Immersion Station - Infinite Ambient Music

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Immersion Station brings you infinite ambient music, created from the soundworlds of ambient music pioneer Steve Roach. Use Immersion Station to create the perfect atmosphere for deep listening, meditation and supportive sound spaces for working at the computer, reading, and sleeping.Immersion Station is an elegant interactive sound immersion tool. Create infinite mix combinations from five different loops of varied lengths for endless playback. These sounds have been extracted from the heart of Steve Roachs soundworlds and carefully chosen for a congruent relationship allowing the user to sculpt constantly changing ambient music.The Immersion Station interface and application, created by Software Artist Eric Freeman (working closely with Steve), allows you to mix loops using a simple, intuitive, interactive and organic interface that is reflective of Steve's work. You can visit http://www.immersionstation.com for a complete demonstration.FEATURES* Easily create custom soundscapes from Steve Roach's source loops* Includes 80 megabytes of loops custom crafted by Steve Roach* Includes five custom mixes from Steve Roach* Each mix provides constantly changing ambient music* Save your own mixes at any time* Control the volume or stereo pan of each loop* Incubate new mixes using the evolve function* Plays music in the background with iOS 4* Optimized with HD Images for iPhone 4 Retina display* CD quality sound* Supports Apple's remote interface for controlling playback* User's guide provided in the App and onlineRecommended for headphones or external speakers.ATTENTION iPhone/iPod touch 3.1 UsersiOS 3.1 does not support stereo pan, but that's okay, the Immersion station still sounds wonderful. To enable control of stereo pan, just freely upgrade to iOS 4.
Price USD2.99
License Purchase
File Size 78.44 MB
Version 2.20
Operating System iOS
System Requirements Compatible with iPod Touch, iPhone, iPad. iTunes account required.
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