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HarmonyWiz / HarmonyWiz 1.0.2 Updated Now Available!
« Last post by Admin on July 11, 2014, 07:23:05 am »
HarmonyWiz for iPad has been updated to V 1.0.2 You can get the app here!
http://www.wizdommusic.com/products/harmonywiz.html

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HarmonyWiz / HarmonyWiz 1.0.1 Update Released
« Last post by Admin on July 02, 2014, 02:44:25 pm »
HarmonyWiz has been updated. 

Version 1.0.1 is now available in the app store.
• Auto-fix in expert mode as well as easy mode. In expert mode the time-out period is longer however.
• New auto-fix methods. Relax rules at specific harmonic locations.
• Relax prepare and resolves rules on chords with attributes set.
• Change name of sound pack in-app purchases from ThumbJam pack to Wizdom acoustic.
• After MIDI import, automatically choose note types.
• "Force attributes" title changed to "Change attributes”.
• "Arrange chord now" button added to Change attributes menu.
• Improved harmonic results when notes outside of the key signature are used.
• Stability improvements.

Thanks for using HarmonyWiz. We love hearing from you. Contact us at support@harmonywiz.com
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SampleWiz / SampleWiz Update 1.4.1
« Last post by Admin on July 01, 2014, 10:02:46 pm »
Samplewiz has been updated.

Version 1.4.1 is now available in the app store. This version has stability improvements for iOS 7

http://www.wizdommusic.com/products/samplewiz.html
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HarmonyWiz / More Reviews For HarmonyWiz!
« Last post by Admin on June 19, 2014, 01:33:33 am »
METALLIFE.COM (6/15)
http://metallife.com/dream-theaters-jordan-rudess-releases-creative-new-app-harmonywiz/
DREAM THEATER’s Jordan Rudess Releases Creative New App ‘HARMONYWIZ’
 
HarmonyWiz –the latest app for iOS devices by Wizdom Music’s Jordan Rudess, the Keyboardist, Seaboardist and Continuum player for Grammy-nominated prog rock/metal icons Dream Theater, and developer  Ruben Zilibowitz–was released today (June 13) via iTunes. To purchase and download the app, visit: http://tinyurl.com/nlr4cvs.
HarmonyWiz lets users paint a symphony and orchestrate their music in one touch. This app is an advanced harmonic generator which can create multi-part harmony, all just from inputting a single musical line. You can paint your music in or play it from a piano style keyboard. You compose it and HarmonyWiz will arrange it!
Besides the fact that HarmonyWiz is entertaining and fun for all ages, it is also a valuable educational tool for music students and can be used for advanced editing by industry professionals. After an arrangement is created, the app provides harmonic analysis and displays a notation system known as Figured Bass. Enter the Expert mode and you will have access to manage all the tracks in your arrangement with our editing tools. Select different preset sound ensembles or create your own. HarmonyWiz features the Baroque style and sounds from Jordan’s personal library. Your introduction to HarmonyWiz here: http://tinyurl.com/pw5lgpm.
Jordan Rudess explains, “I always felt that a composer’s thought process would be fascinating to capture in code. I’ve wanted to do an app like this for a long time and, upon meeting developer, Ruben Zilibowitz, I knew it was finally going to be possible. Ruben has spent years studying classical music texts such as Schoenberg’s Theory of Harmony. He started by writing out four-part phrases by hand. Eventually, he was able to translate this process into computer code that could generate natural musical phrases. Partnering with him was the key to us being able to offer this bit of music magic. Through hours of sitting at the piano, studying my own compositional method, to Ruben’s tireless coding we believe we have achieved something truly unique and inspiring.”
Ruben Zilibowitz adds: “Wizdom Music has helped me take my ideas to the next level. Jordan Rudess is an awesome musician with a deep interest in technology. He is exactly the kind of person I needed to partner up with. I sincerely hope everyone loves what we came up with together as much as I do.”
HarmonyWiz features:
• Offers a unique, assisted composition engine
• Place guide notes in any track including the melody or bass lines
• Force chords to have certain degrees or inversions
• Choose from five different harmonic styles: Baroque, Contemporary, Smooth, Free, And Open
• Non-harmonic tones such as passing notes or suspension notes
• Built in multi-touch keyboards in both chromatic layout and harmonic
• Supports the use of accidentals
• Supports simple and compound meters
• Supports major and minor keys
• Displays harmonic rhythm
• Multiple undo and redo
• MIDI in and MIDI out support
• AudioBus support
• AudioShare support
• Ten built-in instruments including orchestral and electronic sounds
• More instrument packs available for in-app purchase
• SoundCloud sharing
Jordan Rudess’ Wizdom Music is also the creator of the top-selling synth-app MorphWiz which won first place in the category of “Best Music Creation App” in the 2010 Billboard Music App Awards, “Best Musical App” in the Best App Ever Awards and best “IPhone/Ipad/Itouch” app in the Electronic Musician’s 2011 Editor’s Choice Awards. In addition to MorphWiz, Wizdom Music has also released the popular music apps SampleWiz, GeoSynth, Jordan Rudess Explores, EarWizard, SpaceWiz, and Tachyon.
Learn more and purchase HarmonyWiz at: www.wizdommusic.com
For more information, contact:
Wizdom Music: info@wizdommusic.com
www.wizdommusic.com
www.jordanrudess.com
https://twitter.com/jcrudess
www.facebook.com/jordanrudessofficial
www.youtube.com/jcrudess
www.dreamtheater.net
 
 
MUSICJUNKIESPRESS.COM (6/15)
http://musicjunkiepress.wordpress.com/2014/06/15/check-out-the-amazing-new-app-harmonywiz-by-jordan-rudess-of-dream-theater/
Check out the amazing new app “HarmonyWiz” by Jordan Rudess of Dream Theater
 
HarmonyWiz –the latest app for iOS devices by Wizdom Music’s Jordan Rudess, the Keyboardist, Seaboardist and Continuum player for Grammy-nominated prog rock/metal icons Dream Theater, and developer  Ruben Zilibowitz–was released today (June 13) via iTunes. To purchase and download the app, visit: http://tinyurl.com/nlr4cvs.
HarmonyWiz lets users paint a symphony and orchestrate their music in one touch. This app is an advanced harmonic generator which can create multi-part harmony, all just from inputting a single musical line. You can paint your music in or play it from a piano style keyboard. You compose it and HarmonyWiz will arrange it!
Besides the fact that HarmonyWiz is entertaining and fun for all ages, it is also a valuable educational tool for music students and can be used for advanced editing by industry professionals. After an arrangement is created, the app provides harmonic analysis and displays a notation system known as Figured Bass. Enter the Expert mode and you will have access to manage all the tracks in your arrangement with our editing tools. Select different preset sound ensembles or create your own. HarmonyWiz features the Baroque style and sounds from Jordan’s personal library. Check out this cool video introduction to HarmonyWiz here:
 
Jordan Rudess explains, “I always felt that a composer’s thought process would be fascinating to capture in code. I’ve wanted to do an app like this for a long time and, upon meeting developer, Ruben Zilibowitz, I knew it was finally going to be possible. Ruben has spent years studying classical music texts such as Schoenberg’s Theory of Harmony. He started by writing out four-part phrases by hand. Eventually, he was able to translate this process into computer code that could generate natural musical phrases. Partnering with him was the key to us being able to offer this bit of music magic. Through hours of sitting at the piano, studying my own compositional method, to Ruben’s tireless coding we believe we have achieved something truly unique and inspiring.”
Ruben Zilibowitz adds: “Wizdom Music has helped me take my ideas to the next level. Jordan Rudess is an awesome musician with a deep interest in technology. He is exactly the kind of person I needed to partner up with. I sincerely hope everyone loves what we came up with together as much as I do.”
HarmonyWiz features:
• Offers a unique, assisted composition engine
• Place guide notes in any track including the melody or bass lines
• Force chords to have certain degrees or inversions
• Choose from five different harmonic styles: Baroque, Contemporary, Smooth, Free, And Open
• Non-harmonic tones such as passing notes or suspension notes
• Built in multi-touch keyboards in both chromatic layout and harmonic
• Supports the use of accidentals
• Supports simple and compound meters
• Supports major and minor keys
• Displays harmonic rhythm
• Multiple undo and redo
• MIDI in and MIDI out support
• AudioBus support
• AudioShare support
• Ten built-in instruments including orchestral and electronic sounds
• More instrument packs available for in-app purchase
• SoundCloud sharing
Jordan Rudess’ Wizdom Music is also the creator of the top-selling synth-app MorphWiz which won first place in the category of “Best Music Creation App” in the 2010 Billboard Music App Awards, “Best Musical App” in the Best App Ever Awards and best “IPhone/Ipad/Itouch” app in the Electronic Musician’s 2011 Editor’s Choice Awards. In addition to MorphWiz, Wizdom Music has also released the popular music apps SampleWiz, GeoSynth, Jordan Rudess Explores, EarWizard, SpaceWiz, and Tachyon.
Learn more and purchase HarmonyWiz at: www.wizdommusic.com

IOSMARS.COM (6/17)
http://main.iosmars.com/2014/06/17/harmonywiz-review-new-app-from-jordan-rudess/
 
HarmonyWiz review – New app from Jordan Rudess
June 17, 2014 12:26 am ⋅ Leave a Comment ⋅ Sean Garland
Wizdom Music, the developers behind SampleWiz, SpaceWiz, MorphWiz, and Geo Synthesizer among others, have just released their newest app, HarmonyWiz.
Harmony Wiz is a "harmonic generator", that builds entire multi-part accompaniments by way of several input options. The stated aim of this app is to provide an app that is both "entertaining and fun for all ages, but also a valuable educational tool for music students and can be used for advanced editing by industry professionals". From my time playing with this app, both by myself and with my young kids, I can say that they have hit the mark.
As you are likely aware, Wizdom Music is the app development company led by Jordan Rudess, keyboardist of the band Dream Theater. In the promo video below, Jordan gives a solid overview of the features of HarmonyWiz (and thereby saving me time writing about everything!):
 
OK, so in case you didn't watch the video, here's a quick rundown of how HarmonyWiz works. The melody of your song can be created by either "painting" a line that represents the overall flow of the notes, or you can use the keyboard. Part of the dazzle of HarmonyWiz is the "magic brush" method. By simply dragging your finger from left to right, you can create the melody of your song. By controlling the speed in which you drag across, and the Y-axis peaks and valleys, HarmonyWiz will select the notes based on the scale you've chosen (in the Settings option). It's all very intuitive, and admittedly very fun.
If you prefer a more traditional route, there are several keyboard-based options. You can either play notes on the virtual keyboard (available in either chromatic and scale keyboards), or plug in an external MIDI keyboard. By using this manual approach, you can record your playing live into the staff, or you can choose each note and length, and add them individually.
There are two modes to HarmonyWiz as well, which allow for both casual and advanced use of the app. In the 'Standard' mode, you are only able to edit the melody part. Switching to 'Expert' mode opens up the entire arrangement to editing. Here you can edit chord types (suspensions, inversions, etc.), note types, and many other "advanced" features. This app can be much deeper than simply dragging a finger across the screen, if you so desire.
 
There are five styles of composition that HarmonyWiz can use to create your song - baroque, contemporary, smooth, free, and open. The baroque style was my favorite, and I found myself using that one almost exclusively.
HarmonyWiz comes with 10 virtual instruments to choose from, which lean heavily towards symphonic instruments (violin, cello, flute, etc.). There are five additional IAP soundpacks, ranging from guitar to synth to additional acoustic instruments (provided by the makers of Thumbjam, so you know these are quality). All of the included sounds really do sound great
HarmonyWiz has launched with Audiobus support, which worked flawlessly for me. I recorded a quick demo, which can be found below. For this demo, I used the "magic brush", and made no alterations to the notes.
This demo used the Baroque style with the Strings instrumentation preset.
 
Like his other apps, HarmonyWiz manages to find a nice balance between simple and deep. If you choose to only use the brush method, you will find that HarmonyWiz manages to create some very nice melodies right out of the box. By choosing the Expert mode, you have total control of the notes, and can edit your song to perfection. Of course, you don't have to choose one or the other. You can begin your song by painting in the melody, and then adjusting notes, rests, and chords to your liking. I found that using the brush to start a song was a great boost to creativity, pushing me along a path that I could lightly steer to meet my needs.
Some musicians do bristle at the notion of these types of apps, and I can understand that. But HarmonyWiz does a great job of bridging the gap between novice and advanced user. I think both camps can get a lot from this app, and the joy that my daughters found in playing with HarmonyWiz speaks to the power of creating music. Sitting down for an evening of making music with them was a treat, and I know they will be asking to play HarmonyWiz with them again in the future. I will most gladly oblige.
HarmonyWiz
Developer: Wizdom Music LLC
Rated: 4+
Price: $9.99 Download
 
 
 
KEYSTOSHREDDING.COM (6/17)
http://www.keystoshredding.com/2014/06/jordan-rudess-demo-video-of-harmonywiz.html
 
Jordan Rudess: Demo video of HarmonyWiz App posted.
 

A new demo video of Wizdom Music's new music App HarmonyWiz has been posted to YouTube by the Sound Test Room. Check it out below:
 
 
 
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HarmonyWiz / Reviews For HarmonyWiz!
« Last post by Admin on June 19, 2014, 01:33:18 am »
BLABBERMOUTH.NET (6/13)
http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/dream-theaters-jordan-rudess-releases-creative-new-app-harmonywiz/
 
DREAM THEATER's JORDAN RUDESS Releases Creative New App HarmonyWiz
 
HarmonyWiz — the latest app for iOS devices by Wizdom Music's Jordan Rudess, the keyboardist, seaboardist and Continuum player for Grammy-nominated prog rock/metal icons DREAM THEATER, and developer Ruben Zilibowitz — was released today (June 13) via iTunes.
HarmonyWiz lets users paint a symphony and orchestrate their music in one touch. This app is an advanced harmonic generator which can create multi-part harmony, all just from inputting a single musical line. You can paint your music in or play it from a piano style keyboard. You compose it and HarmonyWiz will arrange it.
Besides the fact that HarmonyWiz is entertaining and fun for all ages, it is also a valuable educational tool for music students and can be used for advanced editing by industry professionals. After an arrangement is created, the app provides harmonic analysis and displays a notation system known as Figured Bass. Enter the Expert mode and you will have access to manage all the tracks in your arrangement with our editing tools. Select different preset sound ensembles or create your own. HarmonyWiz features the Baroque style and sounds from Jordan's personal library.
Jordan Rudess explains: "I always felt that a composer's thought process would be fascinating to capture in code. I've wanted to do an app like this for a long time and, upon meeting developer, Ruben Zilibowitz, I knew it was finally going to be possible. Ruben has spent years studying classical music texts such as Schoenberg's 'Theory Of Harmony'. He started by writing out four-part phrases by hand. Eventually, he was able to translate this process into computer code that could generate natural musical phrases. Partnering with him was the key to us being able to offer this bit of music magic. Through hours of sitting at the piano, studying my own compositional method, to Ruben's tireless coding we believe we have achieved something truly unique and inspiring."
Ruben Zilibowitz adds: "Wizdom Music has helped me take my ideas to the next level. Jordan Rudess is an awesome musician with a deep interest in technology. He is exactly the kind of person I needed to partner up with. I sincerely hope everyone loves what we came up with together as much as I do."
HarmonyWiz features:
* Offers a unique, assisted composition engine
* Place guide notes in any track including the melody or bass lines
* Force chords to have certain degrees or inversions
* Choose from five different harmonic styles: Baroque, Contemporary, Smooth, Free, And Open
* Non-harmonic tones such as passing notes or suspension notes
* Built in multi-touch keyboards in both chromatic layout and harmonic
* Supports the use of accidentals
* Supports simple and compound meters
* Supports major and minor keys
* Displays harmonic rhythm
* Multiple undo and redo
* MIDI in and MIDI out support
* AudioBus support
* AudioShare support
* Ten built-in instruments including orchestral and electronic sounds
* More instrument packs available for in-app purchase
* SoundCloud sharing
Jordan Rudess' Wizdom Music is also the creator of the top-selling synth-app MorphWiz which won first place in the category of "Best Music Creation App" in the 2010 Billboard Music App  Awards, "Best Musical App" in the Best App Ever Awards and best "iPhone/iPad/iTouch" app in the Electronic  Musician's 2011 Editor's Choice Awards. In addition to MorphWiz, Wizdom Music has also released the popular music apps SampleWiz, GeoSynth, Jordan Rudess Explores, EarWizard, SpaceWiz, and Tachyon.
Learn more and purchase HarmonyWiz at www.wizdommusic.com.
 
 
 
SYNTHTOPIA.COM (6/13)
http://www.synthtopia.com/content/2014/06/13/harmonywiz-brings-assisted-composition-to-the-ipad/
 
HarmonyWiz Brings Assisted Composition To The iPad
Posted on June 13, 2014 by synthhead
 
 
Jordan Rudess’s Wizdom Music has introduced HarmonyWiz – a harmonic generator for iOS, designed for creating multi-part arrangements from single musical lines.
HarmonyWiz is designed for users with varying levels of musical knowledge. For beginning users, it lets you ‘paint’ musical lines onscreen and have a melody auto-harmonized.
Trained musicians can play melodies via a MIDI keyboard and specify harmonizations using Figured Bass notation, inversions and non-harmonic tones. It also supports AudioBus and MIDI out for integration with other apps.
Features:
   HarmonyWiz offers a unique, assisted composition engine
   Place guide notes in any track including the melody or bass lines
   Force chords to have certain degrees or inversions
   Choose from five different harmonic styles: Baroque, Contemporary, Smooth, Free, And Open
   Non-harmonic tones such as passing notes or suspension notes
   Built in multi-touch keyboards in both chromatic layout and harmonic
   Supports the use of accidentals
   Supports simple and compound meters
   Supports major and minor keys
   Displays harmonic rhythm
   Multiple undo and redo
   MIDI in and MIDI out support
   AudioBus support
   AudioShare support
   Ten built-in instruments including orchestral and electronic sounds
   More instrument packs available for in-app purchase
   SoundCloud sharing
Here’s the official video intro to HarmonyWiz:
 
 
HarmonyWiz is available now for US $9.99.
If you’ve used HarmonyWiz, leave a comment and let us know what you think of it!
 
 
 
PALMSOUNDS.NET (6/13)
http://www.palmsounds.net/2014/06/jordans-latest-app-harmonywiz-has.html
 
Jordan's latest app, HarmonyWiz has arrived
 
 

Here's the app's description:

HarmonyWiz. Paint a symphony and orchestrate your music in one touch.

Jordan Rudess says: “I always felt that a composer’s thought process would be fascinating to capture in code. I’ve wanted to do an app like this for a long time and, upon meeting developer, Ruben Zilibowitz, I knew it was finally going to be possible. Ruben has spent years studying classical music texts such as Schoenberg's Theory of Harmony. He started by writing out four-part phrases by hand. Eventually, he was able to translate this process into computer code that could generate natural musical phrases. Partnering with him was the key to us being able to offer this bit of music magic. Through hours of sitting at the piano, studying my own compositional method, to Ruben’s tireless coding we believe we have achieved something truly unique and inspiring.”

Ruben Zilibowitz adds: “Wizdom Music has helped me take my ideas to the next level. Jordan Rudess is an awesome musician with a deep interest in technology.
He is exactly the kind of person I needed to partner up with. I sincerely hope everyone loves what we came up with together as much as I do.”

Besides the fact that HarmonyWiz is entertaining and fun for all ages, it is also a valuable educational tool for music students and can be used for advanced editing by industry professionals. After an arrangement is created, the app provides harmonic analysis and displays a notation system known as Figured Bass. Enter the Expert mode and you will have access to manage all the tracks in your arrangement with our editing tools. Select different preset sound ensembles or create your own.

This release of HarmonyWiz features the Baroque style and some of Jordan’s personal variations on its classical foundation.

The sounds in HarmonyWiz are from Jordan’s personal library. We also offer a great collection of additional sounds as In-App- purchases.

One can also enjoy just playing the great sounds of HarmonyWiz from the onboard or midi keyboard
•   HarmonyWiz offers a unique, assisted composition engine
•   Place guide notes in any track including the melody or bass lines
•   Force chords to have certain degrees or inversions
•   Choose from five different harmonic styles: Baroque, Contemporary, Smooth, Free, And Open
•   Non-harmonic tones such as passing notes or suspension notes
•   Built in multi-touch keyboards in both chromatic layout and harmonic
•   Supports the use of accidentals
•   Supports simple and compound meters
•   Supports major and minor keys
•   Displays harmonic rhythm
•   Multiple undo and redo
•   MIDI in and MIDI out support
•   AudioBus support
•   AudioShare support
•   Ten built-in instruments including orchestral and electronic sounds
•   More instrument packs available for in-app purchase
•   SoundCloud sharing
 
 

The app is priced at $9.99.
 
 
 
MUSICFRENZY.NET (6/13)
http://www.musicfrenzy.net/Home_Page.html#Harmonywiz
 
 
“HARMONYWIZ”
CREATIVE NEW APP BY
JORDAN RUDESS OF DREAM THEATER
RELEASED TODAY (6/13)
 
HarmonyWiz --the latest app for iOS devices by Wizdom Music’s Jordan Rudess, the Keyboardist, Seaboardist and Continuum player for Grammy-nominated prog rock/metal icons Dream Theater, and developer  Ruben Zilibowitz--was released today (June 13) via iTunes. To purchase and download the app, visit:http://tinyurl.com/nlr4cvs.
 
HarmonyWiz lets users paint a symphony and orchestrate their music in one touch. This app is an advanced harmonic generator which can create multi-part harmony, all just from inputting a single musical line. You can paint your music in or play it from a piano style keyboard. You compose it and HarmonyWiz will arrange it!
 
Besides the fact that HarmonyWiz is entertaining and fun for all ages, it is also a valuable educational tool for music students and can be used for advanced editing by industry professionals. After an arrangement is created, the app provides harmonic analysis and displays a notation system known as Figured Bass. Enter the Expert mode and you will have access to manage all the tracks in your arrangement with our editing tools. Select different preset sound ensembles or create your own. HarmonyWiz features the Baroque style and sounds from Jordan’s personal library. Your introduction to HarmonyWiz here:http://tinyurl.com/pw5lgpm.
 
Jordan Rudess explains, “I always felt that a composer’s thought process would be fascinating to capture in code. I’ve wanted to do an app like this for a long time and, upon meeting developer, Ruben Zilibowitz, I knew it was finally going to be possible. Ruben has spent years studying classical music texts such as Schoenberg's Theory of Harmony. He started by writing out four-part phrases by hand. Eventually, he was able to translate this process into computer code that could generate natural musical phrases. Partnering with him was the key to us being able to offer this bit of music magic. Through hours of sitting at the piano, studying my own compositional method, to Ruben’s tireless coding we believe we have achieved something truly unique and inspiring.”
 
Ruben Zilibowitz adds: “Wizdom Music has helped me take my ideas to the next level. Jordan Rudess is an awesome musician with a deep interest in technology. He is exactly the kind of person I needed to partner up with. I sincerely hope everyone loves what we came up with together as much as I do.”
 
HarmonyWiz features:
• Offers a unique, assisted composition engine
• Place guide notes in any track including the melody or bass lines
• Force chords to have certain degrees or inversions
• Choose from five different harmonic styles: Baroque, Contemporary, Smooth, Free, And Open
• Non-harmonic tones such as passing notes or suspension notes
• Built in multi-touch keyboards in both chromatic layout and harmonic
• Supports the use of accidentals
• Supports simple and compound meters
• Supports major and minor keys
• Displays harmonic rhythm
• Multiple undo and redo
• MIDI in and MIDI out support
• AudioBus support
• AudioShare support
• Ten built-in instruments including orchestral and electronic sounds
• More instrument packs available for in-app purchase
• SoundCloud sharing
 
Jordan Rudess’ Wizdom Music is also the creator of the top-selling synth-app MorphWiz which won first place in the category of “Best Music Creation App" in the 2010 Billboard Music App Awards, “Best Musical App” in the Best App Ever Awards and best “IPhone/Ipad/Itouch” app in the Electronic Musician's 2011 Editor's Choice Awards. In addition to MorphWiz, Wizdom Music has also released the popular music apps SampleWiz, GeoSynth, Jordan Rudess Explores, EarWizard, SpaceWiz, and Tachyon.
 
Learn more and purchase HarmonyWiz at: www.wizdommusic.com
 
Imaginary praise for HarmonyWiz:
 
“I wrote my first composition at age four. Too bad I didn’t have HarmonyWiz so that I could’ve had an even earlier start.”     
     --Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
 
“HarmonyWiz is a great tool for composers like myself. If I had HarmonyWiz when I was a young man, I could have composed a symphony every day.”
     --Ludwig van Beethoven
 
Real praise for HarmonyWiz:
“HarmonyWiz is the perfect compositional tool for helping any musician unlock and explore endless creative harmonic possibilities. It’s practically like having your own digital writing partner at your fingertips. The only problem for Jordan, is that if he keeps this up, he may just “tech” himself right out of a job!”
     --John Petrucci (Dream Theater founder/guitarist)
 
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For more information, contact:
Wizdom Music: info@wizdommusic.com
www.wizdommusic.com
www.jordanrudess.com
https://twitter.com/jcrudess
www.facebook.com/jordanrudessofficial
www.youtube.com/jcrudess
www.dreamtheater.net
 
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Geo Synthesizer / Using geo synth on Ipad 2 , does it generate midi out Via its WiFI?
« Last post by stubbonla on February 24, 2014, 01:27:37 am »
Hi ,   Using geo synth on Ipad 2 , does it generate midi out Via its WiFI? or do i need a dedicated hardware  , n which one  if so is a good one , on the cheaper side
thanks sm
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Geo Synthesizer / Auto Octave
« Last post by jjoshi on February 22, 2014, 12:39:45 pm »
Hi guys. Just suggesting an easier way to jump up and down an octave than crossing the tri-tone limit.
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Geo Synthesizer / The Entertainer
« Last post by jjoshi on February 22, 2014, 12:34:37 pm »
What's the best way to play this on Geo Synthesizer on the iPad? Particularly in the beginning you flip down three octaves then jump up an octave. The mechanism for jumping up/down automatically is to cross the tri-tone limit twice.

The only other way... is to just show a lot of keys.
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