ARTS & CULTURE
08/22/2010 11:25 pm ET Updated May 25, 2011

Unzipping The DNA Of Music: There's An App For That (VIDEO)

Developed by concert pianist Robert Taub, Improvox is the latest in incredibly advanced ways of experiencing music that have become available via iPad and museums like Los Angeles' Grammy Museum. Described as a "vocal instrument" on Apple's website, Improvox allows you to create harmonies and other effects using your voice. Check out the video below to learn about this latest development in arts technology.

Improvox is a new iPad application developed by the concert pianist Robert Taub and his company MuseAmi. Improvox came about after Mr. Taub tried to help his children learn music.

(From: NY Times)