- 2009 has been a massive year for mobile music and a review would be enormous
- It is the end of a decade as well!
Check out these tracks made with the upcoming version of DopplerPad, sounds amazing. Now that’s something to look forward to in 2010.
I’ve read quite a bit about this app on the developer’s site and it looks very tempting indeed from a songwriting perspective. I may make it my final app store purchase of 2009.
- Some retro palm goodness from Alex (maker of Sunvox). I am really looking forward to this stuff to put some new life into my old PDAs
- The next Noise IO update, which seems to have been in review for ages now!
- A new (music) app from Yonac?
- A little more info on whatever ‘DMD’ is from Amidio, although it could be Noise IO 2?
- DopplerPad synth and FX editing
- Hitchcock video export coming soon to all devices
- Beatmaker 2.0! which sounds like it might be real
- A working version of BeatSequencer as the last update still crashes on my 3G
- Bleep!Synth from the maker of Bleep!Box?
- FourTrack with snap to bar! Which is excellent!
- Jasuto Pro. Which I didn’t expect in 2009, but it is here already!
- Mixtikl has arrived everywhere, including the iPhone and caused some interesting reactions
- Sonorasaurus, has arrived and has been updated too
- Touch DJ, arrived
- FourTrack and DopplerPad integration, and isn’t it great
- Auteureist (it has, but you still can’t get it, and thanks Apple for billing me for it even though I can’t download it!)
- Slice which I love
- RecTools08 has had a good update although no synths or drum machine as yet.
So, is there anything I’ve missed? What are you looking forward to app wise in 2010? Updates, promised features? Apps on the way?
Then here’s 10 things to do with it care of Make blog.
It also seems to have quite a lot of interesting features which I’m going to take a bit more notice of in the new year.
Thanks to MikiStrange for reminding me about reader top 10 music apps. If you’d like to see your top 10 iPhone (or other OS) apps on Palm Sounds, email me at:
palm dot sounds at mac dot com
Lots of nice handheld toys in this video.