TouchMyApps is giving away 10 copies of 50in1 Piano, an intuitive app that’ll help (aspiring) musicians learn how to play the piano. Developed by Alexander Gross, creator of the powerful and GarageBand-like Xewton Music Studio for the iPhone, 50in1 Piano will also allow users to record their own songs thanks to the numerous instruments and drum beats found within.
Learn to play the piano, create your own songs and even sing to your compositions! 50in1 Piano lets you do all that with one single app!
It combines a piano keyboard, 50 studio-quality instruments, 100 piano lessons, real-time effects, 100 beat loops and much more in a user-friendly interface.
So if you’ve always wanted to be a little more proficient playing the piano, or fancy creating your own beats on the iDevice, 50in1 Piano is a fun and versatile app that’s also affordable ($1.99). Check out the full contest details on how to enter after the break!
Alexander Gross, 50in1 Piano, Size: 182 MB – $1.99
TouchMyApps is giving away 20 copies (thats right, 20!) of Xewton Music Studio ($19.99), a truly amazing music production app that is essentially a miniature Garage Band on the iPhone/iPod Touch. For those who’ve missed our review, here’s what Matthew had to say:
Xewton Music Studio is a fine example of an application that works well on the iDevice thanks to its intuitive touchscreen. Everything perfectly executed, it’s the epitome/prime example of the possibilities on the App Store. I’ll say it once and I’ll say it 1,000 times: if you’re a striving musician/music composer or just an average Joe who just wants to show off the capabilities of the iDevice, the you can’t go wrong with XMS.
Xewton has also just been updated with several improvements, including the very handy MIDI Import feature. With 20 promo codes for us to hand out, your chances of scoring one is quite sweet indeed. Contest rules can be found after the break. Good Luck, my aspiring musician friend!
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: We’re giving away 20 copies of XMS! Click here for details
Oh, how far we’ve come. It seems just like yesterday (maybe because it was yesterday), that I asked myself if GarageBand, or at least some form of it, would make its way onto the iDevice. Well, my friends, there is in-fact an app for that, and it goes by the name of Xewton Music Studio.