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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:
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