Reno, NV (PRWEB) November 1, 2010
All Fretlight® guitars now come complete with the updated Fretlight Studio 4.5 software. The software is included with the purchase of a Fretlight guitar and is also available for free download on the company’s website for those who already own a Fretlight. Fretlight Studio 4.5 is available for PC users and is compatible with Windows 7, Vista and XP. The software allows a user to watch Fretlight music videos while lighting up their Fretlight guitar so they may learn chords, scales, play songs, take video lessons, or improvise a solo.
Fretlight Studio 4.5 offers the following upgrades from the previous 4.2 version:
- New launcher screen interface
- Quicker launch times for tasks
- Improved navigation
- Improved file system for searching and playing Fretlight videos
- Auto renaming of .mid files
- Improved file type designation -- ability to click on file and launch player
“We are constantly searching for ways to make our products and programs better and more user-friendly. It’s important for our customers to be able to use their Fretlight Guitar and Fretlight Studio software without feeling overwhelmed with the technology,” Rusty Shaffer, CEO of Optek Music Systems, Inc., said. “We’ve designed the software to truly be plug and play.”
To download your free version of Fretlight Studio 4.5 visit http://www.fretlight.com/software/pc/
Optek Music System, Inc. was founded in 1988 and is based in Reno, Nev. Developers of the Fretlight® Guitar, this privately-held company, manufactures and distributes six-string electric guitars that utilize a truly revolutionary patented technology through its interactive light system that allows the player to learn the guitar quicker and with better retention. Notes, scales, chords, progressions, lessons, songs, riffs and more are easily accomplished through its Video Player software. Additionally, Optek produces and sells educational products available online, through its distributors and exclusive partnerships. Optek has many U.S. and international patents as well as patents pending for its interactive guitar learning systems and musical instrument manufacturing designs.