StepPolyArp giveaway results – 20 winners of iOS arpeggiator app

Download from iTunes App StoreStepPolyArp logoI’ve mentioned my fondness for arpeggiators on the blog on a number of occasions, a fondness that stems from my less-than-stellar keyboard skills. I also noted a week or so ago that one of the ‘best in class’ –  – the excellent StepPolyPad app from Laurent Colson – was updated with some useful new features. Laurent is also the developer behind ChordPolyPad, absolutely one of my favourite MIDI performance apps.

StepPolyArp is both fairly easy to use and well featured…  so if you want an introduction to this kind of tool, it’s a good place to start. And, at UK£9.99, with support for iOS5.1.1 and later, Audiobus and IAA support and being only a 3MB download, it ought to be able to find a home on almost any iOS musician’s iPad.

StepPolyArp - a flexible and well-featured arpeggiator for the iOS musician.

StepPolyArp – a flexible and well-featured arpeggiator for the iOS musician.

To celebrate the update, Laurent was kind enough to provided me with 20 (!) free copies of the new app to give way to readers here at the Music App Blog…

Entries closed on Friday and the winning names were drawn at random out of the hat this morning. Again, many thanks also to everyone who entered. The winners should have now received an email with details of how to get hold of their free copy but, for information, the readers names drawn out the hat were:-

Stephen Karnes

Marisa

Mitch (quickdeals)

Richard Shanahan

Ryan Davis

Brian (trekmark)

Roberto Blatt

Tom Davidson

Hamish Mackintosh

Roland Cotilla

Kris Smolinski

Didier (deefon91)

Luay Hud

Kaos (kaptkaos)

David Callahan

Kike (kvalca)

Mike (mikeo9000)

Jane Hudson

Kevin (kwand)

Josh Fieldler

Incidentally, if you do appear as a winner in one of these giveaways and you don’t seem to have seen an email from me with the promo code details, then do make sure you check in your junk, trash or spam folders just in case your email system has ‘filed’ the message there :-)

StepPolyArp is well worth exploring…  and, if your keyboard skills are as ‘average’ as mine, a combination of Laurent’s ChordPolyPad and StepPolyArp might be just what’s required to get some killer keyboard lines into your iOS music productions. If you didn’t win this time around, then click on the link below to purchase and download the app from iTunes…  Oh, and if you want to be in with a chance of winning in any of the giveaways that I run here on the blog, then just join the email list; all members of the list are automatically entered.

Here’s hoping the winners enjoy using the app….

John

StepPolyArp – MIDI Step Polyphonic Arpeggiator


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    1. Stephen Karnes says:

      I got my free copy last night. Thanks a lot, I’m really enjoying playing with it.

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