Audanika Releases Soundprism Electro

App Designed to Control Bass, Chords and Melody with Just One Tap
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Audanika, developers of the popular iPhone/iPad app SoundPrism are pleased to announce the release of a brand new addition to the SoundPrism family: Soundprism Electro.

The new app features a vastly improved sound engine, which is now capable of allowing the user to play multiple sounds at the same time while ensuring rock solid performance. SoundPrism Electro’s new input modes enable musicians to control bass, chords and melody with just one tap. Another new feature of SoundPrism Electro is the ribbon controller which enables musicians to perform more expressively. With its full support for Virtual MIDI, SoundPrism Electro is an excellent MIDI controller allowing users to control other music apps in real time. The internal sound engine can also be controlled by other MIDI capable apps or hardware controllers.

SoundPrism Electro’s brand new interactive tutorial system, which explains each part of the app step by step, reacts to users’ input and guides them through Electro’s beautiful interface.

A YouTube video which demonstrates some of the new features can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PQcPHWGKjE

SoundPrism Electro is compatible with iPad 2 and newer devices and requires iOS 8.0. Audanika is part of the team behind Audiobus, so it’s no surprise that SoundPrism Electro is fully compatible with Audiobus, including support for Audiobus state saving.

SoundPrism Electro is available at an introductory price of just $4.99/£2.99/4,49 EUR.

URL: http://soundprism.com/electro/download

Audanika’s award-winning SoundPrism apps have been downloaded more than a million times, scoring full marks in App Store reviews across the world. SoundPrism Electro aims to become an indispensable tool for songwriters or electronic musicians looking to add powerful chord progressions to their tracks.

About Audanika

Audanika GmbH creates innovative digital music instruments. At their core these instruments transform complex harmonic concepts into graphic user interfaces that are simple to pick up and fun to use, while staying deep and rewarding for anyone willing to practise to get the most out of them.