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Rhythm Core Alpha 2 is out in Europe and Australia as of NOW!

Thursday, August 15th, 2013

Rhythm Core Alpha 2™ just came out in Europe! Just now! Within the last 8 hours or so! And it has been out ALL DAY in Australia already! And, of course, it has been out in the Americas since June!
What are you waiting for? Go get it now!

Rhythm Core Alpha 2™ will be released in Europe and Australia on August 15th!

Thursday, July 25th, 2013

We are pleased to announce that the European version of Rhythm Core Alpha 2™ has passed all Nintendo testing and is due to be released in those territories on August 15th. That includes the UK, all of Europe, and Australia!

We are very excited to finally release in Europe and Australia! We can’t wait to hear what kind of music you can make!

Rhythm Core Alpha 2™ will be available as a download for the Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo DSi game systems in the Nintendo eShop or Nintendo DSiWare store. The price in Europe will be 10 euros, or 1000 Nintendo Points.

Rhythm Core Alpha 2™ is the most full-featured music sequencer / solo instrument available for Nintendo game platforms, designed for creating and playing music live. It includes a traditional drum grid and piano-roll style sequencer, a solo mode with 10 different variations for playing instruments live, a drum screen for playing drums, a mixer screen for controlling levels, and a pattern mode for arranging loops and chord changes to form complete songs.

It contains many synthesis capabilities like ADSR envelopes for volume and pitch, a powerful vibrato/arpeggio feature, and per-track echo.

The buttons can be redefined to change the key and scale of your sequences, and/or jump to different loops or different sections of the pattern (song), a feature that is unique among music software programs on any platform.

There is a full set of editing features for copying notes and beats that is not available in any other Nintendo music tool.

For these reasons, we believe that Rhythm Core Alpha 2™ is the most powerful music program on any game platform, and the most compelling program for the creation of live music.

Rhythm Core Alpha easier to find in European 3DS eShop!

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012

Rhythm Core Alpha is now listed under “Music and Rhythm Games” (or your local translation of such) in the Nintendo 3DS eShop for Europe! We are about in the middle of the list! Now everybody in Europe, the UK, and Australia can more easily find and get the best music program on a Nintendo portable!

Rhythm Core Alpha in European 3DS eShop “Feel the Rhythm” section.

Friday, November 18th, 2011

Rhythm Core Alpha is now much better placed in the Nintendo 3DS eShop for Europe, the UK, and Australia, appearing in a section called “Feel the Rhythm”. Being close to the front page helped sales in the Americas tremendously, so we are hoping that this helps us in the rest of the world!

Alas, we still don’t have a partner for selling Rhythm Core Alpha in Japan and the rest of Asia…

Press for Rhythm Core Alpha!

Friday, January 21st, 2011

Matrix Synth on BlogSpot and GoNintendo.com, Steelberry Clones (stereoklang), MenaGamer, Southern Fried Gamer and Rebel Gaming have printed our press release!

Nintendo Life covered us early on!

SynthTopia has our back!

GameSpot and EveNews have added the European screenshots.

GamersHell gets the newn out!

Laptop Rockers knows the score!

Did I miss your site! Send me the link to your coverage and I’ll print it here!

Rhythm Core Alpha launches in Europe and Australia on Friday, January 21st!

Wednesday, January 5th, 2011

Nintendo of Europe has sent the following message:
“It is a pleasure for us to inform you that we will release Rhythm Core Alpha on Friday, January 21st.”

We can now break our silence on the new features for Europe!
- Recording of Solo and Block Screen Keyboard into Tracks.
- Recording of Block and Key changes into Pattern
- Powerful multi-waveform vibrato!
- Greatly enhanced pattern editing.

New videos will be up soon!

Another new Feature for Europe is IN!

Sunday, September 19th, 2010

Finished another new feature for Europe ( and Australia! ) today! Fixed a bunch of bugs relating to the last new feature I added. Tomorrow, I update the manuals and send the new info off for translation.