At last the Belkin PodCast studio appears to be coming out. Apparently according to this article from MobileMag in September in the US for around $119.
Thanks Pete for this:
miniMIXA V3 featured a video mixer, enabling you to chain together pictures, videos, music and sound effects with a range of transitions. It was quite impressive. 🙂 This won’t be in the first release of Mixtikl (we have too much to do!), but it’ll re-appear no doubt in subsequent releases of Mixtikl!
Sound like Mixtikl will be an awesome all round application in time, a real multi-media powerhouse.
Something definitely going on here, but I can’t make sense of it. This post on the DS-10 blog is certainly about the DS-10 and the Tenori-on, but I can’t make any sense of the translation, which is so annoying as it looks really interesting too!
According to TUAW lots of people are reporting issues / crashes with iPhone apps. Apparently these aren’t necessarily the developers fault and could be down to instability of the iPhone 2.0 firmware.
A number of sites have picked this story up, but it is quite an achievement already to have that many downloads in a weekend. I am guessing it will ease off, but as the number of iPhones increases I guess it won’t go down too much.
Another interesting post from CDM. I tend to agree. All too often I overlook the other uses of PDAs / handhelds in the search for the next musical tool