Now that is cool, I really must get around to trying this out. I’ve been meaning to try two emulations on my T3, firstly running GBulator with Nanoloop and apps by 8 Cylinder inside it (as seen in this photo of GBulator with Nanoloop, and also running Atari ST old music software on CaSTaway.
It has to be worth a go, certainly I think that the GBulator with Nanoloop / 8 Cylinder will work, I think that the Atari ST idea might be harder and less likely yet still worth a try.
So, there’s a job for February.
Any other kinds of emulation worthwhile for palm?
Thanks to Tim (of miniMixa fame) for this excellent review. I’ve been wondering about getting one of these to replace my Zoom PS04. Not sure now though.
Maybe I should wait until they’ve ironed out some of the issues with it, especially the file format.
I’ve started a calendar which you can find under the “useful links” section on the right hand panel. It doesn’t have much on it at the moment, but the plan is to add stuff to it regularly on all sorts of handheld subjects.
Here’s an interesting post about Screens and Safire and how it all works together for music based applications.
The Palm Sounds feed has been updated with lots of new pictures of your favourite applications for Palm and PocketPC.
Here’s an interesting video of miniMixa in action live. Stuff like this just makes me more intent on getting to grips with it.
I have made abortive attempts to get to grips with this app a couple of times, but I’ve never been able to get my head around it. However, I gave it another go today. I sat down with the manual and started to try and get my head around it. Well, I didn’t get very far at all. I just couldn’t get it into my head at all.
I’m not going to let it go though, I will keep at it until I can say for sure whether it is something I want to play with on a regular basis or not.
I’ll report back on how it all goes.
I had a quick look at this application today. It was interesting to find that the application ran on my old Jornada 568. I had a look at the track arranger and the voice controller. All quite straightforward and easy to use. The pattern arranger was easy to deal with except for using drums. That wasn’t so good.
Overall it is an interesting application. In some ways a bit like Griff, and in others like Bhajis Loops.
I think it is a good application from what I’ve seen so far, but it doesn’t have a lot of new features that you can’t find in other applications.
I have to say that the interface is very nice indeed. I especially like the VU meters.
I thought I’d write about what I’m planning for the rest of 2007…
– A Palm Sounds web site to contain up to date information on projects / links etc
– A download page to get palm apps that can’t be found elsewhere
– A photos page of screen shots of applications
– An events calendar for what’s coming up during this year and beyond
– Palm Sounds Mac OSX Widget
– Revamp of the Palm Sounds store (boo hiss)
– A regular podcast (well, fairly regular anyway)
That’s just the start really, there is more, but it needs more work. Hopefully some of these things will be up and running in the next week or two.
Now you can email Palm Sounds with useful news information, photos, videos or whatever you want. To contact Palm Sounds email at:
Hope to hear from you soon,