Gold Coast, Australia, September 12, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Babya today announced that it has released Babya Logic Express & Pro 3.
Babya Logic 3 is a new version of Babya's complete music studio.
Babya Logic 3 has a refreshed UI-with a metallic color scheme. And it's less complicated to learn and use - now ideal for everyone.
Plus it now supports Windows Vista.
Babya Logic Express & Pro 2008 include a "Welcome to Babya Logic" window for quick access to the main interface.
In addition, Logic Pro uses a single window workspace.
Babya Logic Express & Pro 3 introduces the ES10 & StarrySynth synths.
The ES10 and StarrySynth are versatile effects: as a separate program and as a VSTI, producing any kind of sound you need.
Other synths included are:
Babya Piano Studio
EM1: music synthesis studio, with a piano roll view
Improve compositions by training
A new feature is Logic Trainer: which was primarily designed as a simple tool for improving pitch recognition abilities and disabilities.
After doing a bit of training, you are able to make more advanced compositions with accurate timing and tempo.
Also included is a sound library with high quality sounds, in MP3 & AIFF formats.
Babya's A.A. Fussy said, "Babya Logic Express & Pro 3 are the best music creation packages on the market-with a synthesis based sound generator, Vista support and a high quality sound library - all for free."
For more information, please visit: http://babyasoftwaregroup.googlepages.com/babyalogic
Pricing and Availability:
Babya Logic Express & Pro 3 are now available and can be downloaded from:
Babya Logic Express-http://babyasoftwaregroup.googlepages.com/InstallLogicExpress2008.exe
Babya Logic Pro- http://www.winsite.com/bin/Info?32500000036735
Babya is an award-winning developer of digital media software for Mac and Windows, including bSuite, Babya OneVideo, bPicture, Babya Firestorm, Babya Photo Workshop and Babya Logic.
Babya's software has won many awards over the past several years, including 5 stars (Babya bSuite), a Softpedia Pick and 100% clean award (2006) and has been featured in magazines such as PC Utilities and PC Format.