Music Industry News Network [12-09-2012]

Hear Holiday Music The Way It Was Meant To Sound With Audio Xciter App

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Listening to Christmas music on your mobile device just got better. Hear Bing Crosby and Eartha Kitt the way they were meant to sound with the Audio Xciter app free to demo and now only 99 for unlimited play. Aphex, a leader in audio enhancement technology for more than 35 years, released Audio Xciter app for Android devices (previously only available for iOS). Audio Xciter is the only music player app that dynamically improves the sonic quality of music, audio books and podcasts on mobile devices through its patented Aphex DSP.

Since 1975, legendary musicians from Paul McCartney to Led Zeppelin as well as today's top artists including Flo Rida, Bruno Mars and Rihanna have relied on the technology behind Audio Xciter for audio mastering. This technology now allows music lovers to experience the detail and richness of an artist's original sound created in-studio on their mobile devices.

The patented Aphex technology behind Audio Xciter restores missing harmonics to music and voice. Unlike EQ apps, which typically add gain and distortion, Audio Xciter is gain-neutral, resulting in increased brightness, clarity, spaciousness and presence.

"In this era of HD video and 4G download speeds, I'm amazed that smart phones and tablets still deliver compressed audio that sounds flat and boring. The quality of music downloads and streams have not improved in more than a decade. Consumers have been fooled into buying music that's only good enough, not great," said David Wiener, CEO of Aphex and founder of DWV Entertainment, Aphex's parent company. "Audio Xciter turns compressed audio into a new listening experience by exposing the 'quality gap' now vocals are clear and airy, the bass hits harder and you'll hear instruments and voices appear that were previously buried in the mix."


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