SuperMegaUltraGroovy Capo 1.1
SuperMegaUltraGroovy has updated Capo to include support for iPad as well as improved graphics for current generation iPhone and iPod touch.
Now available in the iTunes App Store, Capo 1.1 allows musicians to choose music from their iTunes library and learn how to play it by ear.
Capo 1.1 allows musicians to slow the music down to a tempo that's comfortable for them to play, change the pitch to match their tuning or range, insert markers, and set loops, helping to quickly learn specific passages or riffs. Capo can load songs directly from the iTunes library or from the currently playing track in the iPod application.
Capo 1.1 is a universal app, so customers who have bought version 1.0 will get iPad functionality for free. New customers will enjoy iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad functionality by purchasing the single app.
Pricing & Availability
Capo 1.1 is available now on the iTunes App Store for $19.99.
Visit capoapp.com/iphone.html for more information.
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