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Mixtikl ‘Tweet My Mix’ Competition


Don’t forget to enter the ‘Tweet My Mix’ competition with Intermorphic.

To enter the Mixtikl 2 competition all you have to do is use Mixtikl 2 to publish a mix to twitter. At the end of the week the makers of the best 4 mixes (as judged by me) will win a copy of Mixtikl desktop for just $1! (regular price $29), and the overall winner will also receive a copy of Noatikl for $1 (regular price $109!).

To enter the competition you’ll need to be able to publish a mix, and to do that you’ll need a working version of Mixtikl of course. You can download the desktop version which will run for 30 days, or you could get yourself a copy of Mixtikl iPhone which is discounted today to just £1.19 / $1.99.

The competition finishes on Sunday 16th May 10:30 AM GMT so get tweeting those mixes! You can tweet as many mixes as you want and I’ll be checking them all!

If you need to know how to tweet your mix from Mixtikl, then just Select Mixtikl Menu > Export Mix > Export Mix Tikl for Tweet/SMS and then paste this into your tweet. Done! There’s also a FAQ at the Intermorphic site here.

Happy Mixing, Happy Tweeting!

Mixtikl 2 at the app store:
Mixtikl 2

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0 comments on “Argon 1.2.0 Sound Tutorial – Drum Sounds”

Argon 1.2.0 Sound Tutorial – Drum Sounds

I’ve found this one especially useful.

Argon at the app store:
ARGON - The Monophonic Virtual Analog Synthesizer -

0 comments on “The Mobile Music Alphabet: K is for …”

The Mobile Music Alphabet: K is for …

K is for Kepler’s Orrery


It is only fair to say that this is a really unusual app and not just because it begins with K. If you’ve never tried it out, then take a look at the free versions too.
Kepler's Orrery

K is for KeffMeff

A new app for Android from Johan Larsby.

KeffMeff is a touchpad synthesizer. There are five different sounds, choosable by pressing menu. The sounds are crazy noisy noises. Control them by moving your finger around.

K is for Kaossilator


You could hardly have K without the Kaossilator could you. I’ve avoided the Kaossilator Pro as that’s probably not nearly so handheld as the original.

They’re still great devices and very versatile in my opinion.

Kaossilators at eBay

Today’s post was brought to you by the letter K.

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Xewton Promo Code Give Away!


Yet another promo code give away. Today’s give away is for Xewton Music Studio. I have 10 codes available. To enter the competition just answer this question:

“Name one of the instruments available for in app purchase within Xewton Music Studio”

Please send your answer to palmsounds.comp@me.com. The competition closes at 5pm GMT tomorrow 12th May.

Please remember that promo codes can only be used in the US version of the iTunes store.

Xewton Music Studio at the app store:
Music Studio

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iSequence for iPad video

0 comments on “AudioForge update”

AudioForge update


Audioforge gets a minor update for bugfixing. I know that a few people have had issues with this app so hopefully this will help.

Audioforge at the app store:
Audioforge

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Jasuto Classic update


Jasuto classic gets an update:

[NOTES]

With this version you won’t be able to load scenes created with versions prior to 1.2.0. I’m working on a converter that will be included with the next update, for now, know that your scenes are safely backed up in a file (‘Backup.zip’) on your device.

[CHANGE LOG]

1) Fixed a pretty major processing bug, certain configurations of nodes would cause out of sync delays, seqs, triggers, and even cause unwanted phasing artifacts. Completely fixed!

2) A FTP port setting is now in the settings app.

3) The VU meter is now accurate.

4) Updated the Seq graphics to include numbers on the beats and brightened the whole note markers.

5) CPU overload detection, if the scene is too hefty to run on your device it will shut itself down. Hit play to start the scene again, or just load a different one.

6) Delays now default to 3 beats.

7) You can now preview samples just by tapping on them in the browser!

8) Fixed the community browser selection bug, and changed the way the auto-loading works.

9) Tap to tempo is now much more accurate and syncs faster.

10) FIxed a ton of load/save bugs, hopefully that was all of them :S

11) Recording/Resampling is now enabled.

Jasuto is available at the app store:
Jasuto modular synthesizer

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0 comments on “iShred and iShred LE Promo Code Give Away CLOSED”

iShred and iShred LE Promo Code Give Away CLOSED

The promo give away for Frontier Design’s iShred and iShred LE apps is now closed. Winners will get codes later today.

Frontier Design Apps at the iTunes Store
Frontier Design Group

2 comments on “Sounds Squares for iPhone”

Sounds Squares for iPhone


I must have missed this app somehow. It looks really interesting and unusual.


Here’s the description of the app:

Sound Squares is a revolutionary polyphonic synthesizer that puts a grid of musical squares right at your fingertips. Every square is fully customizable which enables you to create the pattern that suits your performance!

Each Square Is Individually Customizable

  • 4 analog waveforms
  • Full range of notes available
  • Micro-tuning
  • Adjustable attack and release
  • Full 44.1khz CD quality audio

Includes Four Effects

  • Low-Pass Filter
  • Distortion
  • Delay
  • Chorus
  • Patterns can be saved and recalled later
  • Includes 191 factory patterns
  • Patterns can be randomized within your specified parameters
  • Dragging can modulate pitch, amplitude, chorus rate, or filter cutoff
  • Modulation bar can control amplitude, chorus rate, or filter cutoff.

What’s new

  • Added a modulation bar to the right side of the screen.
  • Modulation bar can control amplitude, filter cutoff, and chorus rate.
  • Amplitude can now be modulated by dragging.
  • Added a button to accesss the menu. No more shaking to get to the menu!
  • Added a panel in edit mode to easily transpose and change the waveform of the entire grid.
  • Added a sixth row to the iPad version.
  • Improved pitch bend quality.
  • Improved overall sound quality.
  • Minor bug fixes.

I might have to try this out, but if you have please let me know.

Sound Squares at the app store:
Sound Squares

0 comments on “Mixtikl ‘Tweet My Mix’ Competition”

Mixtikl ‘Tweet My Mix’ Competition


Don’t forget to enter the ‘Tweet My Mix’ competition with Intermorphic.

To enter the Mixtikl 2 competition all you have to do is use Mixtikl 2 to publish a mix to twitter. At the end of the week the makers of the best 4 mixes (as judged by me) will win a copy of Mixtikl desktop for just $1! (regular price $29), and the overall winner will also receive a copy of Noatikl for $1 (regular price $109!).

To enter the competition you’ll need to be able to publish a mix, and to do that you’ll need a working version of Mixtikl of course. You can download the desktop version which will run for 30 days, or you could get yourself a copy of Mixtikl iPhone which is discounted today to just £1.19 / $1.99.

The competition finishes on Sunday 16th May 10:30 AM GMT so get tweeting those mixes! You can tweet as many mixes as you want and I’ll be checking them all!

If you need to know how to tweet your mix from Mixtikl, then just Select Mixtikl Menu > Export Mix > Export Mix Tikl for Tweet/SMS and then paste this into your tweet. Done! There’s also a FAQ at the Intermorphic site here.

Happy Mixing, Happy Tweeting!

Mixtikl 2 at the app store:
Mixtikl 2