, pitch and equalizer adjusted audio to other Audiobus-compatible apps.
Audiobus allows users to easily connect the output of one Audiobus-compatible iOS app into the input of another, playing a synthesizer live into a looper or multi-track recorder, or using one app to manipulate the live output of another.
“Many of our customers love using Anytune’s high quality tempo and pitch adjustment to play along with their favourite tracks.” cites co-founder and CTO Sean Kormilo. “With Audiobus support, our customers will now be able to use their favourite Audiobus-compatible effects apps to manipulate their sound, use Anytune to provide the backing track, and then record the whole mix using GarageBand or another Audiobus-compatiable DAW!”
Musicians worldwide use Anytune to learn to play, transcribe and practice songs by slowing down the tempo, adjusting the pitch, repeating loops, setting navigation marks and sharing timed comments using their favorite tracks. The first app to offer features normally found on expensive desktop software, Anytune is consistently ranked as the highest-rated music practice app on the Apple App Store.
Anystone Technologies created Anytune to enhance the music learning experience by leveraging the latest tablet and smartphone technology. Copyright (C) 2013 Anystone Technologies. 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.
Anytune Continues to Break Records with the Launch of Anytune(TM) 3.5 for iOS (via PR Newswire)
OTTAWA, Ontario, Dec. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Anytune, the ultimate music practice iOS app for musicians of all kinds, just got even better. Continuing its mission of bringing desktop-quality features to the iPhone and iPad, Anytune 3.5 is the first music practice app to offer the ability to…
Ottawa, Ontario (PRWEB) July 10, 2012
Anytune, the ultimate music practice iOS app for musicians of all kinds, just got better. Musicians worldwide use Anytune to learn to play or transcribe songs by slowing down the tempo, adjusting the pitch, repeating loops, setting navigation marks and sharing timed comments using their favorite tracks. Musicians love being able to slow down mp3 music with Anytune. The first app to offer features normally found on expensive desktop software, Anytune is consistently ranked as the highest-rated music practice app on the Apple App Store. […]
Anystone Technologies, Inc. announces Anytune is now Universal and is optimized to run on all iPhone OS devices. Anytune 1.4, an update to their popular music learning app for iPhone and iPod touch, now runs natively on the iPad and features a new user interface that is even more beautiful, intuitive and easy to use. The iPad is an excellent platform to take advantage of Anytune’s rich suite of capabilities which continues to expand and improve the music learning experience.
Ottawa, CA May 13, 2011 in Music
[prMac.com] Ottawa, Canada – Anytune, the music learning App that allows you to slow down your music, is now integrated with Twitter, Facebook, email and SMS. Tweet your favorite pitch/tempo setting to your followers. Mark up any song and email your notes to a band member or student. Import tempo and pitch Settings, Audiomarks and Loopmarks from an email with one click. Anytune continues to improve the music learning experience and now lets you share online.
Ottawa, Ontario – April 24, 2011 – Anystone has announced an update to Anytune Pro for iOS. Playing along with music on your iPhone of iPod touch has never been easier. Now set, name and navigate through Audiomarks and Loopmarks you create in your favorite song. Anytune now gives you more control to slow down your music and speed up your learning. Create a Loopmark or an Audiomark anywhere in a song, give it a name, and include it in your practice routine until you can nail it at 1.5 times the tempo.
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