SunVox 1.1 video

I thought this might be useful. A little video about a couple of new things in SunVox.

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Korg nano series in black (via MatrixSynth)

I’ve been looking at these for a while now, and they are available Dolphin music already at quite reasonable prices, but I might just hang on for the versions in black, as they look great.

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Next for Noise IO

Audio export is next for Noise IO if they can’t get to work with Intua. Here’s what the comment on CDM says:

Yes I was indeed wrong with the statement that free source is not available via the AppStore 🙂 Sorry for that.

We have to wait till Intua provides us the API to their BeatPack server. Meanwhile, we’re implementing our own export features, just in case.

The situation over the’s export audio will be clearer most possible within a month.

That’s the first thing in our update list and we’re strongly inclined to give users such ability as soon as possible 🙂

I looking forward to Noise io going from strength to strength.

SunVox 1.1: Manual

I hadn’t noticed the manual that comes with the new 1.1 version of SunVox. After a quick scan through it is definitely a major improvement on SunVox 1.0.

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Cosmovox 1.5

The latest version of Cosmovox is mainly a fix release for OSC.

Cosmovox at the iTunes App Store

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DigiDrummer updated

DigiDrummer has been updated with additional drum kits:

– Funky
– Machine
– S880
– Eighty

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Korg DS-10 on the Nintendo DSi

The DS-10 blog has an update on using the DS-10 cart on the new Nintendo DSi:

for DS-10 users in EURO

Nintendo have announced DSi will be released next spring to summer outside Japan.

If you play DS-10 on DSi,You will be surprised how smooth the operation is and how powerful the sound is.

I have no idea what the DSi will do for music and homebrew apps on the DS platform, but I’m hoping it is a good thing.

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PASY02 Demo

Here’s a very unusual looking sound application.

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PocketGear to develop AndroidGear site

PocketGear have plans to develop a store specifically for Android apps. The site will be ‘AndroidGear’ of course! It’ll be interesting to see how this will pan out over time and whether having multiple purchase points will benefit the Android platform.

Thoughts on Bloom

A non-musical friend of mine was playing with Bloom on my iPod the other day and was completely immersed in the app for the best part of 30 minutes.

It made me realise that non-musicians get a completely different experience from a generative application like Bloom, and from that point of view the app has really gone up in my estimation. I’m very much in favour of applications that can help more people make music, and Bloom does that in a very immediate way.

I would like to see this application develop further though, and I hope they’ll be able to develop it further for musicians whilst also maintaining the immediacy it has for non-musicians.

I’d love to have more sounds and sound combinations available in bloom so that you could do more with it. I don’t think that the interface is need of any change whatsoever, but maybe a MIDI export would be nice too? Perhaps that’s a step too far?

Bloom at the iTunes App Store

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