Sign Up To Beta Test A New Mastering App

Positive Grid announces a Mastering App for iOS and open beta program      16/01/14
Sign Up To Beta Test A New Mastering App


The creative forces behind Positive Grid, the developer of JamUp and BIAS for iOS, have created a new Mastering App and now open up to collect feedback from mastering engineers, production gurus and iOS music enthusiasts.

The company says that the Mastering App consists of a mobile-first mastering suite from the ground up that combines nuanced techniques of mastering with Positive Grid's expertise on mobile design. Positive Grid is looking for experienced and talented individuals who want to join to shape this project and be a part of the beta testing program.

In exchange, beta testers will:

  • Have exclusive access to early development of a groundbreaking app from one of the fastest growing music technology companies.
  • Participate actively with Positive Grid's engineering and product team, provide input and be in the front row of a Mastering App development process.
  • Be featured in the final Mastering App credits.
  • Receive a Mastering App promo code when released.

 

If you have an iPad or iPad mini with iOS 7 and would like to join, just sign up at the URL listed below. Only 50 slots will be available.

About Positive Grid: Based in California, with satellite operations in Germany and Taiwan, Positive Grid focuses on delivering superior and highly creative mobile music experiences. Since 2008, the company has designed and developed a core technology base and is currently expanding it to various applications. Positive Grid's best-known product range, featuring the JamUp multi-effects guitar app and interface, is now distributed in over 60 countries around the world.

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