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Alchemy Mobile 1.1.35 released, sale offers 60% off electronic sound libraries      06/09/12

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Camel Audio has announced the release of Alchemy Mobile v1.1.35, an update to their free iOS app that turns your iPhone/iPad into a synthesizer.
This update adds keyboard scales, an easy to use slide out keyboard menu, a larger menu for the iPad version and various bug fixes.
Additional new features will integrate with the upcoming Alchemy v1.5 for Mac/PC including polyphonic pitch bend for expressive, unique control of the desktop synth - especially when combined with polyphonic aftertouch - and improved Alchemy desktop preset import via single bundled file. For three days only Camel Audio is also offering a 60% discount on three of their electronic Alchemy Mobile Sound Libraries. Dubstep, Dance & Trance and BigTone are available as in-app purchases for just USD 1.99 / EUR 1.59 / GBP 1.49 (regular price USD 4.99 / EUR 3.99 / GBP 2.99).
Pricing and Availability:
Alchemy Mobile Free is now available for iPhone/iPad. Download immediately from the iTunes app store.
Alchemy Mobile Pro Upgrade is available for iPhone/iPad for just USD 14.99 / EUR 11.99 / GBP 10.49. The Pro Upgrade is available as in-app purchase from the free version.
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