I saw this post over at Synthtopia and it made me think about getting my old VL-10 out. I bought it a few years ago and then realied that I really didn’t need it at all. Since then it has been hardly ever used.
I do think it was an interesting thing for Casio to do, but I ask myself, why? Was it really anything more than a gimmick?
This is my robot, developer of the Sythe Android synth shares a new UI on his blog. Looks good too.
Help from the developer of TouchOSC for users with Windows systems asking how to use custom layouts with Pure Data to translate OSC messages to MIDI.
Read the whole post here.
I really do like the idea behind this, but it is too early to tell if it can be the next Instagram. Here’s the details of the app / service. The regular app is free, but there’s a $1.99 upgrade to the ‘+’ version. Here’s what to expect:
Blurb Mobile is a fun, fast, public or private, way to create stories featuring all your personal media. Using an iPhone and Blurb’s new mobile app, you can easily capture and sequence your photos and videos into short engaging visual stories that can be instantly shared and viewed by friends and family… anywhere, anytime.
- Quickly create fun visual stories using Blurb Mobile.
- Import your photos, video and audio assets.
- Direct access to iPhone’s camera and camera roll.
- Easy editing of media: rotate, crop, scale, drag and drop sequencing.
- Attach audio clips to images.
- Text caption each image.
- Share a story on Facebook, Twitter, or, eMail.
- Instantly create and share from a social setting, travel location, a personal moment, or, an important event.
- Organize your photos and video by stories.
- Each Blurb story can be tagged for location.
- Compatible with iPhone’s using iOS 4.0, or later.
- iPhone 4, 3Gs or 3g.
I mentioned amp solutions for outdoor and portable use in the past, but this review of the ZT Lunchbox acoustic from Gearwire sounds like it could be moving along the right lines too.
Read the whole article here.