May 26th 2011, UK: Intermorphic Ltd today releases Mixtikl 3.0 Generative Music Lab for Apple® iPhone®, iPad®, iPod touch®, Mac OS® and Microsoft® Windows®. V3 is a major FREE update to Mixtikl V2.x, with all versions now featuring live & inline editing of modular synth sounds, FX & Noatikl generative scale and harmony rules. 4 new & 4 earlier "Tiklpaks" are also included, making over 380 content items to play with & customise. A new Free version rounds out the Mixtikl product line; Free means anyone can experience tweeted "mixtikls" for free.
In concert with the Mixtikl 3 feature enhancements, Intermorphic™ has further revised the Mixtikl file format. All customisations of modular synth sounds and FX presets, as well as Noatikl generative rule customisations, are included in the tweetable mixes. This means that truly unique mixes and arrangements can be created and tweeted for others to listen to, enjoy, remix or edit, and even retweet. When the tweet link is selected on an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with Mixtikl installed, Mixtikl loads and the mix plays. When the tweet is selected on Windows or Mac PC with Mixtikl installed, the Mixtikl browser plug-in plays the mix.
Detailed feature mix for Mixtikl & Mixtikl Free variants: here.
Mixtikl 220.127.116.11 for iPhone / iPad / iPod touch is available in the Apple App Store℠ for $4.99 .
Mixtikl Free for iPhone / iPad / iPod touch is available in the Apple App Store for free .
Mixtikl 18.104.22.168 for Mac & Windows desktop comprises a standalone version, VSTi and (for Mac users) AU plug-ins for music sequencers, and a plug-in for web browsers. The Mixtikl browser plug-in allows "mixtikls" to be played in a web-page. 30 day full-save trial versions for can be downloaded from here, and $24.99 licences purchased from the Intermorphic store. Educational pricing is also available.
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Intermorphic Ltd was co-founded in 2007 by Tim Cole and Pete Cole. It develops music creativity & relaxation ("creative relaxation") apps that use generative, text-to-music & cut-up techniques. The Cole brothers ("the Coles") have a history in music software innovation: they co-founded SSEYO in 1990 and from then to 2001 they created and worked on the BAFTA Award-winning "SSEYO Koan Interactivity Platform" which included the "Generative Music" engine used by Brian Eno for his seminal 1996 "Generative Music 1". SSEYO Koan software was available for Windows, Mac and Windows Mobile and in a range of variants from Standalone to Audio Plugin to Web Browser Plugin. Following Tao Group's acquisition of SSEYO in 2001, the Coles created the intent Sound System (iSS) and BAFTA Award-winning "SSEYO miniMIXA", one of the world's first mobile music mixers. In 2007 it released both "Noatikl: Generative Music Composer" (the evolution to SSEYO Koan) and "Liptikl: Cut-Up Text Writer". In Q2 2008 Intermorphic secured the IP rights to the iSS and SSEYO software and in December 2008 released "Mixtikl: Generative Music Mixer" followed in 2012 by "Tiklbox: Generative Music Player". After many years of updates to the forgoing apps and after much deliberation on the next step forward for Generative Music, the Coles decided that it was "Reflective Music". And so in 2014 along came the first of the releases of the "Wotja®: Generative Music System", an all-in-one 'Player & Composer Lab'. By 2017 the key authoring capabilities of Noatikl, Mixtikl and Liptikl had been fully consolidated into Wotja for iOS and macOS, including the playlisting of Tiklbox. February 2018 saw the first release of "Wotja X", a cross-platform UI variant that finally allowed Wotja to be available for all of Windows, macOS, iOS and Android. By 2019 this had become the cornerstone of all further Wotja apps, including the Wotja interface for TV. In 2021 Wotja for iOS/macOS became a single App ID and an AUv3 Audio Unit Plug-in was added, as well as support for Apple silicon. Ever since its first release Wotja and its IME (Music), ISE (Sound), IWS (Script) and ITE (Text) engines have continued to be extended with many new features and improvements.
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