I just got a copy of “Basic Programming”. The CD release from the ZX Spectrum Orchestra, and it is fantastic. Not really handheld I know, but certainly of interest.
The fantastic Goldfish bass synth from Griff
Here’s what the the Griff site says:
“Simple and effective design from Zephod. Monophonic bassline synth Designed to be fast but still have a smooth filter. Controls include env mod, resonance, wave, glide, decay and cut-off.”
A lovely sound, worth it if you have Griff.
I’ve written a few posts recently about hardware devices and I’ve found myself lusting after a Boss Micro-BR again. It makes me wonder, what is better, dedicated hardware or software for generic devices?
I like the idea of hardware that is made specifically for one task, but I also want to carry less gear that can do more so that I can do everything I need with the minimum number of devices.
I think maybe a poll to see what you think too.