Stryke for iPad has been released
The Retronyms finally released on the AppStore their new Stryke music app for iPad.
Stryke, that we briefly introduced a few days ago (see this news), allows you to play on your iPad just like on a piano, a guitar, a synth… The Retronyms doesn’t say much about the capacities of this app, they only say that it features a collection of sounds that you can strum, pluck or shred, and they add that Stryke is Tabletop ready. Videos posted on YouTube let us think that the sounds are 80s-oriented.
Stryke is available for $2.99 on the AppStore and The Retronyms wish to create a community of users who can film themselves and post their creation using #StrykeShred.
You’ll find info about Stryke on blog.retronyms.com. Note that the Summer of Epic is only beginning, The Retronyms announce a surprise for Arturia fans, and the eagerly-awaited iMPC Pro which is still under development.
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