Knobs Mini

Another universal synth arrives. Knobs Mini. Here’s what to expect:

Knobs mini is a monophonic synthesizer for the iPad, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4G. It is designed to look like vintage music gear with a new dimension added to the controls. You can play the gesture area while switching panels and adjusting knobs. I suggest trying to alter the LFO and LFA first to start creating an interesting sound. Swipe the recessed and knurled grey knob to flip between all the available knob panels.

The following control knobs are available to adjust your sound:

  • Attack
  • Sustain
  • Release
  • Decay
  • Low Frequency Oscillator Rate
  • Low Frequency Oscillato Amount
  • Cutoff
  • Resonance
  • Arpeggio
  • Octaves
  • Rate
  • Arpeggio Step
  • Arpeggio Samples
  • Semitones
  • Oscillator SYNC
  • Glide
  • Oscillator 1 Volume
  • Oscillator 2 Volume
  • Wave 1 Octave
  • Wave 2 Octave
  • Modulation Destination
  • Modulation Source

knobs

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Jobs says Apple TV store possible when the time is right

MacRumours has this story on Steve Jobs saying that Apple could launch an Apple TV app store when the time is right.

I wonder what that would be like?

Apple TV at the Apple Store

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NanoStudio & FourTrack

Check out the words on the YouTube description.

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iPhone4 Music App GyroSynth + ThumbJam

Nice use of ThumbJam and GyroSynth together.

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SoundPrism coming to the iPod / iPhone soon

SoundPrism

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iPod Touch at the Apple Store

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Manomio’s C64 + BASIC: Approved!

It has arrived. C64 with BASIC is now available in the store.

Commodore

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So, does Apple TV run iOS or not?

GadgetLab has this post about the new Apple TV and claims that it does indeed run iOS. So, if it does what does this mean? Well I guess it could mean that Apple might have another whole app market opening up, but will it be for the same developers who work with iOS on the iPhone, Touch and iPad?

With the old iPod Classic Apple released a number of click wheel games but the SDK was never available to all developers. Might we see a similar approach for the Apple TV with Apple only allowing specific developers to create software for the device? And what sort of apps might come for Apple TV? I have no answer for this as yet, but I’d love to hear what you think.

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