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Little-Scale: GB MIDI Sync for $1

Little-Scale has the schematic for the circuit on his blog. Actually it looks like quite a straightforward circuit to make.

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Looptastic Lite


The makers of looptastic have released a free ‘lite’ version of their app which has only one track containing 10 loops.

Looptastic Electro Edition available at the iTunes App Store (existing full app)

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4 Tracks DX Pocket Studio now available


LittleCodeShop’s new app “4 Tracks DX Pocket Studio”, is now available on the app store. I’ll write a bit more when I’ve had a chance to take a look at this.

4 Tracks DX Pocket Studio is available from the iTunes App Store

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Another blog worth reading is …

Sound + Design from the same person behind (or perhaps I should say inside) the FM Synth Glove video I posted the other day. His site is worth keeping an eye on. You can find it here.

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Pianist getting an overhaul

According to Moo Cow Music, Pianist is to get an ‘extreme makeover‘ …

Pianist received an extreme makeover in a free update submitted to Apple today. The user-interface has been redesigned to allow quick access to both the Recorder (to remove unwanted notes) and Setup screens, the metronome tempo can now be set by tapping in time to an external rhythm, and the application logo has been updated.

Pianist available on the iTunes AppStore

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Kepler’s Orrery update


Kepler’s Orrery has been updated. Here’s what’s new:

  • Sequences which allow the world to progress to a new harmonic space over time
  • New playlist ‘melange’
  • Set how long the worlds play
  • 2 new soundbanks

Kepler’s Orrery at the iTunes App Store

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CDM on BUGSound

CDM has an update on DIY music including the BUGSound module I posted on yesterday.

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Sandro’s blog

Thanks to Sandro for posting this comment. It is great to hear stories of how people use mobile music technology, and thanks for pointing me at your blog too.

Pierre’s story seems like mine! I’have been playng (real) electronic gear since early ’80s, then Cubase 1 on ’87 (the pc was a 386! only midi, but using a sound canvas pcmcia), and later hundreds of VSTis…finally I bought an IPAQ for a few euros (40). Thanks to Griff+Syntrax+Milkytracker, I succeeded in playing my music in the real world, and not, as always before, in my aseptic studio.
Your reviews, your blog, definitely focused my attention on mobile music… During the last 2 years I have been experimenting many of that solutions (PMA-5, palm/bahjis, wm5/meteor, sunvox, kaossilator, korg ds-10 and other homebrew soft etc.)! If you visit my blog (written in italian), you’ll find the same gear/software that you’ve treated in your Palm Sounds…


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Mixtikl FX Networks


Today’s experimentation with Mixtikl was centered around FX. The FX app in the Mixtikl suite is called Partikl. Partikl lets you build complex combinations of FX and change their parameters at a very detailed level.

To be honest, this is something quite unique in terms of mobile apps. Today I played with using a delay followed by a reverb on a drum track. I added a chorus after the reverb and by changing a few controls I got a really interesting sound out the FX.

Of course, you can do this on each channel of your mix, but I’d expect that this might take a lot of CPU if you did it.

Hopefully more Partikl experiments tomorrow, and I plan to get a short video together of Partikl in action to show what I mean.

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