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Symphony for iPhone

Posted by Mikers On January - 14 - 2015

screen640x640Symphony doubles as a music sketchbook and a multi-track studio that fits conveniently inside your pocket. We’ve made it the most elegant and powerful way to compose music on a handheld device.

To add a note, select a note length and tap anywhere on the score. Use the built-in keyboard, guitar, or a Core MIDI compatible keyboard to quickly enter notes and chords using step-entry or in real-time recording mode. Using this mode, you can play-in a part with the built-in keyboard to quickly capture a musical idea and have it automatically transcribed onto the score.

If you want to continue an existing project, import a Symphony/Symphony Pro, MusicXML, or MIDI file from your computer or from another app like Mail, DropBox, or Safari.

With Symphony, you can create a wide range of musical elements in your composition, including dynamics and articulations, time and key signature changes, clef changes, repeats, arpeggiated chords, glissandos, tuplets, tempo changes, sustain pedal, similes, and pickup measures. Furthermore, you can also create and edit chord symbols, lyrics, and annotations using the iPhone’s standard keyboard.

When you’re done composing, print out your score, or export your project as an AAC, PDF, MusicXML, MIDI or Symphony file. Share your song with a friend via email or SoundCloud, or send it directly to your computer with iTunes File Sharing.

Feature Highlights:

• 100+ built-in instruments
• Up to 15 instruments, 45 staves, and 4 voices/layers per composition
• Edit using standard music notation, guitar tabs, and percussion notation
• Add or edit notes by tapping on the score or by playing a built-in keyboard, guitar, bass guitar, or a connected Core MIDI instrument (requires Camera Connection Kit or Midi Mobilizer™ II)
• Record a part in real-time with a built-in instrument or a connected Core MIDI instrument
• Import MusicXML, MIDI, MXL, or Symphony/Symphony Pro projects
• Export as a PDF, MusicXML, MIDI, AAC, or Symphony file
• Multi-track copy/paste
• Edit, view, and play your score in portrait or landscape
• Make any number of tracks invisible to view only the particular staves you want at a given time
• Familiar gestures and convenient shortcuts for navigating menus
• Reorder and reposition staves vertically
• Tons of articulations and dynamics to fine-tune the playback of your composition
• Add grace notes and custom noteheads
• Edit the length or pitch of multiple notes and rests at once using multi-note select
• Delete a note, measure, or an entire selection area at once
• Loop playback between specific measures
• Metronome click during playback and recording, with a customizable volume level
• Undo/Redo almost any editing operation
• In Select Mode, tap on a measure with two fingers to add a time or key signature change, clef change, repeat, alternate ending, or double barline
• Chord symbol, lyric, and annotation tools
• Fully customizable stem directions and beam groups
• Transposing instruments and concert pitch options
• Change the tempo or clef at any point in the score
• Print an entire score from your iPhone with AirPrint
• Stream audio or share your screen wirelessly with AirPlay to compatible speakers, stereo systems, AV receivers, Apple TV, or other devices
• Create your own custom project template or use a built-in one
• Customizable chord symbol, lyric, and annotation sizes
• Auto-save
• Built-in manual

More Info:

• More information at symphonypro.net/iphone
• Discuss the app at forums.symphonypro.net
• Visit us on Facebook at facebook.com/symphonyapp

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