Wednesday, May 20, 2009

SF Music Tech Conference

I went to the SF Music Tech Conference on Monday and just saw this video today. If you look really closely you will catch a glimpse of the Mule's backside around 32 seconds. It was a great conference, I met a lot of cool people, and got some great insight into the future of music and technology.

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Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Docjazz Strikes Again

Our good friend @docjazz4 has made another awesome video. This time using both Leaf Trombone and Ocarina in an auto-harmonization. It's quite a beautiful performance if I do say so myself.

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@hannahsteiman of Inc. Magazine wrote a Blog Post today saying they are wondering what people's favorite apps are. They will publish favorite responses to the post in their magazine, so get creative!!

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Leaf Trombone is now Free!

Leaf Trombone: Lite & Free was released today! Now you can enjoy MOST of the amazing features available for the full 99 cents. You can play "Auld Lang Syne" to your heart's content in "Play a Song" mode, "Observe" as many judging sessions as you would like, and of course "Free Play" is still there. If you want to browse the extensive catalog of Leaf Trombone Songs, perform on the "World Stage", or Judge others you'll have to open up that pocket book, but the extra features are definitely worth the dollar!

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Smule in LA Times

Wow Los Angeles is really hooking it up! This great article just came out today thanks to Dan Fost, a Technology writer and blogger for many high end publications. He came and spent a day with Ge and Smule to write this article. A good time had by all as per usual.

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Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Smule featured on CNBC

Ge appeared on CNBC on Monday, May 4 at 11:56 a.m. The piece talks about the upcoming Apple software updates and does a small feature on Ge and Leaf Trombone. A great piece overall - one of the broadcasters said they loved Smule! Well isn't that cool? The guy who created Trism is also in there. Check it out!

Here's the video, if you are using a mac it might not work to well, just click the video and hit the spacebar to get it going.