G-Stomper drum machine for Android has been updated. Here’s what’s in this version:
- New feature: Track Mute/Solo controls in EFX section
- New feature: Multiple (selectable) Export Audio Formats (8/16bit, 22050/44100kHz, mono/stereo)
Find it on the Android Marketplace.
Interesting I guess, although I’m not quite sure why you’d do it, except if you just got a cheap fire sale HP TouchPad and want to run something other than webOS on it.
Not long to wait for the iPhone version of the Sunrizer Synth for iPad. The iPhone version looks like it’ll be called SunrizerXS synth, and above you can see what it looks like.
Are any developers planning to or in the process of partnering with Retronyms to bring new modules to Tabletop? Haven’t thought about it as yet? Get in touch with them:
Want to build on the Tabletop engine? Contact
Not just good to see mobile music getting some good press, but also a few interesting quotes in the LA Times piece, such as:
“The app as it exists now isn’t even close to what we want Tabletop to be in the long-run,” he said. “We’re working on building more devices and hoping to add a lot of new stuff in the next couple months. And hopefully we’ll have some stuff from some third-party partnerships coming soon too.“
Yep, it’s all Honeycomb ready and everything. Full details here.
BeatStudio from Frontier Design is on sale at $2.99 (down from $4.99).
Apparently Sony Ericsson are bringing out an Android phone that has been combined with Sony’s Walkman brand. I’m sort of amazed that they haven’t done this sooner to be honest, it seems like an obvious choice.