Thoughts on Sunvox

I’ve been trying out Sunvox 1.3 and getting a bit more used to how it works. Although. as I’ve said before I wasn’t a tracker person, I’m getting my head around the interface and actually starting to make use of the application.

When you get into it Sunvox is an incredibly powerful application and very versatile indeed.

Version 1.3 has changed the way I use Sunvox. Now that I use it in Landscape mode I find it much simpler, and the resizing keyboard is excellent, especially for use on the train.

I think that now I can start to see how Sunvox can be an actual studio app in the same way that I’ve used Bhajis or Griff in the past. I’m not there as yet, but I am getting there slowly. More train journeys would help I guess.

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Slowing down?

Now that Apple have announced their OS 3.0 for the iPhone and iPod Touch I wonder if we will see a slow down in developers actually releasing apps? Will they instead be developing new apps using the 1000 odd new APIs in the SDK and updating and expanding existing apps?

I don’t know about you, but I’ve noticed a slow down in the number of new apps arriving just lately. Is it the new SDK and possibly the thought of new hardware, or maybe something more mundane like the general state of the world economy?

Any thought?

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FourTracks 1.3 arrived

As I mentioned in a post just the other day about this app, version 1.3 is now here. I haven’t tried it out as yet, but to be honest, I am still looking for the features promised in the next version (1.5) which will have a bounce feature, be able to duplicate a song, and have a metronome too. All of which sounds very cool indeed.


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