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Inception app updated

The Inception app gets updated:

  • The Reward Dream has been added
  • Twitter Integration
  • Push notifications

Inception - The App - Remote Control Productions

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New versions of Aureureist on the way

A pre-new year update from Aureureist confirming that the new the versions including the iPad version are on the way.

Auteureist™ - VisualNewt Software

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Korg DS-10 Geiger Counter Picnic

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2 comments on “VocaLive and iRig Mic – Your favorite vocal effects on iPhone/iPad”

VocaLive and iRig Mic – Your favorite vocal effects on iPhone/iPad

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iRig Mic – The first handheld microphone for your iPhone

I especially like the VocalLive suite.

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Bandticker Beta

Whilst not mobile music creation related I thought that this might be of interest to a few people out there looking for ways to fund music.

http://www.bandticker.com/

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CDM on Game Audio

This is a good read from CDM on mobile game audio. I learnt a few things.

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Far/Near

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0 comments on “One Hit Wonder – Daniel Bedingfield – Using FourTrack on the iPhone”

One Hit Wonder – Daniel Bedingfield – Using FourTrack on the iPhone

FourTrack - Sonoma Wire Works

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Amazon launching their own Android App Store

I posted about this a while back, but now it seems that Amazon are taking on developer accounts in the run up to launching their store some time this year according to TechCrunch.

One interesting feature is pricing. According to techcrunch developers will set a list price then Amazon will decide the final retail price and give the developer 70% of that, and if they decide to make the app free the developer will still get 20% of their list price. It seems a little strange to me, and I think we could see some weird pricing anomalies cropping up once they launch.

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