Useful post on the TrakAx blog about using trakAx to make ringtones.
Well, here we go again. sQeeQ is the latest in the Sound Toys series from Palm Sounds.
So, what does it do? Well, every button triggers a three note randomised sequence. The pitch, volume and duration are random. Press another button and you’ll get a second three note sequence added to the current pattern and so on. Press reset and you the whole thing goes back to the beginning. Simple.
As ever, Sound Toys are freeware, feel free to download and enjoy.
Here’s an interesting article / interview with Harmonix producer Kasson Crooker. It could be interesting if they make more iPod games like this.
I bought this game myself the other day, so when I get a chance to play it a bit more I’ll give you my opinions.
GetLoFi has a great post on this foot controller for GB running Nanoloop. It looks very cool indeed, especially for life performances.
Ok, this is a little bit off topic I guess, but of interest nonetheless. Kinetica have opened their own online shop. Very nice too, lots of strange things to buy.
The other day I got an email from Griff, It was very pleasant, it collated a load of resources into one place, which was very useful.
So today I decided to visit the forum again, although there hasn’t been much going on there for a while. So I was interested to find this post about the iPhone and Android.
Could we see a new Griff on the iPhone in 2008?
Check out Livepa: for an interesting video on the Kaossilator.
This is the first thing I’ve made with TrakAx Mobile, and it is really growing on me. The app is truly amazing. This short film was made with some images I created using NinerPaint (Palm OS), and Music using Bhajis Loops (Palm OS) combined using fades and mixing in TrakAx. It was really easy to make and rendered quickly on my Dell Axim.
I’ve just started playing with mixing video too. When I’ve got something more complex I’ll post that too, and a full review when I get used to the app.
Here’s what Brighthand has to say:
“… To give people more incentive to create software for the Android platform, Google has launched the Android Developer Challenge, which will provide $10 million in awards for great outstanding applications. The award money will be distributed equally between two phases.
Android Developer Challenge I will run from January 2 through March 3, 2008. The 50 most promising entries received will each receive a $25,000 award to fund further development. Those selected will then be eligible for even greater recognition via ten $275,000 awards and ten $100,000 awards…. “
Handango have had a bit of a makeover and as a result have a 15% sale on smartphone apps.