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Fiddlewax Blue has gone free!

Adam Kumpf, the developer of the most excellent Fiddlewax Pro (which I written about here and here) has just made one of his previous apps, Fiddlewax Blue, absolutely free! In what I consider to be a great gesture, Adam has decided that he would like to do what he can to make Fiddlewax Blue available to students and school classrooms as a teaching device. As any parents out there must know, schools here in the States are constantly under budget constraints, and simply do not have adequate finances available to purchase iPad apps for their students to use in classrooms. So, Adam just went ahead and made it free for all!

I'd previously mentioned how much I admired the work and dedication that Adam has put into the Fiddlewax Pro app, listening to his customers and implementing many suggestions from the community. This act of kindness today just solidifies the fact that this guy is all right in my book. Thanks Adam!


If you're curious, here are some of the features of Fiddlewax Blue:

- 8 play modes from simple to advanced (6 - 48 chords).8 built-in instruments + 4 user-recorded instruments.

- Record and share up to two minutes of your music.

- Select key root note + 8 scale modes (Major, Minor, etc.).

- Realtime MIDI output via WiFi and MIDI file saving.

- Virtual MIDI support (send MIDI out to other iOS apps).

- Realtime audio scope (time, frequency, and octave modes).

- Great for all experience levels, from beginners to experts.

- Precision interface optimized for 10-finger multitouch.

- Uses device language (English, Spanish, French, or German).

If you download Fiddlewax Blue, please consider leaving a review in the App Store for the app. It's the least you can do for getting such a cool app for free! You can find a link to the app in the App Store below.

[app 814998374]


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