A new surprise exists in the future of all music lovers. The indefatigable and ever-ready Neil Young has launched PonoMusic for all high quality acoustic enthusiasts.
“Rocking in the Free World” has never been a more exciting and enticing deal. Now, the elderly yet ever-youthful rock star, Neil Young has come up with a truly marvelous deal in the form of PonoMusic. The implicit slogan is the restoration of rhythm and soul to music.
The original sound of music as its creative artists intended is available on this revolutionary platform. The emotive style and powerful delivery of lyrics and tunes is what this software-cum-hardware is all about.
Real 100% genuine music is what the deal promises. And the 21st century beckons with open arms as the music aficionados go to extreme lengths to get their daily sound fix. Neil Young has appeared in various media shows and explained his enthusiasm regarding this novel and nifty technology.
The device consists of an online resources store and a playback gadget. Called the PonoPlayer, it goes way beyond what a smart phone has to offer in its repertoire of qualities and functions. Whether you are in your residence or vehicle or even jogging in the Great Outdoors, you will get the required service at the drop of a hat.
"Our goal was to offer the highest quality digital music available from all the major labels and build the world’s best sounding, easy-to-use portable music player. We’ve achieved our goal and we are excited to launch our Kickstarter campaign this week to invite music lovers everywhere to join the PonoMusic community and reserve a PonoPlayer for their own enjoyment," said John Hamm, CEO of PonoMusic.
The smoothest high resolution music will enter your ears and give you hours of listening bliss. You may download, handle and synchronize things on this gizmo of sorts. The Kickstarter campaign for the device is to launch this week.
It is indeed an enjoyable piece of technology that will have you swaying and tapping your feet to the musical melodies emerging from its interior. It was created after years of effort by an engineering group at Ayre, which is in Boulder, Colorado.
“We are absolutely thrilled to be a part of this project. We will always be grateful to Neil Young for changing the landscape of recorded music," said Charlie Hansen, CEO of Ayre Acoustics.
The goals are set high and let’s hope Neil Young is successful in reaching them in the future. The device comes for approximately $400 and you won’t regret buying it. That’s for sure!