MeTeoR talk (4)

Some further feedback has been left on MeTeoR by the anonymous commentator, this looks interesting:

“Hi, it’s me (anonymous) again, and I must ad important info about this prog:
When I tried it the other day and found the timing perfect, it was because I had recorded each track one by one (all others muted while recording), with the metronome on..

Today, I tried to “sing” (record) the drumtrack with metronome on, that was OK.
But when I tried to add the bass track with metronome off, the result is just awful!!!

So I’d say this program is a good wave files mixer, but you can’t use it as a true multitracks recorder since you can’t just add a bassline over a drums track…

There’s a “latency” setting, but I think it’s an overall latency setting, not track by track setting.
I think the issue would be acceptable if we could manually “play” with this latency, allowing us to adjust each track with each other (or rather with the first or drum track).”

I think it would be really useful if the anonymous commentator could pass this feedback to 4Pockets the developer to see what kind of response you get.

I have to say that so far my experience has been with using this application with vocals and an existing .wav track (not using the metronome), and I had good experiences.

Syntrax is free!

Syntrax is now free! All versions:

PocketPC Versions:
Syntrax Version 1.05 (ARM/XScale)
Syntrax Version 1.05 (Mips)
Syntrax Version 1.05 (SH3)
Symbian UIQ version:
Syntrax Version 1.09 (p800/p900/p910i/a925/a920)
Symbian Series 60 version:
Syntrax Version 1.09 (Nokia NGage,6600,6620,7610, Siemens SX1, and more)
Symbian UIQ 3.0 Version:
Syntrax version 1.09 (SonyEricsson m600, p990, w950)
Full WinXP and Win2000 Desktop version (v1.04)
Syntrax Version 1.04

Well worth checking out if you use any of the devices listed above.

WWDC Tomorrow

Here’s to some interesting news tomorrow, although I have to say that I’m not holding out too much hope. I’d love to see a new Apple sub-notebook, but I doubt it will be announced.

Still, let’s see what does come out.

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