Moo Cow Music Bassist for iPhone


Well, it looks like Moo Cow Music decided not to take my suggestion of a ‘Percussionist’ app, and went for the bass instead.

Their latest iPhone app is a bass simulator called ‘Bassist’. The UI is similar to the other Moo Cow apps, and it is currently on sale for only £0.59.


Moo Cow Music Bassist for iPhone available at the iTunes app store

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Colossus Synth and Sequencer link

I posted yesterday on the Colossus Synth and Sequencer. Thanks to velocipede for pointing out a direct link which I didn’t give you.

http://www.clockworkrobot.com/synth/

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A VL-Tone in your iPhone


First we had a iStylophone, and now the VL-Tone becomes available for the iPhone platform. So now you can have all that 80’s Casio goodness right in the palm of your hand. What more can you ask for, and at only £0.59 ($0.99)

MiniVLTone available on the iTunes App Store

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Useful books: Handmade Electronic Music


Handmade Electronic Music

The Resonance hardware hacking workshop that I went to a few weeks ago was run by Nicolas Collins, and this is his book.

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Surface DJ Lite video

A video of Surface DJ Lite, a free app for the iPhone.

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The Audio Engine behind


The LittleCodeShopSite has a new entry on the site about their audio engine.

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So, why so few Apple apps?

Now, it has been a while since Apple started their app store on iTunes, so how is it that Apple themselves have released so few? To date they only have produced a handful of apps, and nothing earth shattering at that.

I had expected something to come out of the new version of iLife, but even that has nothing to get excited about in it.

So, why haven’t they joined in? I can’t think of a good reason, especially when developers are bringing out innovative applications like Noise IO and beatmaker.

I had expected some version of Garageband or Logic maybe, especially given that Cubase have launched their own iPhone app, and iZotope brought the iDrum series to the platform.

I hope we see something out of them soon, it would be a shame if they did nothing.

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