If you’re looking forward to the new iSequence 2.0 check out these new screenshots showing what’s coming up.
Hexaphone has had a big update today. Here’s what’s new:
- 24db Resonant Lowpass Filter – Use the tilt accelerometer like a wah-wah pedal! Check out the sick demo video on http://hexaphone.com
- Export raw audio via AudioCopy, or by copying an exported WAV file via iTunes document sharing! (Note that only the keyboard notes are exported – drum loops are not).
- You can now share recordings with other Hexaphone users via email and download recordings from the web in iOS Safari (more info: http://hexaphone.com/recordings)
- Layered recordings are now much more forgiving! If you want to start a layered recording, tap record anytime during the loop – the next time the loop counter goes to 1, you’re making a new layered recording!
- Added 1 new Sound Patch (Bass Buzz) and 3 new Loops (Motown, Reggae and Boom-Chika). More patches and loops will be added in future releases!
- Recording picker now includes featured recordings from hexaphone.com
- You can now rotate the screen orientation in the SETUP menu
- Graphical issues while sliding have been fixed
- Renamed Scales: “Major 2” is now “Major Chord”, and “Minor 2” is now “Minor Chord”
- RetinaDisplay enhancements: new icon, and cleaned up scale graphics
I’ve been wondering about since yesterday, and Manmio’s tweets about submitting a C64 version with BASIC made me wonder even more about this section of Apple’s new developer agreement:
In particular, we are relaxing all restrictions on the development tools used to create iOS apps, as long as the resulting apps do not download any code. This should give developers the flexibility they want, while preserving the security we need.
So what does it mean “do not download any code”?
Does that mean we might finally see some fun little development tools on the iPhone? Things like iziBasic and ViziBasic for the old Palm OS? Maybe Processing on the iPhone?
What do you think?