[NAMM] A.I.R. Music Technology Ignite
A.I.R. Music Technology has introduced Ignite, a new software solution for music creation.
Ignite is a standalone music ideation and creation software. According to the company, "it’s not another DAW with complicated controls or engineering-centric workflow. In fact, it’s not a DAW at all."
Songs can then be exported to a sequencer or DAW if desired.
Ignite 1.0 is focused specifically on the keyboardist’s workflow. Beginning in Q3 of 2012, all M-Audio keyboard controllers will ship with Ignite included, and other brands in the inMusic family will include Ignite with select products.
This initial product release will be followed by a number of scheduled releases designed to address the complete music creation process. These processes span content access, music creation, collaboration, finishing, publishing and live performance for both keyboard-based musicians and those recording audio from analog sources.
A.I.R. will unveil Ignite at Booth 800 at the 2012 Summer NAMM show in Nashville, Tennessee, July 12-14.
More information: inMusic
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