Audiofile Engineering Releases Quiztones iOS App

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Ear training App for better recording, mixing, and live sound MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., � Audiofile Engineering, creators of professional audio software for Mac OS X and iOS, have recently acquired Quiztones (http://quiztones.net), an ear training application for audio professionals and musicians, and released it as an App for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Quiztones founder Dan Comerchero joins Audiofile Engineering as a Product Manager.Quiztones is designed to train the ears to instantly and intuitively recognize frequencies. This is useful for tasks like mixing, adjusting EQ settings, and identifying and eliminating feedback.�As musicians and audio professionals, we spend a great deal of time analyzing frequencies, whether we''re adjusting them for a good mix in the studio, or trying to get rid of feedback on stage,� said Comerchero. �Ear training with Quiztones can make this a lot faster and easier by eliminating trial and error methods of frequency identification such as sweeping.�Quiztones cleverly uses various quizzes to engage users in training exercises from simple frequency tones and pink noise to real-world sounds like frequency-altered drums, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass and vocals.Quiztones is designed to:� Sharpen frequency recognition skills� Improve mixing and EQ skills� Prevent noise buildup in mixes and recordings� Identify and eliminate feedback on stage� Eliminate the need for time-consuming frequency sweepingQuiztones requires iOS 4.0 or later on an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad and is available through iTunes for $2.99. To learn more about Quiztones, visit: http://audiofile-engineering.com/quiztones.

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