Fancy being a superstar DJ? Here's your chance to re-e-wind and make the crowd say bo selecta.
KISS FM has used Soniqplay's audio technology to produce the KISS Remixer app, which challenges listeners to become the DJ and give their favourite songs an overhaul.
Users get a free song to use at download, while each new track costs £1.99. They can then go on to give tunes from the likes of Rizzle Kicks, Pixie Lott and Example the remix treatment, manipulating the bass, drums, guitar et al.
Once a song has been reworked, would-be DJs can share the remix via social networks, getting playback and providing the app exposure as a result. Meanwhile, each song bought from within the app will be recognised by the Official Charts Company.
Martin Macmillan, founder and CEO of Soniqplay, said "This is a big day for us as we roll out our first scale commercial launch of our new digital model. We believe music fans want to be able to do more with the music they love and this experience turns the music experience from a passive to an active one."
Liz Cunningham, head of commercial programming, Kiss Network at Bauer Media, said: "We are excited about the KISS Remixer launching on iOS and the range of artists we have participating in the app. It’s a great way of getting our listeners creating content as well as creating a new digital revenue model for commercial radio."
Soniqplay spoke to ME about its desire to fill the void that ringtones left, and the KISS Remixer is the start or achieving that ambition.