The Korg DS-10 blog has a new post in Japanese. I did try to translate it but it still didn’t make much sense, there was some stuff about bugs and maybe something about finding it difficult to hit July? I don’t really know, but if anyone can provide a better translation that would be really useful.
AppleInsider amongst others has the news that Apple has released a new version of the iPhone SDK and firmware 2.0 to developers. Nothing really new in terms of audio capability although there are rumours of a 3G chipset in the firmware and the possibility of more video functionality which would be good.
Brighthand has this post on a new sub notebook from HP. It looks very nice and from a quick read of their review it sounds like it might be a good step in the right direction for sub notebooks.
iLounge has an update on a bunch of games for the iPod being removed, one of which is the Sony game Musika. I’ve got this game and I have to say it is quite poor. Still, it has gone now, no big surprise there.
Well I’ve only had a brief chance to play with SunVox, but so far so good. I’ve been running it on a Treo 650, and it seems to be performing very well. The interface is vaguely reminiscent of miniMusic’s SoundPad. I was able to start to create some interesting sounds by adding filters and sound generators. The sound quality is quite impressive.
I know herrprof has had crashes with the app on a Treo 700p, so if you have similar experiences please comment them or feed them back to NightRadio
What a day. There’s been loads of interesting news today, and this just tops it all off. CDM has a great post on this new development for the DS. It looks like 2008 could be a really interesting year for the DS.
MeTeoR has been updated to version 1.08. Not sure what that means, or what’s been updated. I’ll try and find out.
I only just heard about this new app from NightRadio. It runs on PalmOS and also WinCE so I will try it out on both (time permitting).
SunVox is a small, simple, fast and powerful program for music creation, based on modular synths and tracker-like interface.
(Detailed info about music trackers is here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tracker) SunVox is Based on parts of the PsyTexx tracker, the PsyTexxSynth engine and the SunDog engine.
As soon as I’ve had a chance to play with this I’ll post again.