Check, check… testing, one two three…

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  1. Hi, how can I obtain the password to download the software, please? thank you for the answer

  2. Hi, Sorry about that. I set up the website but wasn’t expecting any visits yet since I haven’t actually started promoting it. I see you have signed up to the newsletter. That’s great! In a couple of weeks I hope to make an announcement where you will be able to download and test Soft Arranger before anyone else.

  3. Ok, thank you very much

  4. Hi!

    This is exactly the kind of software I’ve been looking for and I’m really excited to see where you’ll take it. Please add some tutorials/how-to’s on installation, sample playing videos, etc and update us here on your site.

    Thank you for working on it!

  5. http://admin says: -#1

    Thanks for your comments. That’s exactly what I’m working on right now. Check back here regularly and soon you will see what you are asking for.

  6. how can I obtain the password to download the software

  7. Hello I’d like to know when the software will be ready…I’m waiting for such long…thanks

  8. Hello, I just discovered your site, I’m looking for an arranger worthy of the name, when do you think you can do it in demonstration to try. Sincerely, Frédéric

  9. CHEERS

    I haven’t tried it yet, but congrats on the effort, and I’m sure it will work.

    P.S. Can i suggest 2 paths for development:

    1) Possibility to use current styles ( we all have some Casio or Yamaha or…style) so some conversion software would be a bonus
    2) Possibility so send MIDI to “real synth” Why not? Many of us have good workstations, and we want to use those sounds but as arranger keyboards

  10. Hello, how to get the password to try your software. Thank you in advance

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