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Version 2 of Alphabet Soup for OS X Released

Alphabet Soup version 2 is a simple, yet powerful sample player, editor, effects processor and mixer aimed at live performers (e.g. DJ's, theatre, radio, backing tracks) and education, without requiring external musical equipment...

December 28, 2004

The good chefs at Oz Music Code have just released version 2 of their product, Alphabet Soup.

Alphabet Soup version 2 is a simple, yet powerful sample player, editor, effects processor and mixer aimed at live performers (e.g. DJ's, theatre, radio, backing tracks) and education, without requiring external musical equipment.

With its drag & drop user interface and its low-latency performance, Alphabet Soup allows you to play your computer.

Alphabet Soup version 2 now also adds the following functionality:

  • Support for Audio Units plug-Ins
  • Support for both QWERTY and MIDI input
  • Support for over a dozen files types including MP3
  • Continuously saves your mix as you play
  • Edit sounds while playing. Cut, copy and paste regions of sounds including riffs from MP3 files onto playable keys
  • New SOUPP file format allows you to save audio files, keyboard layouts, volume and pan settings in one portable session file

A demo version is available for download. The full version can be purchased for $59.95.

For more information, visit their web site at www.ozmusiccode.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004