3 comments on “bC8 random knob twiddling”

bC8 random knob twiddling

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Bugbrand weevil

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8 comments on “CDM on the MIDI Mobilizer”

CDM on the MIDI Mobilizer

CDM makes some really good points on the MIDI Mobilizer and why you still need it even if 4.2 brings CoreMIDI.

There are some really good arguments in this which would make me want to buy one if I didn’t already have one. Most interesting is that there are somewhere around 75 apps that are working on MIDI Mobilizer compatability!

That can only be good news.

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Gingerbread coming 2.3

Android 2.3 Gingerbread arrives on the 11th apparently. Not sure what it means for music.

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3 comments on “Adobe looking at iPad integration with Photoshop”

Adobe looking at iPad integration with Photoshop

Some interesting ideas from Adobe about the iPad in photoshop workflows. I wonder where it will end up.

More at MacRumors.

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App Store Hall of Fame

I’m not sure I particularly see the point of this new initiative from Apple but one good thing about it is that it has a mobile music app in it, TabToolKit!

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Buddha Machine for iPad

The iPad edition of the Buddha machine arrives. Here’s what to expect:

If you enjoyed our Buddha Machine for iPhone, then you will LOVE this iPad version!!! Mix the music of SIX Buddha Machines to create your own evolving ambient symphony!


If you are new to the Buddha Machine, it is a palm-sized plastic box that plays ethereal music loops composed by the Beijing-based duo of Christiaan Virant and Zhang Jian, aka FM3.


The physical device has been described as “Beautifully useless” (New York Times) “Mesmerizing” (Pop Matters) “Addictive, hypnotic” (Santa Fe Reporter) and “Defiantly rough” (Wall Street Journal)


Since its introduction in 2005, the Buddha Machine has won global praise for its novel approach to music enjoyment and has been used in hundreds of recording and performance projects from a wide range of artists.


Featuring hypnotic music designed to create a calming presence in today’s fast paced world, the machine’s colorful charm provides an experience that is hard to define. Essentially, It’s a box with a life; a tool for living, and to many, a friend.

Buddha Machine - iPad edition - FM3 Productions Ltd

iPads at the Apple Store

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