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Pixelh8 Music Tech Pro Performer Cart now available

Pixelh8 Music Tech Pro Performer Cart is now available for £30 plus £5 delivery. Is that too much? I don’t know, maybe, maybe not.

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Pixilang 1.5

PixiLang gets updated to version 1.5 as follows:

  • added support of the SDL library on Linux;
  • added support of fullscreen direct draw access on PalmOS;
  • optimized code for direct drawing (SDL, DirectX, OpenGL, GAPI…);
  • fixed bugs with bitmap drawing on Windows Mobile;
  • fixed bug with pixi-loading after file_dialog();
  • speed optimization;
  • many bugs fixed.
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Syntrax flash player

Now if you have Syntrax files you want to place on your website you can with the Syntrax flash player. Cool.

0 comments on “Useful AxisPad review”

Useful AxisPad review

I was looking for something else, and found this instead which is actually not a bad review at all.

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More experiments …

Another video from the other day. The technology is all the same as before. The only difference is that with this track Bhajis Loops is running in live mode.

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Thoughts on PDA instruments …

I was thinking about PDA based instruments again and specifically the likes of AxisPad and Theremini / Theremidi. In my last video I used both these apps. Whilst I think they worked fine it made me realise that I could do so much more with these apps by simply investing some time and effort into setting up instruments that work well with the slates in AxisPad and fit with the overall piece.

Sounds straightforward doesn’t it, but as I’ve started it is less easy than I thought it would be. SoundPad is a fantastic appplication and it allows a lot of control over a sound. It takes time to get a sound working right and I think sometimes I rush to get a sound finished.


AxisPad slates are easy to make, but fine tuning them to a point where they really work is a bit harder.


So fine tuning settings in both of these apps so they really work together is going to take more time, but in the end I think it will be really worth it and it will make performance much more straightforward.