AEROSMITH Frontman to Help Launch New Marchitecture

According to, AEROSMITH frontman Steven Tyler and Intel's boss Craig Barrett will announce the UmixIT marchitecture on Janaury 6 at Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas.

Using antique techniques of online journalism's Fuad Abazovic discovered that UmixIT is actually sound mixer powered by the famous music application Cakewalk. It's a way to allow the average chap or chapess to mix and remix some multi channel music on her or his PC. You need a 1GHz CPU with 256MB of memory to make eight or even sixteen channel music tracks if you are ready to pay enough.

This should be a good way to remix your songs and put all of your channels together and make a final song that you want to deliver to your local radio station.


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