I’ve been checking out Audio Box Micro Composer. I have to say that I am really impressed by synthesis and automation, it is a really powerful application for creating interesting sounds. Patches can all be saved obviously, and the parameters can be automated.
I often find it difficult moving to a different way of working with new software, but I’m getting to grips with Audio Box, and I think it is going to be really worth it.
A good post on CDM about this tracker app. I must admit that I did follow it for a while, but had lost sight of it. It looks like it has had quite a few updates since I last checked it out.
Another post from CDM that I spotted. I had a VL-Tone when they came out, in fact I think I had two at one point and would sequence them both together. I thought that they were brilliant, and if you think about it they were in effect the precursor to handheld music.
I think it would be brilliant if someone was to develop a new style VL-Tone, with audio and all sorts of bells and whistles. I’d probably buy one. In fact, I’ve just been considering getting an old style VL!
I saw this app on PalmInfoCenter. I’ve never been keen on ringtones and ringtone apps, but as this is freeware I thought it might be fun to try out.
This small freeware app allows you to select a MP3 file and add it to your ringtone list in Sounds. It also features a file splitter so you can use a section of a song instead of the whole song. A drawback to this is that it copies the file to main memory and can be a memory hog. Usage of the files does not require the app to be installed.
Note: This app does NOT convert a MP3 to MIDI. It only adds a MP3 into the sounds list.