0 comments on “A few more thoughts about iziBasic”

A few more thoughts about iziBasic

For anyone who watched either of the two videos about making apps using iziBasic
icon, I thought it might be worth you checking out the developer’s site as well to have a look at what other people have made using these applications. I think it is worth having a look before spending money on these apps so you know you’re going to get some value out of them.

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PS. The files will be on the Palm Sounds Group soon I promise,

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0 comments on “The Making of Loopy Pt.1”

The Making of Loopy Pt.1


Here’s an interesting post from the developer of Loopy about how the app was developed. Makes for interesting reading.

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3 comments on “Is the iPhone music app scene too ‘normal’ ?”

Is the iPhone music app scene too ‘normal’ ?

Here’s part of a comment on my 303 comparison post:

Sorry for the rant, but Apple stuff used to be the platform for those cutting edge wares- remember Cellsynth, Metasynth, Supercollider etc etc..? Er, Logic?! 🙂 So whatthappened guys? Why does the iPhone music app scene have to be so ‘normal’?

In some ways I can agree with the sentiment. However, I think there have been some interesting development, like Noise IO Pro, like SynthPond, and recently like iShred.

I do agree that it could be even more innovative, but I also think it is a very young market and we’ve only just begun to see the innovation appear. The app store isn’t even 12 months old yet, so let’s give it a bit of time?

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303 App comparison

Video comparing the three (current) 303 type apps available for the iPhone.

Randgrid available at the iTunes App Store

Bassline for iPhone at the App Store

Digital Bass Line is available at the iTunes App Store

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0 comments on “ViziBasic and iziBasic trial version limitations”

ViziBasic and iziBasic trial version limitations

My apologies to anyone who has attempted to build either the beep application or the sample application in vizibasic and izibasic using the trial versions of these apps. Due to the limitations of the trial versions these apps won’t build properly.

I’ll be making a set of files available soon on the group which I hope will be useable with the trial versions. Sorry about this!

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Daisyphone: First look


I’ve only had a brief look at this app but my first impressions are that it is a lot like SpinPad from miniMusic in the way it works. This of course is only after a few minutes with this app and I haven’t used the collaborative features yet.

I’ll try it again soon.

Daisyphone for the iPhone available at the iTunes App Store

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