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One more Nave screenshot

Once again, thanks to SmiteMatter’s twitter account for this.

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Nave screenshot 1

From @Smitematter:

“Nave has 10 source to destination modifier slots. It can get pretty wild here. So much to do.”

Sounds awesome! Can’t wait …

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Meteor V1.6 bringin Video export plugin

0 comments on “Happy birthday to G-Stomper Beat Studio, 2 years old today”

Happy birthday to G-Stomper Beat Studio, 2 years old today

How great! An amazing achievement for an app that gets superb regular updates and sales.

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Andromeda Space Rocker and Nebulophone 2

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Yonac posts sound samples of Galileo

Looking good, sounding good too.

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Where next?

As we approach the middle of 2013 (and hasn’t it gone quick) I started to wonder what the next big thing in mobile music will be. Will it be hardware? Will it be a new app or apps? Will it be a new glue like JACK and Audiobus or a development of one or both?

I have to admit to being often surprised by the ideas and concepts that developers come out with these days and so asking what’s next can be a somewhat pointless exercise. Nevertheless, it’s always fun to speculate, so here are a few ideas.

Hardware:

Something radically new from Apple? I doubt that WWDC will bring anything amazing and no one expects the iWatch this year, so will we see anything good for mobile music? Possibly some hardware revisions, but as for anything more I doubt it.

What I’d like to see is the CCK for iPhone, but I’m not holding my breath for that one.

Software:

iOS 7? Hopefully something worth shouting about from an audio / music perspective, but my guess is that the focus will be around the UI and bringing an overhaul to this. I just hope that iOS7 doesn’t make life difficult for music developers.

JACK. An obvious one really. Hoping for more apps to integrate to see a bigger ecosystem here, and also to see maybe some ways for JACK and Audiobus to move a little closer together.

Audiobus. I’d like to see features like recipes (routes?) and Wifi (which has been hinted at), but also more usability features like the ability to launch all apps from a recipe (or route) in one go and restore the files/tracks/songs at their previous point. Is that asking too much?

MIDI. Of course I want to see more MIDI and more apps adding simple features like start/stop for starters. Lately I’ve felt that MIDI implementation has been patchy and I think that there’s still plenty of room for improvement in a lot of areas. Perhaps Midibus will help there?

Undoubtedly what will arrive will be out of the blue, and I like to be surprised, but I’d like to think that we can hope for some more innovation soon as it feels to me like the mobile music world has slowed down just a little.

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Whilst we wait for Noatikl for iOS: Getting started with Noatikl 2 VST in a DAW (Reaper) – create your first basic piece

Following on the series of posts about Noatikl as we wait for the iOS version to arrive …

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Guitarism and iGrand demo: Pink Floyd – Nobody Home

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PMA-5 Manuals

I’ve posted a few PMA-5 videos a while back, but I didn’t have the manuals as they didn’t come with the eBay auction. Luckily, the chap who sold it to me emailed me to say he’d found these and did I want them. What’s more, he sent them to me without me having to pay the postage!

So now I can delve deeper into the old PMA-5 and get going with it a bit more.

Expect more videos soon(ish).