Even more NanoStudio news today. If you’re a fan of Electro-Music.com then you may already know about this. On Saturday at 9pm (GMT) Electo-Music has a feature on one commuter’s journey spent making tracks with NanoStudio.
If anyone knows of another iPhone Guitar app used in a wedding, let me know!
MiniSynth PRO wedded with MIDI. All sounds in this video have been recorded using USB MIDI support in MiniSynth PRO, as well as some sequencing help from its sister app, MiniDrum PRO. Note that this feature will be available in version 1.4 for users of iOS 4.2 or beyond. For parties interested, the keyboard in use is an M-Audio Oxygen 49, hooked up to the iPad via the iPad Camera Connection Kit.
The latest version of NanoStudio has arrived in the app store and includes support for Akai’s SynthStation25 keyboard! If that wasn’t enough in itself there’s a bunch of other enhancements in the update too.
This is going to make the SS25 really useful now.
Get your music into the NanoComp, share the tracks you like and invite your friends to vote! Check out the tracks already entered into the competition here.
If you don’t know NanoStudio as yet then you really should take a look at one of the best music making apps for the iPhone.
Interesting post from Gadgetlab on NOOKcolor against the iPad’s iBooks app and the Kindle. Sounds like NOOKcolor has done well. The downside is that although it is an Android device it doesn’t have full access to the Android Marketplace.
I’m still looking for the perfect Android device …
RIM’s Playbook starting to look very interesting, but as always it will be all about the apps and who is developing what for it.