Apart from the fact that there’s a few cool new bits of kit coming I found the AC1 Rhythm VOX mini amp quite cool to look at and very portable indeed. It’s featured at 2:16 into the video if you wanted to skip straight there.
So I’ve upgraded to an iPhone 4, which leaves me with my 3G, and no real idea of what to do with it now.
I don’t really want to sell it as I’m sure I’ll regret it pretty quickly once it’s gone, so what should I do with it now?
I find it interesting to see the different form factors that are being experimented with at the moment. The pocket edge looks like a good idea, but I’m not convinced that it has got it right just yet, and neither do Gadgetlab.
It’s a way off, but the SF MusicTech Summit looks like an interesting event coming up late in the year with some mobile music people speaking including RJDJ and Yonac.
Gadgetlab has this post on how to get your Nook device to run Android apps, which sounds like it might make it a good deal more useful.
Make has this post on a DIT Stylophone with links to schematics and PCB files too should you be interested.
iSequence HD 2.0 has arrived and here’s what’s new:
- New effects: Flanger, Compressor, LO-FI crusher, Ring modulator, Reverb, Equalizer. Extended effects automation.
- 5 effect blocks with flexible routing
- Ability to render selection to sample
- New option: transpose drum instruments
iPads at the Apple Store