2011-08-05, Umeå, Sweden
Play the Drums in a Whole New Way; Anytime, Anywhere from iPad, iPhone and iPod touch
Dohi Entertainment is happy to announce its new TableDrum App for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch is now available on the App Store. With the TableDrum App, the world is your virtual drum kit. Simply grab a pair of headphones, your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch and build your own virtual drum set from practically anything. Using Augmented Audio technology, TableDrum syncs the sound of any real life object to your iOS device and links it to one of the 40 high quality drum samples of your choice.
"By altering sound through live interaction on an iOS device, TableDrum pushes the boundaries of table drumming. Users interact with objects in their surroundings, teaching the app their distinct drumming sounds, augmenting the input of up to four simultaneous sources into a complete drumming experience," says Rasmus Larsson, Software Developer at Dohi Entertainment.
“We wanted to make everyday sounds come to life and give the user the same experience as if playing on a real drum set. This is just the beginning.”, says Emanuel Dohi, CEO and Creative Director at Dohi Entertainment.
Users are able to teach up to four individual drum pads a distinct sound and assign them associated high quality drum sample sounds. A classic rock kit is included and four more high quality kits are available through In-App Purchase, including Electro & Glitch and Ethno & Jazz kits. In total there are 40 unique drum samples available.
The TableDrum App is available for £2.49 from the App Store on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, or at www.itunes.com/appstore.
Dohi Sweden AB is a B2B digital creative agency within the audiovisual sector that produces advanced content. Dohi Entertainment is a B2C subsidiary focusing on the digital entertainment space. With a full development cycle from idea to launch and followup evaluation on platforms such as TV, Mac, iOS and other mobile units. The company was founded in 2009 and has quickly grown to 16 employees. The studio is placed in Umeå, the largest city in northern Sweden. The temperature varies between -30°C and +30°C while creativity thrives.
Dohi Sweden: http://www.dohi.se
Dohi Entertainment: http://www.dohi.se/entertainment