I’ve been running Mixtikl on a Treo 750 (since this morning)! and it has been an amazing first look at this app. In face, calling it an application isn’t really appropriate, it is more of a suite of applications all working together.
The current applications are:
Create, EQ and save a quick mix from up to 12 user selectable sound sources/loops, and apply FX.
Create a more complex cell based mix with up to 12 tracks and four sections, and easily apply per track FX, pan and volume.
Create and play a track list of mixes, pieces (including generative music pieces) and recordings you have or have made.
Edit Partikl synth sounds and patches directly, and create presets; create custom DLS wavetables; bundle Ogg/Wav files, MIDI files, Noatikl files and other content together into a self contained “Mixtikl” file; create/edit Partikl FX and networks directly, and create FX presets.
There is a huge amount of depth in this application (or suite), and even after using them and navigating around you can tell that it is going to take a lot of time to get into the depths of the suite.
Of course the Windows Mobile side is only part of the equation. There are desktop applications for both Windows and Mac including VST and AU plug ins.
Over the next few days (or probably more than just a few to be honest) I’ll be navigating around the different parts of Mixtikl to give you more a flavour of how it works and what you can expect from it when it launches in the next week or so.
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