Well, I hope you had a good new year’s party and don’t have too much of a hang over. I’m sure that 2009 is going to be an interesting year and even more packed with new hardware, software, and ideas than 2008.

If there’s anything you think Palm Sounds should be more involved with in 2009, like other operating systems, hardwares, or whatever, please email palm dot sounds at mac dot com and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

Also, if you want to send in details of your live shows, videos, pictures or new releases please feel free to use the same address.

Here’s to 2009. All the best, Palm Sounds.

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  1. Suggestions for new iPhone/iPod Touch apps for 2009.Since I imagine many developers are regular readers of this blog, I would like to take the opportunity to suggest the following:1. A “paint to sound” or image to sound app similar to Coagula or Metasynth; it wouldn’t have to be real-time, but that could also be nice.2. A Mellotron app (based on some of the smaller freebie Mellotron VSTi’s like Nanotron or Tapeworm.3. An analogue synth/sequencer app that isn’t a 303 clone. I love Finger Bassline, but something with two oscillators and a delay would be great.4. An update of Bloom that would allow you to program or import your own sounds, or at least nix the piano so that only the backing pads remain.Happy new year to all, and thanks for the great blog, apps, and inspiration!

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