Xewton Music Studio Promo Code Giveaway (Closed)

xewton-music-studio-review2TouchMyApps is giving away 2 promo codes for Xewton Music Studio ($19.99), one of THE most fully featured and best music apps to date on the iPhone/iPod Touch.

Xewton Music Studio offers a complete music production environment on the iPhone/iPod touch with features and a sound quality previously only known to desktop applications and expensive audio hardware.

It combines a piano keyboard, 21 professionally sampled instruments with sustain, a fully fledged 128-track sequencer, a note editor, reverb, real-time effects and much more on a user-friendly interface.

Matthew most recently reviewed Xewton Music Studio and absolutely loves the app, even calling it the GarageBand for the iDevice. A lofty statement no doubt, but developer Alexander Gross may very well have unleashed an indispensable app for every musician with an iPhone. Want to get your hands on a copy? Head on inside and see how you can enter this giveaway!

Update: Congrats to our two randomly selected winners, Brendon and @jefflyndon, for snagging a copy each of the awesome Xewton Music Studio app. Enjoy it and go make some sweet music fellas! As well, a big thanks to Alexander Gross for the promo codes.

Contest Rules:

  1. This Xewton Music Studio (XMS) promo code giveaway is open to all, though you must have a valid US App Store account in order to redeem your code.
  2. To enter, check out our review of XMS here and submit a comment in this contest post below (entries left in review will not count), letting us know what your impressions are of this music app.
  3. To increase your chances of winning a copy, follow us on Twitter and tweet: RT & Follow @TouchMyApps to win 1 of 2 codes to Xewton Music Studio ($19.99). Contest details can be found here http://bit.ly/3ImUDB
  4. You may retweet this message up to 3 times a day to boost your chances, though you may only do so ONCE within any given hour.
  5. Winners will be randomly selected and the contest will close Oct 8th @ 10PM EST, 2009.
  • J:M

    This is the app that many musicians have been waiting for. This is like having Reason lite on the iPhone. After hearing that they can export files wirelessly, it begs to ask, why aren’t all programs like this doing that! No more boring bus or train rides, when you can make music while on the road!

  • Dustin

    Looks nice! I’d love to get my hands on a promo code! =)

  • Shane

    Alright, this one actually leaves me very impressed, from the look of the interface to the features described. I’ve played around with FL Studio on my computer a lot to make beats, but the thought of having a portable masterpiece like this on my new iPod to play around with is just awesome.
    I mean, real time sequencing with all those instruments? This definitely looks polished to the point of perfection with the coming updates by the dev.

  • Paul

    I’ve bought so many different music programs, including all the MooCow apps hoping for something like this. Finally!

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/nitz1583/ Nitish

    I’ve started to Make good use of my iPod Touch very Recently by Sketching, planning to do something else than listening to music.

    Making Music is Sure Fun..

  • HBB

    this is an app many professional musican have been wait for for anyone like to have a decent piano to go on their iPhone.

  • Brendon

    It looks like an awesome app that will be great for making some more complicated music

  • http://www.chordica.com Joash Chee

    Xewton Music Studio is right on top of my list of music apps that really push the boundaries of portable music-making. I salute it for daring to be ambitious in designing a feature-rich interface within the confines of the limited screen size.

    I hope very much to be able to add it to page 1 of my home screen! :)

  • Sascha

    I would so love to get this one.

  • http:/www.twitter.com/ErichD ErichD

    This app just looks “Sick.” It’s so much more than any other “sound board” or “Sound effects” app in the app store – it’s in a class by itself.

    Heck, even Garageband has learning curve, but if you’re serious about capturing the rhythm or melody while you’re stuck in a waiting room or on a bus, Xenon looks to be the app. I’d love to try a Lite version (limited instruments, no export) to make sure I could manage the interface myself.

    One ting that Alexander might consider in a 3.0 only update: Multiuser. Seriously: think about being able to collaborate with your music partner across the globe in real time. If it hooked in with Garageband, what musician wouldn’t want this?

  • http://www.palmheroes.com Jim

    I would definitely find use for it…

  • Jason X

    This app is easily the closest thing to GarageBand the device will ever get, and it’s amazing!

  • GK

    I’d love to try this app. I’ve been an musician for 20 years.

  • http://www.talljg.com talljg

    Nice app!

  • Joshua Arnao

    This looks incredible,I really wanna win this!

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