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Create and record your own orchestral music with iOS App

Turn yourself into a professional composer with WI Orchestra. Create and record your own orchestral music with this free classical application available on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

Add layer upon layer to make amazing orchestral music using different types of instruments. WI Orchestra by Wallander Instruments has built-in recording options and a choice of saxophones, percussion, brasswinds, woodwinds, and strings.

WI Orchestra initiates with a demo song when you press play, this activates a recent recording made on the application. Using a velocity keyboard that reacts to how much pressure used is a great feature; this will allow you to play with a softer or harder touch.

Keep as many as 98 different musical pieces at one time and pass your tunes on to your PC. For the amateur composer there is a guide to certain instruments with images and descriptive details. The professionals have the option of using the microphone as a breath controller.

WI Orchestra has great range of features to explore and will help with the creation of your own orchestral masterpiece. For more information and details of additional types of instruments, visit the App Store.

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Written by Marlon Votta

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