Thanks to the anonymous commenter who left this comment on my last post about Sunvox:

What model of axiom are you using? The idea of having it on a phone still sounds the most appealing to me. Always on and always with me is ideal plus a few hardware keys are nice as i think the dev said he would include user defined keymaps at some point.
I’ve just made a couple of silly quick bits of music in sunvox and im hoping to see:
1. Macro objects in the patch view. It can get crowded fast in there and being able to group sections inside their own boxes would make things a lot easier to handle.
2. Some work on usability in the arranger view. It feels a bit awkward, can’t be edited whilst music is playing and he seems to have used “clone” and “copy” to mean the opposite things to every other tracker I’ve used.
3. A long user updated list of devices that work with sunvox and their limits/benefits. So far you seem to be doing the most on this but if a few bits of really usable, mobile hardware are found that feel right in form and spec it could really take off.

To answer your question, the Axim I’m using is a Dell Axim x51 running Windows Mobile 5. I agree with all of your comments on the app. I’m glad to see it being updated regularly even with the very big wishlist it is carrying.

And I was pleased to see how well id did in the Palm Sounds most innovative app of 2008 poll. Here’s to bigger and better things for Sunvox in 2009.

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