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Prague – 29th August 2014 – Cinemax, independent studio located in beautiful Prague–Zbraslav, is bringing its popular music series Rytmik to Nintendo 3DS™ with a library consisting of more than 500 musical instruments, tools to create rhythmical themes and tunes and brand new features in Rytmik Ultimate.

Rytmik is a powerful pocket music station allowing you not only to play with samples and musical instruments but also to mix them together, shape them and create music clips or tracks for your Friday night set-list.

Rytmik Ultimate is taking music creation to another level thanks to new features. One of the biggest additions to the series and the most desired one among fans is exporting and saving music to an SD card. Once your work on the Nintendo 3DS is complete, you can save it to the SD card in WAV format.

Every instrument is now a wavetable synthesizer, with advanced effects module you have more power to shape sounds with ADSR envelope, vibrato, portamento, noise shaper or digital delay.

Rytmik Ultimate will of course include more features and additions to popular series to enrich your experience with playing with sounds and creating music on the go.

Key Features

- Save and export your music to an SD card

- More than five hundred new musical instruments

- Drawable waveform synth module

- Advanced effects like ADSR Envelope, Digital Delay, Noise Shaper and more

- Simple and Intuitive yet powerful Interface

- New visual themes

Rytmik Ultimate is set to be released on Nintendo 3DS in Q1 2015.

Staying on the sound wave of announcements, Rytmik World Music is coming to European Nintendo DSiWare for just 1,99 EUR (200 Nintendo Points) on September 4 with permanent 75% sale.

Check out the new trailer for Rytmik: World Music now:

More info:

About Cinemax

Cinemax is a leading independent studio based in Prague with track record of more than 40 titles published across various platforms including Nintendo DSiWare, Nintendo eShop, Steam and iOS. The next Cinemax title will be an old-school first person dungeon crawler The Keep.

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