Leisuresonic has released its music application for the iPhone and iPod touch, Cosmovox. Cosmovox is a unique and innovative motion-controlled musical instrument which utilizes the accelerometer of the iPhone as its primary musical control. Cosmovox is a fully-featured professional-quality synthesizer which can be played using over 30 different musical scales from around the World. Cosmovox is now available for purchase at the Apple App Store.
Portland, Oregon September 8, 2008 -- Leisuresonic, a Media Creation Software Company, has announced Cosmovox, a unique and innovative motion-controlled musical instrument for the iPhone and iPod touch. Cosmovox is now available via Apple Computer's App Store.
"The musical potential of the iPhone and iPod touch is amazing." Said Christopher Penrose, Concerned Parent (CEO) of Leisuresonic. "You have a powerful microprocessor, touch screen, elegant application API, cd-quality audio output, wireless internet, and an accelerometer literally in the palm of your hand. It is hard not to be inspired by the iPhone and its rich musical possibilities. We are confident that Cosmovox does justice to the potential of the iPhone; it is an accessible yet richly subtle musical instrument."
Cosmovox utilizes the accelerometer of the iPhone to provide control of a fully-featured professional-quality synthesizer. Performers can select from over 30 different musical scales selected from around the World. Cosmovox has nine multi-touch controls which provide real-time control of its synthesizer and musical scale. Cosmovox is readily playable by musicians or amateurs by using simple hand motions. A video demonstration is available below:
Cosmovox is now available for purchase at the Apple App Store at the introductory price of (US) $1.99
For additional information on Cosmovox, visit http://leisuresonic.com/cosmovox/
About Leisuresonic: Leisuresonic is based in the Pacific Northwest of the United States in Portland, Oregon. We are a privately held company with exclusive rights to a substantial body of digital audio and video research innovations. Our current focus is to develop and market media creation software: digital musical instruments, signal processors and media composition instruments for MacOS X and iPhoneOS platforms.
Christopher Penrose, Concerned Parent (CEO)