iKaossilator App Half-Price Sale

Korg announces a 50% discount in effect until Halloween      26/10/12

iKaossilator App Half-Price Sale


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Korg has announced a special global Halloween sale for its iKaossilator App. They tell us that from October 25th through October 31st, musicians can scare up this popular app at a special $9.99 sale price. That's 50% off. Here's how Korg describes the App in their own words...
The iKaossilator is an expressive music synthesizer app offering 150 diverse sounds, combined with a five-part loop sequencer for creating multi-part tracks. As with all of Korg's powerful and fun Kaoss products, the iKaossilator lets users make music by tapping or sliding a finger on its X-Y touchpad. This intuitive form of control is instantly rewarding, and allows users to quickly create multi-part tracks regardless of their instrumental training.
For added flexibility and sharing, SoundCloud and iPad compatibility are included, as well as an Audio Copy feature, which provides an easy way to copy audio data between musical instrument apps.
Moving a finger across the iKaossilator horizontally will generally control the pitch, while vertical movements will control various synthesis and sound parameters. Musical phrases can be easily played by choosing one of 35 musical scales and selecting a musical "Key" or "Root".
The loop sequencer allows up to five musical parts to be recorded and layered as a "track." Fifty loops created by professional musicians help get things started quickly; a loop sequencer is also included for live performance.
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