iShred Live is now in the app store and is still free, but has the following updates:
- The app is now universal for iPhone iPod and iPad
- There are 4 new effects: Screamer (distortion), Phaser, Autowah, and Octavinator
- Preset sharing
- Plus lots more stuff
iPads at the Apple Store
Android music seems to be getting more interesting, especially with this app (amongst others) coming along. More on Su-Preme MPA here.
These apps are all 50% off until Jan 3rd.
If you didn’t know the back end of iTunes (called iTunes Connect) has been down since the 23rd. This was all scheduled stuff and developers knew about it, but it meant that things like price changes couldn’t go on during that period.
It is coming back up now so expect lots of changes in pricing and updates flowing through just like normal.
Gadgetlab reports on the Samsung Galaxy Player which is due to be shown at CES in less than a couple of weeks. It does look very good indeed, and as I am really going to get into Android in 2011 I’m hoping that both the pricing and the availability will be cheap and now (in that order).
Testing the cheap and compact audio interface UCA222 for recording audio on iPad. Even with the power limitations of iOS 4.2 for external devices the UCA222 works nice with the Camera Connection Kit. No external power supply needed. It’s a nice solution for recording in stereo keeping the mobility.
For this video I used the Multitrack Daw app and a Korg Microx. The demo song is an excerpt of Renaissance’s Can You Understand (Ashes are burning, 1973).
More about Mobile Music and Music Apps on http://www.musicapps.com.br