Sonoma Wire Works Announces Launch of Free Edition of RiffWorks T4

July 17, 2008
With RiffWorks T4, musicians can record ideas at the moment of inspiration, quickly create complete songs with drums and effects, easily collaborate online with musicians around the world for free, and cast tunes to

A free level of online collaboration is included with RiffWorks T4, which allows up to four musicians to collaborate on a song and chat simultaneously. Loop-based recording allows collaboration without latency or distance issues. As a track is recorded, it streams to other players and is perfectly in sync with the drums. All contributions are saved on and can be opened later in RiffWorks to continue recording. An unlimited number of musicians may contribute to a song (4 at a time). Mac and PC musicians worldwide are creating songs together online no matter how far apart they live.

RiffWorks T4 Includes:

• Automatic track creation and loop recording with 4 layers plus drum loops
• 7 effects (Wah, Multi-band Compression & Distortion, Modulation, Delay, Reverb, Compression, and British Style EQ)
• InstantDrummer with adjustable intensity and variation
• Online music collaboration
• song posting and collaboration community
• "Quick Start" tutorial in 14 languages
• IK Multimedia's AmpliTube & Duo LE guitar amp and effects plug-in
• Gallo Engineering's Studio Devil BVC amp model plug-in

RiffWorks T4 Free Download:

RiffWorks T4 users may compete in RiffRumble song contests. Enter RiffRumble 11 (July 17 – 30) to win a Schecter C-1 electric guitar, Seymour Duncan AHB-1 Blackouts Humbuckers, IK Multimedia AmpliTube® Metal and StealthPlug™ with AmpliTube 2 Live, and more. Get more information by clicking here

About Sonoma Wire Works:
Incorporated in 2003 and headquartered in Los Altos, California, Sonoma Wire Works develops products and services that help musicians enjoy play, record, and share music. RiffWorks has received awards for performance and innovation, including a NAMM 08 Best in Show Trendsetter Award.
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