Posted on January 29, 2018
Stockholm, Sweden - January 29, 2018 – Allihoopa, the world's foremost collaborative music making service, today announced a partnership with Yamaha's music-making apps TNR-i and TNR-e. TNR users can now share their beats, loops and songs on Allihoopa and collaborate with other music-makers across apps.
The original TENORI-ON hardware allowed intuitive music creation without specialized music training. Just press a button on the 16 x 16 grid and you're making music! There are even modes that let you create music simply by “drawing” on the grid. The TNR-e and TNR-i apps bring the original TENORI-ON concept to iOS and expand on it with new sounds and features.
With these new releases, available on the Apple App Store today, the TNR iOS apps make intuitive music creation social with Allihoopa. TNR iOS now allows you to collaborate with the world through the Allihoopa social network.
Yamaha TNR-i and TNR-e join a growing list of Allihoopa partners, which is composed of other like-minded companies and apps including Korg, Propellerhead, MOOG, Soundtrap, Figure, Take, and more.
Posted on January 12, 2018
Stockholm, Sweden - January 12, 2018 – Allihoopa, the world's foremost collaborative music making service, today announced a partnership with top music-making apps Triqtraq and DM2. Allihoopa users can now compose original beats in Triqtraq's smooth one-window interface and use DM2, the powerful Synthesis Drum Machine, available on iPad.
Allihoopa is dedicated to building an interactive social network for anybody doing music, no matter their ambition, skill or tool. On Allihoopa, music labels and artists engage musically with their audiences and interact directly with fans and users worldwide. Together, music-makers, artists and fans come together and collaborate in new exciting ways.
"Allihoopa users love to make music and collaborate with others around the globe. We're always on the lookout for new ways people can make music together," said Timothy Self, CEO of Allihoopa. "Triqtraq and DM2 are amazing apps that bring new types of musicians and beatmakers into the Allihoopa community. We're excited to partner with giving Allihoopa users more resources to create new music."
Triqtraq users compose original beats on-the-go in the app's smooth one-window interface, record sound tweaks in real-time, and sample original sounds for direct use. The app also offers advanced automation and rhythmic features to create musical patterns that never sound the same.
DM2 is a powerful Synthesis Drum Machine for iPad with a smart graphic editor, for fast and easy-to-use sound creation and manipulation. DM2 is developed by the core team behind DM1, one of the consistent best-selling drum machines for iPad, which was awarded with an Apple Design Award in 2012.
Triqtraq and DM2 join a growing list of Allihoopa partners, which is composed of other like-minded companies and apps including Korg, Propellerhead, MOOG, Soundtrap, Figure, Take, and more.
Posted on October 20, 2017
Former Propellerhead executive brings decades of experience to rapidly expanding new platform
Stockholm, Sweden - October 20, 2017 – Allihoopa, the world's foremost collaborative music making service, today announced a partnership with VividTracker, the only Amiga Protracker compatible tracker for iPhone and iPad. The announcement was made today by Timothy Self, CEO of Allihoopa.
"With our rapidly growing user base, we at Allihoopa are constantly searching for new tools our users can take advantage of when creating music to share," said Self. "VividTracker is a top of the line mobile app, and we’re excited to team up to offer users a new resource."
VividTracker joins a growing list of Allihoopa partners of other like-minded companies and apps including Korg, MOOG, Figure, Take, Soundtrap, Propellerhead and more. VividTracker is an Amiga Protracker compatible music maker app that allows users load, save, edit, and create new ProTracker modules on iPhone and iPod.
The app is Audiobus and Audiocopy compatible, features its own sample editor, and includes an AutoChord feature, which allows users to auto-transpose one track into another in a different key.
Started as a sharing service within Propellerhead, Allihoopa, now a standalone company, is dedicated to building an interactive social network for people doing music, no matter their tool or platform. Allihoopa also allows music labels and artists to tap into Allihoopa’s global audience and technology for promotional purposes, recruit a new audience and engage directly with fans and users worldwide.
Posted on September 26, 2017
Allihoopa set to change how music doers collaborate on a global level
Stockholm, Sweden, September 26, 2017—Allihoopa, the world's foremost global and collaborative music making service, today announced the appointment of seasoned music tech executive and former Propellerhead SVP of Product Marketing, Timothy Self, as Chief Executive Officer.
Self will report to the Allihoopa's Board of Directors and will oversee all facets of the rapidly expanding social music network including fundraising, expanding services and products, developing new technology and artist partnerships, managing sales and marketing team, and more.
"Never before has a platform existed like Allihoopa. We're making music doing social. Our dream is to connect users, one-of-a-kind tracks, apps and collaborations," said Self. "As our dedicated, engaged user base continues to grow, I'm honored to lead Allihoopa's incredible team as we continue to unite artists, music fans, app developers and more across this planet."
here are no geographic or creative boundaries – users can jump in and out as they please."
Self was most recently the SVP of Product for Allihoopa where he played a pivotal role in building a dedicated iOS app that has organically drawn in over 550 thousand registered users and boasts partnerships with industry stalwarts including Propellerhead, Korg, MOOG and more.
Self also previously served as the SVP Sales and Marketing of Propellerhead Software, the VP Developer Relations of Be Inc. with over 10,000 devs and an IPO, and the VP Product Marketing at Opcode Systems.
Posted on September 14, 2017
Demand from Allihoopa’s community leads to a dedicated app for the burgeoning social network
Stockholm, Sweden, September 14, 2017—Allihoopa, the world’s foremost global and collaborative music making service, today announced that the social music network has formally separated from music software company Propellerhead. Allihoopa CEO Timothy Self made the announcement.
Started as a sharing service within Propellerhead, Allihoopa, now a standalone company, is dedicated to building an interactive social network for people doing music, no matter their tool or platform. Award winning music apps, Figure and Take, also join as part of the Allihoopa business. Allihoopa will maintain key relationship elements with Propellerhead and integration with its flagship digital audio workstation, Reason.
"Allihoopa has no real direct competitors, but rather sees itself as a collaborative, music-making network that allows all competitors to be potential partners," said Self. "As a social network geared towards the general consumer market it made sense to focus our efforts by spinning out from Propellerhead and creating a distinct business," said Self.
Allihoopa is the only global collaborative media allowing users to connect with other music doers and artists worldwide. Self added, "For the music doer—no matter what their skill level, time commitment, or preferred genre, Allihoopa is an easy-to-use all-inclusive platform that redefines the meaning of collaboration. There are no geographic or creative boundaries – users can jump in and out as they please."
"Throughout the building of Allihoopa, we've witnessed the product grow and evolve, reaching new audiences and music makers throughout the world," said Ernst Nathorst-Böös, CEO of Propellerhead. "As Allihoopa steps out on its own, the team at Propellerhead is excited to watch it continue to revolutionize the way people collaborate to make music on a global level. We look forward to listening to the millions of Allihoopa collaborations to come."
In addition to Propellerhead, Allihoopa has formed key partnerships with other like-minded companies and apps including Korg, MOOG and Soundtrap. Also music labels and artists can tap into Allihoopa’s global audience and technology for promotional purposes, recruit a new audience and engage directly with fans and users worldwide. Allihoopa users can freely use anything they find from the growing pool of over one million user-generated pieces. Allihoopa provides access to its platform through open APIs and software toolkits, enabling integration of any app or service.
Posted on March 07, 2017
Stockholm, Sweden, March 07, 2017—Allihoopa, the social network for anyone doing music, announces the immediate release of its standalone app. Encapsulating all the key elements from Allihoopa’s social music making service, the app serves as the hub for users wanting to stay connected to people they follow, keep up with the music pieces they like and launch music creation apps to build on any of the content they find.
"Now users have Allihoopa in their pockets, available at any time, wherever they go, just a tap away.” said Gustaf Kellner, CEO at Allihoopa. “It’s super simple for users to remix, sing on, mashup or deconstruct any music pieces they like with apps from Korg, Soundtrap, Propellerhead or us and easily keep up with what happens when they drop them back into Allihoopa.”
Launched a year ago in February 2016, allihoopa.com is the social network for people to come together and participate in music in the making. The Allihoopa iOS app streamlines the web service. In its initial release, Allihoopa app users can…
- Find music that inspires them—recordings, beats, songs and ideas
- Follow friends, keep up with what they're making
- Like, give kudos and get feedback on their own music
- Super-like favorite sounds to their profiles
- Build on music they find in any connected app
Moving forward, users should expect lots of fun and inspiring way to “do music” in the app. Allihoopa intends to continuously update the app to include more features from its service, provide better personal and music connections and add connections to more partner applications as they come onboard.
Anyone can download the Allihoopa app on the iTunes AppStore for free:
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Posted on January 19, 2017
Stockholm, Sweden, January 19, 2017 —KORG today announced a partnership with Allihoopa, the social network for making music. The partnership will result in the release of KORG Gadget for Mac and iOS with support for Allihoopa’s social network, which will enable KORG Gadget users to “drop” music they’ve created to the Allihoopa network for easy sharing and collaboration with anyone else on Allihoopa.
“We see the Allihoopa network as the place music collaborators of all ilks will meet up,” says Hironori Fukuda, Manager at KORG. “With just a tap, KORG Gadget users can be collaborating with the tons of vocalists, guitar players, rappers, producers and creative souls that make up the Allihoopa community.”
KORG Gadget* with Allihoopa support will be available in February 2017. The “Drop to Allihoopa” function will also be available in the newly released KORG Gadget for Mac directly from the menu bar. Allihoopa users can build on those Gadget tracks by opening them directly into their app of choice such as Allihoopa Take or Propellerhead Reason. * KORG Gadget Le for iOS is also planned to support Allihoopa.
“KORG Gadget is a perfect app to create a beat, backing track or song bed for other Allihoopa users to build on,” says Gustaf Kellner, CEO at Allihoopa. “We are extremely proud that Korg is now joining us in opening a whole new set of collaboration opportunities to the music doing community. We can’t wait to hear what comes of it.”
KORG joins Allihoopa’s Figure and Take apps and Propellerhead Reason software as the first applications supporting Allihoopa’s social network. Allihoopa offers software toolkits for third-party developers to integrate directly into their applications and services into is platform.
User can download KORG Gadget for iOS on the iTunes AppStore: itunes.apple.com/app/korg-gadget/id791077159?mt=8. The Mac version will be available in February 2017.
Browsing, listening and signing up for Allihoopa accounts is free at allihoopa.com
Since its establishment in 1963, KORG INC. has always strived to manufacture epoch-making electronic musical instruments using innovative creativity and the company’s own extensive technological expertise. In 1975, KORG introduced the world’s first compact tuner with a needle meter and has continued to produce innovative products worldwide which are at the forefront of the musical instruments market.
KORG synthesizers combine excellent sound quality and advanced technology which have earned the admiration of music fans and professional musicians everywhere. Today, KORG continues to design and develop a wide range of electronic musical instruments from synthesizers, software and tuners, to digital pianos, signal processors, digital recorders and other peripheral equipment.
Posted on January 19, 2017
Stockholm, Sweden, and Palo Alto, Calif. - January 19, 2017 – Musicians and aspiring musicians just got a boost with easy-to-use online support for their creative endeavors though a partnership between Soundtrap and Allihoopa announced today. Now users of Allihoopa's music-based social network have access to the Soundtrap collaborative music-making recording studio, where they can turn their creations into full compositions, working with others around the world using the real-time collaboration features built into Soundtrap. Conversely Soundtrap users are directly connected into to Allihoopa’s community of music makers and their open pool of music pieces.
This alliance underscores how Internet-based music-making software has become hugely popular in recent years. Allihoopa's Take app lets users record vocals while Figure digitally captures beats. With this partnership, anyone in the Allihoopa social network can expand their musical potential to work on any device in any location with a world of artistic peers in Soundtrap. Meanwhile, Soundtrap the award-winning online studio for making professional-sounding music collaboratively and simply, connects with Allihoopa’s network of users. The early seeds of ideas, clips, loops and beats from the Allihoopa apps can be built upon in Soundtrap, with users inviting others to contribute vocals, music, beats or rhythms that can be edited collaboratively as desired in the cloud-based solution.
Since its launch in June of 2015, Stockholm-based Soundtrap has grown exponentially, adding many thousands of new users daily. Helping this growth is the fact this cloud-based music platform is accessible to virtually every device because it works across iOS, Android, Chromebook, Linux, Mac and Windows operating environments online or via app. Soundtrap has quickly reached a million users.
According to Soundtrap co-founder and CEO Per Emanuelsson, "Both our companies are on a mission to encourage, simplify and revolutionize the music-making process. Through this partnership, our users get a larger network of people to collaborate with while Allihoopa users can connect with new fellow musicians among our million-plus users and develop their early musical ideas in our recording studio. We believe that broader collaboration and online social connections will help improve and inspire people in creating music and it’s our mission to make this happen."
"Our vision is to offer a platform for anyone who wants to make music. Joining with Soundtrap gives the social network of Allihoopa users a way to pick up the pieces of music and expand on them using whatever device or platform they want. The future of music making lies in collaboration, and we are extremely happy that Soundtrap is now joining us in providing increased opportunities to creative souls who want to make music,” said Gustaf Kellner, CEO at Allihoopa.
Anyone can start making music online and use Allihoopa features with Soundtrap for free at Soundtrap. Browsing, listening and signing up for Allihoopa accounts is free at allihoopa.com.
Soundtrap is the first online music recording studio to work across all operating systems, Mac, iOS, Android, Windows and Chromebook, where you collaborate with music makers from all around the world in an easy-to-use browser, cloud-based system. Headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, birthplace of many successful music tech startups such as Spotify, Soundcloud, Tidal and Beats Music, the company also has an office in Silicon Valley. Soundtrap provides an easy-to-use platform for all levels of musical interest and ability and is being used by the K12 through higher education market. For more information, visit: www.soundtrap.com.
Allihoopa unites everyone doing music together—wherever they are, whenever they like and however they choose. Inviting all ambitions, skills and levels of participation, Allihoopa is the only social network that connects people, music content and music apps. It is a place for “music in the making,” where people from all over the globe come together to exchange ideas, collaborate and encourage each other. Allihoopa users can freely use anything they find from the growing pool of over one million user-generated pieces. Allihoopa provides access to its platform through open APIs and software toolkits, enabling integration of any app or service. Founded in 2016, the company is based in Stockholm Sweden.
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