After you've downloaded HyperTab you can buy the full-length song files it plays. These files:
- drive the HyperTab visual display
- sound better then regular midi files
- sync to your mp3 of the original recording
- are available only from this web site
SPECIAL INTRO PRICE: $6
HyperTab song files
Click on a song title below for pictures and a video sample:
|Pride and Joy||Stevie Ray Vaughan||$6.00|
|more titles coming soon!|
What am I buying?
A HyperTab song file is basically a MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) file, with several important differences:
- these are hand-crafted MIDI files designed specifically for HyperTab. They sound better then stock MIDI files.
- like any MIDI file, it does not contain digital audio; however each song file has been carefully synchronized with the original recording, so if you have the mp3, you can link to it.
- each file is encrypted prior to purchase so that it only works on your computers.
Why are the files encrypted?
So I could get music licensing. See the sidebar ->
What happens after I click the "buy" button?
The song file will be added to your shopping cart. Prior to checkout, you'll be asked to register if you haven't bought any songs before. After you've checked out, and your credit card has been authorized (this usually only takes a few seconds), you'll be given a link to download the file, with instructions on where to save it.
Why do I have to register?
This is part of the encryption process. You'll be asked to supply a user name (your eMail address) and a password. Later on, when you authorize one of your computers to play HyperTab files, you'll be asked to supply the same user name and password the first time you play a song.
Your eMail address will only be used to send out periodic announcements about updates, bug fixes, etc. It will not be given or sold to any other company.
- your credit card number will not be stored anywhere.
- if you're not satisfied I'll refund your money.
- if you have any problems, you can eMail me or call me and I'll try to respond as quickly as possible. You're not dealing with a faceless corporation, you're dealing with a small software developer who cares about his product!