[Consortium] [Fervent Software] PR: Fervent Studio to Go! Available Now!

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Date: Friday, December 10, 2004 - 4:47 pm

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Announcing Fervent Studio..to go!

Bootable Live CD of music software is now available to purchase!

London, UK. 10th December 2004 - Fervent Software would like to
announce the immediate availability of Studio..to go! - a bootable
Live CD of integrated MIDI and audio sequencing, score and synthesis
software for the demanding musician and composer. Studio..to go!
offers one of the most sophisticated combinations of music software
anywhere in a single value-for-money package.

Studio..to go! runs entirely from the CD on Windows compatible 32-bit
PCs and requires no installation. Combine it with a USB memory stick
and you can take both studio and compositions around with you in your
pocket. Because the software isn’t installed and runs in its own
environment you don’t need to worry about compatability issues with
existing software on your system.

The package includes the powerful Rosegarden MUSIC sequencer and
score package, the Digital Audio Workstation Ardour, the JAMin
mastering tool, Hydrogen drum machine and a large selection of audio
plugins and virtual instruments along with CD ripping and burning
software. Studio..to go! also allows you to make use of any existing
VSTs and Soundfonts that you may already have installed on your
system.

Fervent Studio..to go! is available from the Fervent website for
49.99GBP including postage and packing. The price includes bootable
CD in mini DVD case, “getting started” notes, tutorials,
introductions to all of the music applications included and 30 days
email support and access to Fervent Forums. Fervent will make every
effort to deliver to UK customers ordering before 15th December in
time for Christmas.

For more information and to order Studio..to go! please go to:

http://www.ferventsoftware.com

or email: info@ferventsoftware.com

About Fervent Software

Fervent Software Ltd is a privately owned music technology company
based in the UK. It focuses on delivering high standards of
usability and accessibility for music and creative software as well
as advocating and participating in major Open Source software
development projects. Fervent Software works with many music
technology providers and educational groups to bring high quality
music software within anyone’s reach. Studio..to go! establishes
Fervent Software at the forefront of innovation and excellence in
music technology.
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