MultiVid for iPhone

This app looks amazing, like you could do so much with it, I can’t wait to see it in the app store and try it out. Of course, I’ve got to figure out how to get my hands on a big bunch of iPod Touches now!

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Home of the KORG DS-10: Track 21

Another good DS-10 track from Home of the DS-10.

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InstantDrummer price going up tomorrow

Just so you know Instant Drummer is going up in price from $0.99 to $2.99 as of tomorrow 31/8. No idea what time tomorrow as Apple are in charge of that bit, but if you want to get Instant Drummer cheaper then click the button below.

InstantDrummer at the app store:
InstantDrummer: Heartbreaker

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iSequence codes are gone now

Thanks to everyone who emailed in and apologies to those who didn’t get a code. I have no more left now.

If you want to know more about the app check out iSequence on the app store:

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Handheld Music Sonomute-sonoscape.1 by kuyanov Sonomute-sonoscape.2 by kuyanov

A couple of interesting tracks. The first was made with a Chimera BC8 and and iPod Touch although I don’t know what application(s). Via Matrixsynth.

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Spending time with DopplerPad

I’ve been using DopplerPad for a while and I love it, that’s true. But why? Well, one of the but upsides for DopplerPad is how immediate it is. You can be up and running in DopplerPad in just a few minutes, and I think that is probably an absolute essential for all mobile music apps. DopplerPad can be used by anyone irrespective of their level of ability simply because you can access it’s features to make music in the way you want and it doesn’t force your workflow.

I’ve been waiting patiently for the update to 1.05 for this app for a while now, and I hope that some of the features I’d like to see will be in that update, but I thought I’d list out my wish list anyway:

  • Save and load tracks / songs (a must)
  • Start A & B simultaneously
  • Effects
  • Remove last instrument layer

If I could get those it would be brilliant. Of course I’m really looking forward to the integration with FourTrack and maybe even ioLibrary too.

Even so DopplerPad is a great app and I hope that Retronyms and Sonoma Wireworks keep putting out great new features and apps.

DopplerPad at the app store:

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1 code left for iSequence

Only one code left for iSequence. Any takers? Email me if you want the code.

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