Ubisoft are running a Jam Sessions competition! here’s the detail:
“Win a chance to perform on the YOUTUBE HOMEPAGE and FUSE TV!
Jam Sessions is the groundbreaking music experience that transforms your Nintendo DS™ Lite system into a portable guitar, promoting singing, playing and songwriting while offering the perfect companion for social gatherings, commuting to work/school, or just relaxing at home.
Now Ubisoft and GameStop are going to give you a chance to show off your talent and earn a chance to perform on the YOUTUBE HOMEPAGE and FUSE TV!
All you have to do is record a video performance of an original song and upload it to YouTube’s Jam Sessions contest page. You must be playing the Jam Sessions game on the Nintendo DS, and your song must include lyrics and vocals. Only two people will be flown to New York City, NY from the winning video entry.
All entries must be submitted by October 23rd, where they will be voted on by YouTube users. Contest winners will be announced on November 6, 2007″
It sounds like fun. Post a link if you enter.
Another modified VL-1 has turned up on eBay. It looks really nice I have to say.
Enjoy the photos.
I wonder what it’ll end up going for then?
I got this from PocketGear today.
“HURRY, ONE DAY LEFT TO SAVE!
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20% Off Your Order!
Just enter WELCOME at checkout to receive your discount.
Hurry! This offer expires October 10, 2007.
While visiting the site, be sure to help build up our customer reviews by taking time to review your favorite applications!
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THE 20% SITEWIDE DISCOUNT CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH ANY OTHER OFFERS OR DISCOUNTS.”
I know this is a little bit off topic, but it is sort of multi-media related. I’ve always been a fan of stop frame animation and filming, and this application from RNS:: does just that. Rapid Movie has 3 operating modes:
– Single Photo – captures still pictures just like the “Camera” application. This simple mode does not actually create movies or photo sequences, but one shot a time.
– Photo Series – takes pictures sequentially in equal intervals, and saves them as separate JPEG files. You can adjust the interval between consecutive shots.
– Moving Video – takes pictures sequentially in equal intervals, and saves them all as a single MOV file. You can adjust the interval between consecutive shots, as well as the playback rate.
It looks great for making little movies all that’s missing is the ability to add a separate soundtrack.
Another of these stories from Brighthand. Who knows, maybe they will release something worthwhile.
I got an email from AntixLabs saying that they have no intention of developing a music application. Never mind.