SampleWiz is an incredible sampler for the iPhone and iPad. Created by Jordan Rudess, it is like no other sampler you've ever seen or heard before!
It's simple to enter! All you need to do is login to macProVideo.com, listen to the SampleWiz audio file below and write your suggested name for it in the comments below. Yes, that's right this untitled SampleWiz sound needs a new name, and we want YOU to name it!
As a BIG Thank You, Jordan has personally created 12 SampleWiz samples FREE and Exclusive for everyone to download at the bottom of this competition post!
1st prize Winner:
Backstage Pass and tickets to any Dream Theater show (Excluding New York & Los Angeles shows)
Your name included with this sample in a future SampleWiz update
Your name featured on macProVideo.com and Wizdom sites
A FREE macProVideo.com download video of your choice (or a three month subscription)
A 15 minute Skype conversation with Jordan
A free MPV download or a 3 month subscription
12 SampleWiz samples FREE and Exclusive to macProVideo.com (download link at the bottom of this competition post).
How To Enter:
It's simple to enter! Listen to the SampleWiz audio file below and write your suggested name for it in the comments at the bottom of the page.
Jordan describes SampleWiz is an amazing iOS app for sampling, mangling and sculpting sounds in an intuitive, visually incredible interface. It does things other hardware and software samplers can only dream about!
For more info on SampleWiz in action see RnL performing with Jordan Rudess in the video below:
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