Get Ready To Become Addicted To Remixing Music!
MIT Technology Group, Corp announces the release of myRMX for iPhone, and iPod Touch (iOS4) Los Angeles, CA
Released on: August 04, 2010, 6:02 am
Steven Haun / myRMX
Mobile software developer, MIT Technology Group, Corp.
announces the launch of myRMX, "a.k.a My Remix", for iPhone and iPod
Touch. myRMX brilliantly combines remixing, gaming, social sharing,
user-generated content, and personalization into one unique experience.
Fans want to connect with their favorite bands and artists want to
engage to their fans. With myRMX the two merge into one!
For its maiden Apple voyage, myRMX is providing a free version that includes two
songs: The Grouch & Eligh's "All In" and March Hare's "Lost at Sea".On "All
In", The Grouch & Eligh, part of the The Living Legends crew (a family of Bay area
independent hip-hop creators), Gift of Gab, and Pigeon John come together to rap
about standing by the proverbial river and jumping in with both feet and giving
everything to the hustle in life and music, without flinching. "Lost At Sea" is by
March Hare, an up-and-coming, progressive rock band from Las Vegas.
In the following weeks, myRMX will be releasing new mixPACKs containing songs from
artists including: Filter, Breaking Benjamin, Selena Gomez, Mix Master Mike, The
Asteroids Galaxy Tour, Shinobi Ninja, Empire ISIS, C U Next Weekend, Infected
Mushroom, and other artists from around the world.
"Of the myriad music-based games available, myRMX promises to be one of the most
fun and engaging for music fans, an excellent outlet to allow fans to collaborate in
music-making progress. We're excited to be a part of it and have our artists
Vice President - New Media and Strategic Marketing
Free Download Available at:
myRMX Feature Set uses samples from the original recording session by the artist to remix portions of
that song simple intuitive interface allowing music remixing in game-like setting In-App Purchase for additional mixPACKs (songs) as they are released users can save their mixes as mixTONEs to remix later or export to their music
library if the music owner allows users can share their saved mixTONEs (active mixes) directly from the App to their
contacts via e-mail using our free “ShareCodes”
An almost endless number of mixes can be created and shared from a single
mixPACK (song) users can e-mail their saved mixTONEs to post on Twitter, Facebook, or any other
social site using our free “ShareCodes” c omplete built-in full tutorial along with online-video tutorials
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