I seem to have missed this. Mixx Mobile has been updated to version 2.0. The Mixx Mobile site doesn’t tell you much about the update except for this:
With improved handling for SmartPhone we have greatly optimized the workflow for creating ringtones. Mixx Mobile 2.0 provides full support for Windows Mobile 6.1 and includes many other improvements. Try it out and see for yourself!
I’ll have to see if I can get an updated version to check it out.
This is all over loads of blogs and sites at the moment. Who knows what it will mean for mobile music making, I guess we’ll have to see if there’s any developer interest for this device and subsequent ones. However, at least one developer says that Android will be far more difficult to work with:
“Do I want to be spending six months to write the game, and another six months making it compatible? If I had Trism available for Android,” says Demeter, “and there are 50 Android devices and every time one of them crashes [the users] contact me, do I want that?”
This from the development of Trism.
Personally I’d like to see lots of music apps for Android, and maybe even a version of StyleTap to run on it?
It has been a while since I posted any videos so I thought I’d do something about that and record some new ones. Here’s the first. It is just a little demo of cosmovox running on my iPod Touch.
Cosmovox at the iTunes App Store
TouchOSC has been updated to version 1.1. The latest version adds some new features, including:
– Accelerometer Support
– A new Keys layout
Moo Cow Music have released an update to Guitarist. The update contains mainly some usability fixes following feedback from users, which is always a good sign.
PocketGuitar has been updated to version 1.1 with some usability tweaks and minor bug fixes.
PocketGuitar available on the iTunes App Store