With February 14th fast approaching, lovers everywhere are looking for unique ways to say 'I love you'. 'AcoustiCards' can build a song unique to the individual in seconds, ready to send by email, Facebook or Twitter... or just played at the most romantic moment.
Online PR News – 02-February-2014 – Hitchin, UK – It's hard to find an original way to say 'I love you' that goes beyond the usual flowers, chocolates and card combination. But this February the iPhone app 'AcoustiCards' makes it possible to make and send a short personalized song absolutely free! And for much less than the cost of sending an ordinary card, users can make a full-length ballad that includes a name, the best things about someone, and references to happy memories or hopes for the future. There's even a special line for Star Trek fans!
And the app has loads of other occasions covered too. Top technology commentator Adam Engst said: ‘I found a huge grin breaking out on my face as I listened to my birthday song… Give it a try!’ And users can also brighten someone’s day with a song that says ‘Congratulations’, or simply ‘You’re Great’. Tim Hole, Personal Performance Coach, believes there is a lot to be said for unexpected gestures. “I actively encourage people to reach out more regularly to everyone they know, because in doing so they strengthen bonds, build bridges and open pathways of possibility. Send an unexpected message today and see what happens!”
The AcoustiCards app has been developed by the award-winning radio producer, Paul Arnold. He was facing some tough times a while back when he decided to throw his money and energy into creating a unique personalized musical greetings app. Paul brought his skills in audio production, music and interactive projects together to create AcoustiCards, an iPhone and iPad app that seamlessly mixes hundreds of options into its songs. Paul says: "Having an idea for an app, is in many ways, the modern equivalent of having an unfinished novel in a drawer somewhere. To see the smile on people's faces when they get to a line in the song that is perfect for them - that makes it all worthwhile.”
•The AcoustiCards app is FREE to download for iPhone, iPad and iTouch https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/acousticards/id566334458?mt=8
•Recipients do not need to download the AcoustiCards app to access songs
•Preview as many personalized musical greetings and jingles as you like before making your selection
•Songs cost from nothing to £1.49
•For more information or to arrange an interview with app creator Paul Arnold, please contact Paul on +44 7941 356026 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
•To hear example cards, please visit www.acousticards.com
About Pictures In Sound.
Pictures in Sound is directed by Paul Arnold, a radio producer and engineer with three Radio Academy awards and an equal number of BBC Innovation awards to his name. Working two days a week making trails and packages for BBC Radio 4 and 4 extra, he's also currently working on sound design for the Doctor Who audio drama company Big Finish. His previous work has included Chain Gang, the bite-sized radio drama told by its listeners, and Easter Diaries, winner of a 2012 Jerusalem award at BAFTA. More details can be found at www.picturesinsound.com.