Midisoft Releases Gospel Studio & Composer, a Complete Music Solution for Gospel Music Leaders

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Gospel Studio & Composer software features 1,047 beloved hymns, including a collection of ready-to-use Christmas favorites.

Midisoft Corp., developers of award-winning music software, announces the release of their new all-in-one solution for the Gospel music market, the Gospel Studio & Composer software.

The new two-CD software suite is designed as an essential music tool for gospel music ministries and other music professionals. With Gospel Studio & Composer music professionals can create lead sheets, scores, and parts quickly and accurately—then, easily print and share music with a Gospel team, choir or band. Gospel Studio & Composer has everything needed by the gospel ministry leader, artist, or songwriter to create music in one package: notation, sequencing, digital audio and 1,047 traditional well-loved hymns in editable, perfect sheet music format.

Midisoft, a pioneer in the field of MIDI and music technology, developed the technical core of Gospel Studio & Composer and its other products as one of the first original notational music software programs on the market. Gospel Studio & Composer is specifically targeted toward the Christian worship market and gospel music professionals, and can be used by both the novice and professional musician.

Gospel Studio & Composer also features timeless Christmas favorites, just in time for holiday music programs. Editable Christmas hymns include “Away in a Manager,” “Silent Night,” “O Come All Ye Faithful,” “Joy to the World,” and many more.

Recently unveiled to rave reviews at the 38th Annual Gospel Music Workshop of America (GMWA) Convention in Milwaukee, the special Gospel Studio & Composer-GMWA Limited Edition, also includes the official history book of GMWA, written by Dr. Charles Reese, Dean of the Academic Division and published by the Gospel Music Workshop of America, Inc. This is the only official document that is highly supported by the Board of Directors tracing the history of the GMWA from its beginning in 1968 to the present.

“We’ve worked closely with leaders in the worship music community, and we are so proud to offer the very first music suite of its kind created specifically for the Gospel and Christian worship market,” said Bernard Fekete, Midisoft’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

Basic Software Summary

Disk 1:

  • Print and share music.
  • Notate, sequence, and transpose
  • Drag-and-drop editing
  • Sheet music printing

Disk 2:

  • Digital Recorder software emulates the basic functionality of a high-end hardware-based 4-or 8-track recorder.
  • Easily converts from and saves to many formats, including MP3, WAV, WMA, and ASF.
  • Features clean, simple, easy-to-learn controls.

Availability

Gospel Studio & Composer is PC compatible. It is available now at a suggested retail price of $159.00 at all CompUSA and Fry’s Electronics stores nationwide. Also available at Navarre distributing, at music and software retailers, and at various Christian book and music stores. To order, or for dealer information, contact Midisoft at 1-866-MIDISOFT, or visit http://www.midisoft.com.

For press queries or review copies, please contact Fran Vincent at 786-301-1137.

About Midisoft Corporation

Midisoft Corp. develops award-winning consumer, business and OEM products sold to retailers, educators, and worship music leaders worldwide. For more than 15 years, Midisoft has developed the technologies needed to turn the PC into a key component in making music for anyone interested in creating and sharing music. Midisoft is dedicated to providing the most innovative, rewarding, intelligent, and easy-to-use PC sound solutions for Windows and now Apple operating systems. For sound MIDI or digital audio, Midisoft guarantees 100 percent satisfaction from all their products. http://www.midisoft.com .

CONTACT:

Fran Vincent

Retro Island Productions

PR for Midisoft

786-301-1137

http://www.retroisland.com

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