Smule’s Ocarina is currently free

You can get it for nothing currently on the app store.

Ocarina - Smule

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P4KO: N4V1D4D 2010: A Chiptune Christmas

I meant to post this a few days ago and haven’t got to it, but I’m glad to say that TCTD is a bit more organised than me and has posted the details here.

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korg ds-10 track 61

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Snake controls Soundprism for iPad

SoundPrism - Audanika GmbH

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Polychord Facebook page

If you’re interested in Polychord then check out their facebook page here.

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Blue’s 6 presents for under $200

I thought that this might interest you. Blue posts their 6 Christmas presents for under $200 including the Mikey 2 for $79 (although Amazon have it for $61)

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Android 2.3 has better audio, but what will that mean

So I hear that Android 2.3 has much better audio, in fact:


“The platform provides a software implementation of Khronos OpenSL ES, a standard API that gives applications access to powerful audio controls and effects from native code. Applications can use the API to manage audio devices and control audio input, output, and processing directly from native code”

But will this make enough difference to start to bring audio developers into Android in the same way as iOS?

I’d really like to hear some developer’s opinions on this if possible. What do you think?

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