Open Labs features new Music OS overview

November 19, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized 

An over view of the new music production and live host software, Music OS. Powered by Open Labs

Music OS 3.0 or MOS (moss) is the world’s first music creation and live performance software designed specifically to address the needs of both music creators and live performers. MOS was developed and optimized for touch screen use; however, a touch screen is not required when installed on PC desktops and laptop systems. With streamlined recording and performance features, MOS allows music innovators to create, record and perform their ideas quickly and seamlessly. MOS was engineered to work in conjunction with traditional D.A.W. programs; leveraging existing studio investments and adding strong value, features and capabilities in areas where most musicians need it – the creative & live performance process. One can think of MOS as a professional ‘scratch pad’ when creating and performing live music. MOS emphasizes ease-of-use, stability and power all in an affordable $299/USD package.

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