I sort of class this as handheld due to the use of walkman’s, tenuous I guess. Still, check it out at MusicThing.
It looks like the Pophorn software has launched. It seems to run on Java as the download is a .jar file. If you get a chance to have a look I’d appreciate any comments.
On the subject of Jam Sessions you should really give this review from DS Fanboy a once over. It compares Jam Sessions with Tenori-on and goes into a lot of detail about what you can do with the game / software.
Having read this I’m starting to think I’d like to get this for myself. I’m especially interested in the effects and chains it has to offer.
Well, September is nearly over so I thought I’d put write about some things that I’d like to get out in October (time permitting).
I’m planning another podcast and I have a few ideas for subject matter.
Hopefully the series will get at least one more entry in October.
I have two more Sound Toys for October. I’m sorry it has taken so long to release these. As before they are completely free. I’m also hoping to get another one or two ideas under way during the month.
As usual I’ll be posting on any news items as them come up.
What I’d like to see next
As always I’m hopeful on updates to software an hardware. I’d love to see:
– More from miniMusic
– Updates from 4Pockets
– Brian Whitman’s iPhone audio experiments
– Updates from the DScratch application
– Pacemaker moving forward
– Intermorphic bringing their apps to the mobile platform
– Another Milkytracker update?
I’m hoping to have some more time to experiment with putting PDAs together and use combinations of software and hardware to do some different things. If possible I’ll video my experiments too.
Palm Sounds on MySpace
I will update the MySpace page with some new content.
– I’d like to collect a bunch of resources for writing Bhajis plug-ins so that anyone with even a passing interest will have somewhere to find all the appropriate materials.
Anything I’ve missed? Let me know if there is.
Here’s a quick update on the specs for the Centro:
320×320 pixel Transflective color touchscreen, supports 16-bit color (up to 65K colors)
Dual-band CDMA2000 EvDO backward compatible with 1XRTT and IS95
Palm OS 5.4.9
Wireless Technology Version 1.2
64MB available user storage
1.3 megapixels with 2x digital zoom and video capture
Removable 1150mAh, lithium-ion 3.5 hours talk time, up to 300 hours standby time
microSD card (up to 4GB supported)
4.22″ (L) x 2.11″ x 0.73″ (D); 4.2 oz
Ruby and Onyx
Software on device
Bluetooth®, Calculator, Camcorder, Camera, Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, Memos, Documents to Go® Professional Edition 10, Downloads, Google Mobile Maps, HotSync®, Instant Messaging, Nuance Voice Control, My Centro, On Demand, Phone, Pics and Video, PocketTunes™ Deluxe, Quick Tour, Sprint Mobile Email, Sprint Store, Sprint TV, Sudoku, VersaMail® 4.0, Voice Memo, Web (Blazer® 4.5), World Clock
In the box
Palm® Centro™ smartphone
USB sync cable
Software Installation CD
Palm Centro Brochure
For those who are UK based, Dolphin Music have a page dedicated to the device and some videos too.