1 comment on “Duracell Instant Chargers”

Duracell Instant Chargers

These look pretty cool!

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1 comment on “QY10 and MM10 on eBay”

QY10 and MM10 on eBay

I used to have a QY10 but I had no idea that Novation used to make a keyboard specifically for the QY10.

QY10 Package at eBay

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2 comments on “Rob’s top 10 iPhone Music Apps”

Rob’s top 10 iPhone Music Apps

Ok, here’s another top 10 iPhone music apps, this time from Robman, author of the great Musique non Talent blog.

I can get so much out of this. I can even play it on the move, like walking to the shops! The sound is phenomenal.
Bebot - Robot Synth

the snares, the toms, the kicks. Just like 1980.

more fun live than it should be. Still the most “accomplished” music composition app.

t’s the finest guitar simulator on any platform I know.
iShred: Guitar + Effects

Wivi band
seriously, physical-modelling wind instruments with (rudimentary) breath control. On your iPhone. Unbelievable.
Wivi Band? 15-in-1

finally displaced Cowbell Plus as my percussion weapon of choice. So much playability in there!

fantastic virtual analogue synth. Getting better all the time.
NLog Synthesizer

the most playable 2 synth/1 sampled drum app I own. Again, performance control is the key.

Looptastic producer
needs a few more features (poke poke) but my favourite loop-based app.
Looptastic Producer

just scratching the surface, but a mighty impressive start. Sampling is cool.

Wow, that was hard! Even after some recent “harsh” spring-cleaning I still have 77 music-related apps on my iPod, so choosing 10 was tricky.

Rob, I know what you mean about choosing just 10, and the 10 will change on a regular basis. Mine is for sure.

If you’d like to share your top 10 iPhone music apps just email in to the blog. See the contact box on the side bar.

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3 comments on “Sound Warp”

Sound Warp

Sound Warp is a new app from the makers of Looptastic. The app store write up says it is a technology preview for their Granular Antigravity Engine! Also, this app is free at the moment as an introductory price.

Introducing Sound Warp, a radical new way to manipulate sound on your iPhone or iPod Touch. Explore new dimensions of time and texture with our Granular Antigravity Engine. Start with the built-in loops, record your own, or even import audio files over Wi-Fi.

Create amazing and bizarre alterations using the power of the Orb. The Orb responds to gravity and your touch. Bounce, tap, and throw the Orb hear the sounds of another world.

Play audio backwards, forwards, frozen in time, and everywhere in between.
•Control the pitch independently from the playback speed.
•Start warping right away with the 8 built-in sounds, including drums, textures, and vocals.
•Record more sounds from the microphone (requires iPhone or iPod Touch 2G with external mic).
•Import WAV or AIFF files over Wi-Fi.
•Zoom into hyperspace with the built-in feedback echo.
•Hurl the Orb through 5 gravity modes, including Earth, Outer Space, and Bouncy House.

Sound Warp at the app store
Sound Warp

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6 comments on “Why no MilkyTracker on the iPhone?”

Why no MilkyTracker on the iPhone?

I am a bit surprised that no one has ported MilkyTracker over to the iPhone. There have been no updates to the MilkyTracker site since June last year, which is a shame. I’m hoping that the site will continue and maybe there’ll be an update or two, who knows.

Anyway, even if there is no iPhone port I think I’ll have to give MilkyTracker another look, and try it with a keyboard too.

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2 comments on “TOPLAPapp for iPhone”

TOPLAPapp for iPhone

Thanks to Tristan for pointing this out to me. I’d overlooked this app in the past, but when I tried it out I was so impressed. It makes fantastic noises! That’s all I can say, except it is free of course!

I doubt that this will be everyone’s cup of tea but I love it. Find it at the app store here.

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1 comment on “Synthulator for Android”

Synthulator for Android

Thanks to Peter for this. I didn’t expect to see this kind of app on Android for some time. I’ve no idea what it is like as I don’t have an Android device, but if you do and you’ve tried Synthulator please let me know what you think.

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3 comments on “What platform are you hoping for from Olivier?”

What platform are you hoping for from Olivier?

Well, we know that his new app isn’t for the iPhone, but what platform is it? What do you hope for? I’m about to do a new poll so you can vote for the platform you want. Of course, it won’t make any difference to what platform he’s made it for, but it is fun!

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