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Full Body Explosion Runs Off For iPad

In Audio Recording, iPad App, iPhone App on September 21, 2011 at 8:13 pm

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ESCONDIDO, Ca. — September 21, 2011 — Digital Lantern has updated FullBodyExplosion. It is available on the iTunes App Store as an iOS application now for iPAD.

FullBodyExplosion is a scientific 3D spatial audio application for pranksters and players with a fine musical ear. It is based on a somewhat rare medical condition, Synsomaticexplosia, a digestive irritation when gasses and fluids expand in a body and erupt all at once. Like when a yawn leads to a cough and keeps on going.

With Full Body Explosion, play and miss the golden eight prank sounds each with five variations to permute over 200,000 bodily effects. For a deliciously insane experiment run an automatic sequence. Or just make body music.

The iPhone application was produced by Digital Lantern with audio engineering from Earwax Productions. Digital Lantern has been producing fine digital products since 1992.

See FullBodyExplosion at the iTunes store.

See the FullBodyExplosion fan web site.

Contact:
Mark Beaulieu
markbrand@me.com
760-715-6354 in Escondido, CA

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The Embedded Session

In Audio Recording, iPhone App on May 27, 2009 at 5:47 am
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Loud mouths are Marc Basso and Evan Martin. 

Of the many recordings that went into Full Body Explosion, perhaps the best was the Escondido “embedded” session of March 3o. The spirited talent is now mixed into the iPhone app FullBodyExplosion. Did you know you can definitely distinguish the burp of male from female?

Currently not available in Apple’s App Store
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Loud mouths are Jenn Moore, Kathleen Kuechler, and Sarah Esserlieu.

Who knows, they might come back for a YouTube session.

FullBodyExplosion Launched on iPhone

In iPhone App on May 25, 2009 at 6:11 pm

ESCONDIDO, Ca. — June 6 2009 — Digital Lantern received approval from Apple Inc. to sell FullBodyExplosion through their iTunes App Store. FullBodyExplosion is a scientific spatial audio application for pranksters with a fine musical ear. It is based on a somewhat rare medical condition, Synsomaticexplosia, when digestive irritation, fluids, and gasses expand in a body and erupt all at once. Perhaps a yawn has led to a cough but keeps on going. With Full Body Explosion, play the golden eight prank sounds each with five variations, or as a deliciously insane experiment through an automatic sequence. Or just make body music.

Click on FullBodyExplosion to visit the iTunes store.

The iPhone application was produced by Digital Lantern with audio engineering from Earwax Productions. Digital Lantern has been producing fine digital products since 1992. Inquires to jobeau@me.com