Idle hands asks a good question about the pricing of an app against a hand made circuit bent instrument. A good point and could make for an interesting debate.
Also, the app he’s made looks interesting too.
Networked Music Review posts about a live performance using abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz which is a very interesting app to do a performance with. Read more here.
Good post over at the iDJ blog on MIDI in iOS4.2
iPad Creative posts on the new iPad accessory from IK Multimedia the iKlip. Looks fairly cool I have to say and I might need to get one I think.
Good to see an update for this little app. Here’s what’s new:
- Song is copied to pasteboard automatically and can be pasted in other audio apps.
- Sent e-mails contain not just the audio file, but also an URL that allows to import and edit the song in piezopop again.
- Choose from five different background colors.
- Insert and remove steps.
The leftmost column is now selectable. The corresponding menu, “+” and “-“, allows to insert / remove steps at cursor position. If the cursor is positioned at the first step (top left corner of the song), a selection of background colors is shown instead.
Both functions are somewhat slow, please allow 1-2 sec to take effect.
Which will be interesting to see what they will be like and if they’ll be any good for music making.
Synthtopia reports that the Buddha machine 3 Chan Fang is ready for order. Read more ay Synthtopia.