The Seline HD promo code give away is now closed, thanks to all the people who’ve entered. Codes will go out tomorrow, and thanks to Amidio for providing the codes.
I love this idea from Plai.TV for a possible gestural wrist band for the possible new iPod Nano that may arrive tomorrow!
But I could this being something you could use with an iPhone or iPod Touch in the future which would be excellent for performance alongside accelerometer and gyro sensors. Now that would be amazing!
The tracks can be heard here and they are really worth a listen.
If you’ve made music with your iPhone / iPad / Android or other device and would like it featured on Palm Sounds, then just get in touch.
Here’s what MooCowMusic’s press release says:
MIDI Mobilizer is currently the only hardware MIDI interface for the iOS platform, providing a pair of MIDI cables that can be plugged directly into external devices such as MIDI controller keyboards and modules, or a computer interface to control Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) software such as Logic, Garageband or Cubase.
With our existing MIDI-via-OSC technology, Pianist Pro can already be used as a wireless master MIDI keyboard to control external soft or hard synths. MIDI Mobilizer now allows us to offer a robust wired alternative for live performance, together with bi-directional control enabling Pianist Pro to also act as a MIDI sound source or sequencer driven by an external hardware keyboard. Now you can record your song ideas on the road with nothing more than an iPad and portable MIDI keyboard, and then import those songs into your DAW via a Standard MIDI File when back at the studio.
I found this article at Hypebot interesting and also not a big surprise in some ways. I still own an iPod Classic and use it a lot. For a start I can only carry around half my music collection on my iPhone and as apps and data continue to take up space that % dwindles too.
Apple never seem to be that sorry when a product dies off. They always seem focused on what’s next, which makes sense, and it wouldn’t be a shock if the traditional iPod line vanished in time.