For immediate release
Propellerhead Updates Take to Version 2.0
Get inspired, record your ideas, and collaborate with free voice memo app for musicians
Stockholm, Sweden, April 8, 2015 – Propellerhead Software announced the release of Take 2.0, the greatly anticipated update to their creative vocal recorder.
Take combines the drop-dead simplicity of your voice memo apps with great-sounding tools for recording music. Start from scratch or sing, rap, hum and strum to the built-in beats or loops. Use community-made music on Propellerhead as inspiration, or as backing tracks for your tunes. And even connect with a global community of music makers.
Take 2.0 introduces newly added features based on customer feedback, making music creation even more inspiring and intuitive.
New in Version 2.0:
- Tune your voice - stay in tune or go full-on robot voice with Take’s Voice Tune effect
- Clean up, distort or color your recordings with effects on each channel
- Give your tracks a “final mix” sound with mastering presets
Take is part of the Propellerhead music making service. Bring Take anywhere to tap into truly boundless musical expression. Share with your friends or with the world. Drop your creations to Propellerhead and see where other music makers will take your ideas. The possibilities are limitless.
For full details about the Take 2.0 update and all other product news, visit www.propellerheads.se
Pricing and availability
Download Take 2.0 in the Apple App store for free.
For more information, visit www.propellerheads.se
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