Good little demo of SoundYeah. An app worth checking out. Thanks to Doc Pop for his video!
Retronyms have released a free version of their lovely little Vox 3000 app. Vox 3000 lite is exactly the same as the original, but is iAd supported.
I have 10 promo codes to give away for SynthPad which I wrote about yesterday. To get a chance at winning a code just answer this question.
How many oscillators does SynthPad have?
Email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org by 6:30pm GMT tomorrow the 4th of September.
Please remember that promo codes only work in the US app store.
I’m not really sure why this app has been updated as it was a real disappointment when it came out compared to the original Beaterator for PSP, which, although I never used (I don’t have a PSP), was apparently great.
If you’ve ever thought about getting this app on your iPhone then don’t! But if you have a PSP I’m told it is worth checking out.
Specs to far:
- USB MIDI keyboard – thin, lightweight, and USB-powered
- 37 velocity-sensitive mini keys
- Comfortable and easy-to-play Natural Touch keyboard
- Octave Shift and Key Transpose features access the full MIDI note range
- Pitch Bend and Modulation wheels add expression to your performance
- Dual USB ports are ideal for adding Korg’s nanoPad or nanoKontrol
(or other USB devices) to your setup