Interesting little video, but most interesting is that toward the end of the video there’s mention of a new GuitarTrack adapter for the iPad and the iPhone 4.
It is only fair to say that Mujik is limited in the range of sound it can make, but where it is really useful is it’s ability to let you create something musical very quickly. This is especially useful for people who aren’t used to making music.
I also love Mujik because it is the only musical interface I know of with lightening bugs. If I’m wrong and there’s another then please let me know.
If you’ve not tried it then check out the lite version too called Mujik Classic and try floating away on those balloons.
Amazing sound from a multitracked Gakken SX-150
More interesting DIY sound from Concretedog.
Off topic I know, but I wish I could have been there so it is good to read Pixelh8‘s thoughts on the weekend.
Will it make an impact? Whenever people describe things as an ‘iPad Killer‘ that’s when I start to think that they’re not going to be as impressive as you might have thought.
More at Mashable.
Well, here it is already. Are you upgrading? If you are I’d like to know what you think and how you’re getting on, also what apps are ok and what doesn’t work anymore.
We already know about Bleep!Box but what is facing issues?
Comment in anything you have.
If you were considering updating to iOS4 a bit later and Bleep!Box is important to you (on your iPhone or Touch), then you might want to hold off as there’s an issue with Bleep!Box and iOS4 causing crashes.
More info here.
A very cheap Line 6 MIDI Mobilizer on eBay today. All the other’s I’ve seen before have been around £50, so this has an amazingly cheap start price. Of course if you’re after a new one you might have to wait a little while as Gear4music has the Line6 MIDI Mobilizer listed as ‘coming soon’.
Also a Madplayer that is in the original box.