Handheld Audio Workstation

energyXT Indammixx Version runs on the Samsung Q1 Ultra      22/07/08

Handheld Audio Workstation


Buying Choices
XT Software AS have been in touch to tell us that they have signed an agreement with Trinity Audio Group Inc to integrate energyXT Indamixx Version, a super compact DAW (Digital Audio Workstation), with Indamixx, a handheld and portable Linux studio based on Samsung Q1 Ultra.
The company say that energyXT is a fast and small application, and is therefore perfect for use on this handheld studio. The full featured Indamixx with energyXT inside, will open up an entire new usage of music creation tools.
"I made more music on the Indamixx in one weekend, than I did in a month with my other computer. Whether using the touch screen or hooking up my MIDI keyboard, making music on this ultra mobile computer is just awesome..."
Jørgen Aase - creator of EnergyXT
"energyXT is a perfect match with Indamixx" says Ronald Stewart representing Trinity Audio Group.
About XT Software AS
XT Software is a multimedia company delivering true community-based music software. Founded in 2006, the company puts the needs of the user in focus, rather that the needs of the software developers. The main product of the company, to be found on Indamixx, is the award winning DAW energyXT, which was first released in 2003. The company is based in Oslo, Norway, and sells products worldwide.
About Trinity Audio Group Inc.
Trinity Audio Group Inc. is a Washington state corporation specializing in the production and marketing of affordable, innovative field recorders and portable digital audio workstations.
Pricing and Availability:
Indamixx with energyXT inside is in sale worldwide from today, 21 July 2008. More information:



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