Donny from the Inside BlackBerry Blog recently conducted an interview with app developer and DREAM THEATER keyboardist Jordan Rudess about the popular MorphWiz music app for the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet.MorphWiz won first place in the category of "Best Music Creation App" in the 2010 Billboard Music App Awards, "Best Musical App" in the Best App Ever Awards and "Best iPhone/iPad/iTouch" app in the Electronic Musician's 2011 Editor's Choice Awards. MorphWiz was produced by Wizdom Music, founded by Rudess and co-created by Rudess and software developer Kevin Chartier. In addition to MorphWiz, they have released the popular music apps Sample Wiz and GeoSynth.
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