The SSEYO miniMIXA audio application for Microsoft Windows Mobile-based devices will make its world debut by playing a Futuresonic Sound System dance set at FutureDJ, part of the ISEA2004 arts festival. The SSEYO miniMIXA will soon be available on Microsoft Windows Mobile-based Smartphones and Pocket PC.
According to Tao Group, SSEYO miniMIXA is a multi-channel audio mixer and recording studio application for the Microsoft Windows Mobile platform. It features a range of per-channel sound effects, visualisers and supporting a number of DJ-like mixing techniques. The program offers an intuitive interface to make it simple for a user to create mixes from a collection of included beats, basses, chords, leads and sounds and then apply per-track sound effect. Music and mixes created by users can be saved and played, sent to friends by MMS or stored on the phone as a unique ringtone. SSEYO miniMixa supports 5 channels on a Windows Mobile SmartPhone or 9 on a Windows Mobile Pocket PC.
SSEYO miniMIXA supports content in a range of standard audio and MIDI formats, as well as the new SKM format that allows use of modular synthesis and the Koan generative music engine. Additional themed content packs, SSEYO MIXApaks, will be available for purchase at the time SSEYO miniMIXA is available pre-installed in mobile phones and PDAs.
The company believes the application will entice mobile network operators and device manufacturers, since the SSEYO miniMIXA music application gives customers the means to personalise their phone experience and create content they may wish to share with others.