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December 12, 2004

Syntrax has been ported to the Series 60 devices, which means that Syntrax now runs on Nokia NGage(QD), 6600, 6620, 6630 as well as the Siemens SX-1. The previous release of Syntrax added the Symbian UIQ family of devices which include the Sony Ericcson p800 and p900 as well as other brands.

Even though mobile phones have limited resources, Syntrax is designed to deliver features the modern musician expects from a mobile pocket studio. The core of Syntrax is it's compact soundengine which delivers sound synthesis and sample playback. Syntrax enables the musician who is away from his studio to be able to experiment with sounds, and doodle musical inspirations at any time, anywhere.

Syntrax is the first and only professional music package for the mobile phone. Syntrax runs on Symbian devices as well as the PocketPC.

Features:

Syntrax is priced at $20

For more information, visit their web site at www.klaar.com

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