TC-11 sale coming tomorrow …

It’s coming tomorrow. The first sale for TC-11 and it’ll only last for a day! Get your fingers ready …

Tabletop 2.2 arrives

The Retronyms have delivered Tabletop 2.2, which adds two new devices with support for inter-app audio. One is a free controller for midi-controllable apps, and the other is an inter-app audio recorder that can capture the audio produced by other apps.

This update also adds support for AudioCopy 2.0. Finally, it adds several bugfixes and iOS 7 enhancements.

Line 6 Mobile POD – Modern Hi-Gain 2 – Sludgy/Doomy

Korg Volca Bass as a monosynth

RØDE Rec LE now with dedicated iPad interface

RØDE Rec LE update brings …

  • Dedicated iPad interface – view the waveform, editing and a suite of controls on the one screen
  • Improved interface
  • Improved stability and performance

RØDE Rec LE is free on the app store

Cassini for iPhone is still on sale

Cassini is still on sale at the moment. It’s just $2.99 until the 10th of October and then it goes back up to $4.99.

IK Multimedia iRig Pro iOS Audio Interface Demo – Sweetwater iOS Update Vol. 54

Symphonix Evolution 2.1 arrives

Symphonix Evolution is now compatible with iOS 7


Due to a change in the app’s internal file name for working with Audiobus on iOS 7, this version may require the previous version to be deleted from your device and then restored from Purchases using the App Store app before it can be installed. To avoid losing your work, please use iTunes to copy your files back to your computer before installing this update!

New Features in this update are:

  • User Interface refresh for iOS 7. When running under iOS 7 the screens have a new “flat” look (the old look is still available when running under iOS 6)
  • Added a new setting so that the Drum Percussion channel can be changed
  • Added a new setting so that the mixer volume controls can be locked during playback so that a song cannot change the volume using MIDI messages.
  • The Piano Roll now scrolls when a song is playing
  • New Tempo Track function allows the user to select which track to use for tempo change events
  • Tempo Changes can now be edited in the Piano Roll screen using the Controller lane
  • It is now possible to connect two or more instances of Symphonix Evolution running on different iPads using the remote connection function

Bugs fixed:

  • Resolved an issue with Audiobus initialization on iOS 7
  • Fixed crash when saving a file that was last loaded using Dropbox
  • Fixed incorrect note values when selecting chord inversions
  • The Undo function was not working for ties and slurs
  • General stability enhancements

Arctic ProSynth video from Apps4iDevicesMusic

Music Tech Pitch 4.5: Deadline to pitch extended until Friday 4th


Music TechPitch 4.5 is a platform to enable startups specifically within the music-tech industry from all across Europe to showcase their business proposition to a relevant wider audience, including VCs, music industry professionals and experts, journalists, as well as other aspiring and successful music and tech entrepreneurs. This pitching event is a unique opportunity to build more awareness, receive productive feedback from an expert panel, and network with key music-tech industry players.

The evening pitch competition will show-case 8 new music-tech startups. Some of the startups will have participated in the TechPitch 4.5 Workshops, complimentary and open to European tech startups. Music TechPitch 4.5 brings together music-tech startups, music industry, investors, and entrepreneurs.

  • Music TechPitch 4.5 judges:
  • Marie Burmiston, Map Entertainment and Crush Music
  • Martin Kummer, Ministry of Sound
  • David Fisher, Edge Group
  • Mick Grierson, Goldsmiths Collge
  • Tom Frederikse, Clintons
  • Alan Wallis, Ernst & Young

Deadline: This Friday – 4 October 2013

By getting up on stage and pitching your business idea and model, in this case to the panel of experts we have put together for Music TechPitch 4.5, you will gain exposure and interest from both potential users and potential funders, as well as from media in general. And you get to practise and receive immediate feedback on your pitch.

The pitch session is not about achieving funding immediately, but gaining interest, making connections, and hopefully starting relevant discussions, so if you like the idea of pitching you will be good!

Pitches at 2Pears events are free-of-charge for the pitching companies, which means that the person pitching receives a complimentary ticket for the event. All other company members and interested parties will be required to purchase tickets at best available rate to attend the event.

What we need from you in order to confirm you are eligible to pitch and to make a fair selection of companies for Music TechPitch 4.5 is for you to download the application form and complete all questions on this form and submitting it by 27 September 2013 by email to

Tickets are available – register here…using promo code PALMSOUNDS for a 10% discount

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