I had to share this comment from Pierre:
Thanks to the recent discovery of your blog, I’ve just begun using an older Ipaq to create music. I currently own an Ipaq 3835, which given it’s limited processor, works remarkably well. The OS is PPC 2002.
Thanks to your coverage, I’ve purchased Griff and downloaded Syntrax. I also have been playing with demos of Audio Box and Pocket Jam.
For years, I considered buying one of Yamaha’s QY pocket devices. While they seemed very capable, the size and weight seemed to be a bit too much hassle. Also, I don’t have a Midi interface on my PC so connectivity was an issue as well.
Imagine my surprise when I found that older pocket PCs could be purchased for very little money and the software was of very high quality and affordable too! I can’t thank you enough for bringing these devices to my attention.
Once I come to terms with all my new toys, I’ll gladly share.
Thanks for that comment Pierre, that made my day, and, very cool blog indeed. Feel free to share your creations anytime.
I had been thinking about doing another set of videos on using older PPCs with apps like Griff, PocketJam, Phoenix Studio etc, and your comment made me decide that I really ought to do it. Thanks.
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