News from TimeWarp
I would like to welcome back our former customers and introduce TimeWarp Technologies to our new customers.
TimeWarp was founded in the mid-1990s and subsequently became the industry leader in the area of music score-following software. Over the years, we produced In Concert (published by Cakewalk), Home Concert 2000, Home Concert Xtreme, Classroom Maestro, Internet MIDI, and M.O.S.T.
In February 2011, we sold our software assets to another company that imploded within a year. Those assets subsequently changed hands several times. I am delighted to say that our programs returned home to TimeWarp on July 31, 2014.
During the last several years, we have developed a new and exciting code base and have built a suite of forthcoming products based on our new SuperScore technology. We’re hard at work integrating our old and new product lines, and SuperScore will eventually benefit our existing products.
We have no formal announcements to make about forthcoming products at this time, but we do want you to know that our existing products not only have a pulse, they have a future!
We look forward to serving our former customers once again, and we are eager to get acquainted with new customers who purchased our products more recently.
We ask you to be patient as we reestablish the customer database and attend to various software issues. At the same time, we invite you to contact us with any and all questions and concerns. Please use the Contact Us link at the top of the page for customer service-related issues and the Support button for technical support matters.
Best wishes for a musical future,
George F. Litterst, President
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