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Rock Prodigy Awarded 2011 “Education” Appy Award

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Rock Prodigy

The Way of H has announced that Rock Prodigy was named a winner in the “Education” category at the 2011 Appy Awards. Taking place during the two-day OMMA Global Conference & Expo, the annual Appy Awards honor the best mobile, social and web apps in a diverse range of categories.

Produced by the Way of H, Rock Prodigy uses polyphonic pitch-recognition and allows guitarists from every level to play alongside rock legends with the help of an Apple® iPhone®, iPad® or iPod® Touch.

“This award is a testament to how Rock Prodigy is changing music education and the way people learn how to play guitar,” said Harold Lee, co-founder and CEO of The Way of H, Inc. “It’s an honor to be recognized as a leader and innovator in the world of mobile technology literally weeks into the launch of our app.”

Rock Prodigy is available for free in the iTunes App Store, with premium feature packs starting at $9.99 USD.

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Rock Prodigy, interactive app for iOS teaches guitar skills

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Rock Prodigy

The Way of H has announced Rock Prodigy, a revolutionary new app to help you learn real guitar skills on your instrument.

All guitar players, from beginner to advanced, can now reach prodigy status with the launch of a new mobile application, Rock Prodigy™, that teaches users how to play a real guitar, any guitar, with the help of an Apple® iPhone®, iPad® or iPod® Touch. Using polyphonic pitch-recognition, Rock Prodigy allows all guitar players to learn, experience and absorb the music from legendary rock guitarists including James Hetfield of Metallica, Jerry Garcia of Grateful Dead and Joe Trohman of Fall Out Boy.

The app immerses users in original master recordings of popular guitar-centric songs, while simultaneously providing real-time feedback as players strum along with a real guitar. The interactive app also has the ability to auto-pause and uses tab-like performance cues for all four levels of play, which show precise rhythm, timing and note durations with real-time interaction and performance evaluation.

Allowing players to learn on the go, Rock Prodigy requires no additional hardware as guitarists can play directly into their mobile devices using the built-in microphone, a standard headset with microphone or a basic line-in guitar input adapter.

“Rock Prodigy was truly created for musicians by musicians,” said Harold Lee, co-founder of Rock Prodigy and CEO of The Way of H, Inc. “By combining mobile technology, modern apps and a guitarist’s favorite bands, Rock Prodigy offers a solution to the usual hang-ups of learning guitar. Guitar masters can also learn a thing or two.”

Rock Prodigy is available for free in the iTunes App Store, with premium feature packs starting at $9.99 USD.

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