We're super pleased with the review. Money quotes:
"One developer - zenAudio - is definitely challenging the way I’m looking at performing live music with ALK2"
"Just that feature alone is enough to make ALK2 incredible. But it has several more tricks that aren’t really played up a lot, and are actually pretty mind blowing."
"Whoa, you mean I don’t have to be a guitarist or beat boxer, I can actually be a keyboardist?!"
"the graphics and overall imagery in ALK2 are very sleek and wonderfully vector based. You can zoom in in crazy cool ways, and everything is wonderfully animated."
And I'm just going to go ahead and let G.W. conclude this post:
ALK2 gives a wonderful glimpse into the future of live sequencing and recording. But even with all the colors, lights and features, it still feels like it’s missing more than a few important features. It reminds me of some of the earliest versions of Ableton in the sense that it’s a program that can do things other programs simply can’t do but it’s also missing a few things that all of the programs have. That being said, I do think ALK2 has the potential to grow in to something powerful. With the developers so keen at thinking outside of the box, I don’t think it will take long.
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