1 comment on “CDM on Indamixx”

CDM on Indamixx


CDM writes about the different flavours of Indamixx product. The netbook does look nice, but overall I still prefer something that’ll fit in my pocket. You can read more at CDM.

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Monotonic Labs Type N37 Synthesizer

Monotonic Labs Type N37 Synthesizer via Synthtopia

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1 comment on “Concretedog on Moondog”

Concretedog on Moondog


Concretedog laments his distance from London. The moondog concert at the Barbican does look good, so I can understand how he feels. I was reading about Moondog in the Wire just the other day, so I’d like to hear it too.

However, I could have some interesting news on this gig in the next few days. Stay tuned.

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5 comments on “Any ideas for Android apps?”

Any ideas for Android apps?

A little while ago I wrote about a post on CDM about music apps for Android. Well, Peter at CDM commented that we should send ideas for Android apps to him, so please do!

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0 comments on “Moving over”

Moving over

I saw an article earlier about filemaker porting their personal database app bento to the iPhone. So what’s this got to do with mobile music? Good question. It made me think about developers who have written apps on other platforms and who are now moving to the iPhone platform.

The one that immediately springs to mind is miniMusic, but of course Sunvox is part way through porting as is Mixtikl. So what about others? Why not Griff or even Bhajis? Itwould be great wouldn’t it.

2 comments on “Palm Sounds”

Palm Sounds


An iPod on a pot, and if you look very carefully you can see the words “Palm Sounds” on the iPod screen.

From a ‘young’ mobile music fans.

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Pianofly videos



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2 comments on “Idea for a new Amidio Star series app!”

Idea for a new Amidio Star series app!

How about ‘Star Drum’? Just like the othe Amidio Star series apps but this time with drums.

This is how I see it working. The app would be able to use sounds created out of Noise IO Pro and have a bank of presets too. When you’d made you pattern or sequence you could export it to BeatMaker and use it there.

0 comments on “PSynth for iPhone”

PSynth for iPhone


Another synth for the iPhone, PSynth is a recorder / synth. The developer’s site describes the app like this:

PSynth is Clockwork Software’ s amazing hand held recorder/synthesizer for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Using PSynth you can record and save those melodies that pop into your head from time to time and you can express them with an almost infinite variety of unique sounds.

PSynth’s architecture and capabilities are similar to that of a Mini-Moog or a Roland Juno synthesizer but with the addition of a built in multi-track sequencer. Many of the synthesizer sounds heard in todays contemporary music can be emulated with PSynth. Unlike old analog synthesizers, PSynth is implemented entirely in software in the digital domain. This means all timing aspects of PSynth are rock solid and totally synchronous and PSynth will never, ever go out of tune.

PSynth turns the iPhone and iPod Touch into a complex music production device which will take time to completely master. In experienced hands, PSynth is a serious musical instrument. For all users, PSynth can be a source of wonder and delight with the multitude of sounds and sonic textures it can create.


Clockwork Software’s PSynth has the following features:
• Multi-track recorder/sequencer
• Three voice polyphony
• Full automation of all synth elements
• Three oscillators + one LFO
• Oscillators have 7 octave range
• Oscillators have four selectable waveforms
• Oscillators can run in tracking mode or polyphony mode
• Oscillators can be detuned in relation to each other
• Oscillators can be amplitude or frequency modulated to a user selected level
• Built in metronome with tappable tempo and selectable beats per measure
• 24db/octave variable resonance Low Pass sweepable filter
• Pink noise generator
• Two Attack, Decay, Sustain, Release (ADSR) type envelope generators for driving filter and
amplitude envelopes
• Reverb effect
• Ability to save and load scenes and songs
• All aspects of operation run in real time
PSynth

I don’t know what this app is like, so if you’ve got any experience with this app, please let me know.

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4 comments on “Bhajis Loops will run on Classic”

Bhajis Loops will run on Classic

Following a thread on Bhajis Garden, Olivier (developer of the awesome Bhajis Loops) says (of Palm’s new webOS):

The new OS won’t allow the development of music apps (only a very high level API based on Javascript + HTML + CSS is provided, no low level access to the hardware).

Still, an emulation layer will allow old apps (Bhajis Loops !!) to run.

Can we take it from this that the users of the new Pre and webOS will be able to run Bhajis and Microbe too?

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