Thanks for everyone who entered the comp, the codes have now gone out, and a massive thank you to the developer of Shapesynth for the codes.
I have to admit that it has been a very long time since I played with Electroplankton. It is still a great piece of software, and so I thought I’d post these videos I made in 2007 and they were shot using my Palm Treo 650 camera (you can tell can’t you!).
Continuing the theme from earlier on things you could consider doing to help Palm Sounds, here’s number three, and it is really easy:
3: Send in news, pictures, music, video, events etc.
I’m always interested to know what’s going on, what you’ve got planned etc, so stay in touch.
The Shapesynth promo code give away is now closed. The codes will be given to randomly selected entries with the correct answer as always.
Codes will go out very soon.
The gadgeteer reviews the Samsung Galaxy Player. I read this with great interest as I have wondered about getting one of these, but as it is locked to Android 2.1 and the gadgeteer were less than enthusiastic overall about the device I will have to skip it.
You can read the review here.
Frontier Design announces 50% off all iShred pedals.
Hector from Big Robot Studios (I love that name), comments in about what’s coming up next for Sound Cells:
Hey guys… this is the developer. Glad you like Sound Cells. I’m working on tempo control and scale selection, so that’s coming up.
About the off key notes on the video, this is somehow an artifact of the simulator, but it does not happen when running on the iphone or ipad.
4Pockets are bringing some great new features to Aurora Sound Studio:
Aurora Sound Studio update to include: MIDI Out Support, Octave Control, PasteBoard, Hold Note Feature and Export to WAV.