I posted about this app the other day. I’ve only had a very brief time to play with it but the gesture automation is a lot of fun. Here’s what the video is about:
This is a quick demo of the features of MidiMe, a new midi control app for the iPad. You can see here how the direct, record and bounce modes work and get a feel for the UI.
I like to read how people are mixing different mobile technologies both new and old to achieve the sound they want, so it is good to read Miki’s blog and see where he’s going. I’m looking forward to hearing the results, although there’s a lot to be said for just the journey.
This event sounds suspiciously like the mobile music workshop that stopped running a few years ago as I think a number of the names involved were also organisers of the workshop.
Having said that it looks like an excellent idea and I’m seriously thinking of going myself. The event is on the 17th of May at The Cultures of the Digital Economy Research Institute at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge.
Full details including how to participate at the mobile sound blog.
If you’re thinking of going / participating / performing or whatever, please let me know.
Useful stuff from Mobile Crunch if you’re an Android developer.