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Acoustica Announces Mixcraft 6 Remote

April 23, 2013
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Acoustica has released the Mixcraft 6 Remote, which allows mobile devices to operate Mixcraft 6, Mixcraft Pro Studio 6, and Mixcraft 6 Home Studio from anywhere within range of your wireless network. Compatible with Windows® and Mac®, Mixcraft 6 Remote works with iPhone®, iPad® and Android® mobile devices, including Amazon's Kindle Fire devices.

Download Mixcraft 6 Remote from iTunes®, Google Play, or the Amazon Appstore, enable the Remote App feature within Mixcraft 6 and instantly gain wireless remote control of Mixcraft's transport controls, playback position, and master volume. In addition, there are useful controls for saving a project, undo/redo, and more. Mixcraft 6 Remote's two-way interface is custom designed to give users the freedom to control Mixcraft 6 remotely at an unprecedented price point. MSRP $9.99. Product features and benefits: - Wireless remote transport control of playback, record, rewind, fast forward, undo, redo, save - Set time display to beats or time - No line of sight necessary - Move out of the studio into a creative, comfortable, isolated environment, away from unwanted computer noise and monitor hum - Control your computer from the stage in a live setting

About Mixcraft 6
Mixcraft 6 is a powerful, professional, and easy-to-use music production and multi-track recording workstation for the PC. Record unlimited tracks, arrange loops, remix tracks, compose with MIDI and virtual instruments, add effects, score and edit video, and mix and master tracks to create polished, professional compositions. Recipient of the 2013 Electronic Musicians Editors Choice Award for most innovative DAW, Mixcraft 6 includes over 6500 professionally produced loops and sound effects, 11 virtual instruments and 25 high-quality effects. Professional features include ReWire hosting, multi-take loop recording, time stretching/pitch shifting, support for unlimited hardware inputs and outputs, support for multi-channel VSTi's, and much more.
 
 
 
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