Audioboo the audio social networking app has got a big update in a 2.0 release. I was toying with this app a little while ago but it kept doing odd things like the icon would replace the iPod icon in the multitasking bar for no reason.
I may give it a second try though as it is a good idea for audio sharing. Oh yes, and the app is free as is the service.
Musix gets an update and now also supports the iPhone! Excellent news! As well, you can now just drag the keyboard around on screen to change what range of notes are shown.
If you didn’t catch the details of some of the previous releases, the developer also added additional Midi and OSC options. There is now the ability to have the note velocity change depending where you strike a note and the ability to do vibrato by wiggling your finger within a note.
This nice looking little recorder app is on sale for only $0.99 at the moment. Thanks to audiosaudio who picked this one up.
I wasn’t a Chordbot user until this morning and didn’t know much about it until Miki Strange pointed out to me that it now supports AudioCopy.
Anyway, I started playing with it this morning and I’m impressed so far. It is extremely intuitive to use and very versatile. I can see it being really useful for song writing.
I am going to spend a bit more time with it soon and post on it again, but I thought you might like to know my first thoughts!
Yesterday Sony announced the NGP and Playstation Suite. All very interesting stuff. Playstation on Android 2.3. A smart move on Sony’s part. I do like the idea of one platform being on another. I wonder what (if anything) it will mean for mobile music?
Got it yesterday and looking forward to trying it out.