Crowdfunding and music apps, a few questions for you

This is something that’s been on my mind for a while now. I’ve seen it done a couple of times and it’s worked, but of course I don’t know about all the attempts that haven’t worked.

I’m really interested to know from developers especially what their views are regarding crowd funding for music apps and whether it’s something that is worth taking forward for the wider mobile music community.

You might be wondering why I’m interested in this stuff. Well, I’m always aware that there are apps that will not got made or not get finished simply because of time and more often because of money. It makes me realise that if there was a better way of getting an app off the ground that wouldn’t otherwise see the light of day then it needs some discussion and exploration.

So, let’s open up the debate. What do you think?

A little look at Miki’s lovely studio

A nice look at Miki’s studio. What a lovely combination of analogue and digital. I’m quite jealous actually.

Via Miki’s blog.

Make Microcontroller Comparison Chart

I knew that there would be a few people who’d find this useful (you know who you are).

Via Make.

Sseyo miniMIXA, where Intermorphic got started

Here’s some real mobile music history for you. A screen shot for SSEYO’s original miniMIXA that’s sitting on my old Dell Axim.

I’ll do a video of it when I get some time.

If you really want to, take a look at Mixtikl on your device or on the app store and see if you can spot the patterns.

Mixtikl 5 - Intermorphic Ltd.

3D Printed OP-1 Accessories

overfolds by kellua

http://bandcamp.com/EmbeddedPlayer/v=2/album=1536325564/size=grande3/bgcol=FFFFFF/linkcol=4285BB/

Made using an OP-1 (amongst other hardware).

Grain Bastard – Borderland Impakt (Jan 2013)

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