MooCow Music, what’s next?

At the beginning of the app store MooCowMusic was at the forefront of music making on the iPhone, they launched several apps, but to date have stuck to recreating real world instruments rather than going down the synthesis route.

So, what next for Moo Cow? They’ve been silent for a while? I wonder if there’s something awesome in the wings, or if moo cow will indeed launch another app?

You can find MooCowMusic apps at the app store:

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  1. Hey guys!

    Yeah, I have been quiet recently, but that's only because I've been working on a music app to take things to the next level. 🙂

    As you may know, I wrote pretty much the first commercial touchscreen piano app, and now there are about 70 on the iPhone alone (not including the very many “Cat Pianos” and “Fart Pianos”). And now there are hundreds of “play and record instrument X” apps out there. I never even bothered porting my March 2008 app “Drummer” due to the huge number of Drummer clones, and I get asked for that every week.

    Hence taking things to 'the next level', which I can't say too much about but it's going to be one of the most compex apps out there, aimed more at musicians than Band was with a whole load of cool features, and hence has had a development time of an almost unheard of (by iPhone standards) six months, and still has some to go.

    I can't talk details or deadlines, but if you're interested in seeing the result then keep an occassional eye out on my website.

    Thanks for your nice comments anyway!

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