0 comments on “Korg Kaossilator 2 and JBL Micro II combined review”

Korg Kaossilator 2 and JBL Micro II combined review

0 comments on “IOS Live Jam for Thumbjam Loopy Electribe and Microstation”

IOS Live Jam for Thumbjam Loopy Electribe and Microstation

0 comments on “Playing a Monotron in scale using Improvox auto tune ipad app”

Playing a Monotron in scale using Improvox auto tune ipad app

0 comments on “BPOW is getting close to its target …”

BPOW is getting close to its target …

Another plug for this event …

From the creator of the Molecule synth comes the Battery Powered Orchestra Workshop! In Portland on the 10th of August.

BPOW (Battery Powered Orchestra Workshop) is a 2-day interactive festival dedicated to the art of salvaged sound and DIY electronics. Encompassing two days of workshops, performances and culminating in a DIY public jam session, BPOW!!! wants to show Portland that even the simplest circuit configurations can bring forth unprecedented levels of ROCK.

0 comments on “MIDIpal …”

MIDIpal …

Hope to put this together soon … and when I do, it’s going to be awesome!

0 comments on “Auria update”

Auria update

Auria updates. Here’s what’s new:

  • Import from AudioShare menu item
  • New CoreAudio mode settings. Allows choosing between legacy, standard and MultiRoute modes.
  • New optional FXpansion plugins available: BusComp and ChanComp
  • Various bug fixes. See our forum for more info

0 comments on “I wish they’d update this at some point …”

I wish they’d update this at some point …

0 comments on “iOS Music and You interviews Alexander Randon, developer of Arpeggionome Pro”

iOS Music and You interviews Alexander Randon, developer of Arpeggionome Pro

Well worth the read. Another nice interview from iOS Music and You.

0 comments on “MyOneManBand first go on Werkbench 2.0”

MyOneManBand first go on Werkbench 2.0

0 comments on “guitarism – pocket acoustic guitar updated”

guitarism – pocket acoustic guitar updated

Here’s what’s new:

  • Triple Play renamed to Quadroplay
    • Since it lets you play 4 instruments
    • No more confusion with other “Triple Play” products!