Here’s what’s new:
This free update to iMPC brings bugfixes, iOS 7 compatibility, and new features:
Inter-App Audio compatibility. This free update adds support for the new inter-app audio protocol in iOS 7. Inter-app audio allows you to route audio and control data between apps on your device. Use iMPC’s sampler and inter-app audio to record new sounds from compatible apps for use in your Programs.
We’ve also updated to AudioCopy 2.0. AudioCopy makes it easy to paste sound from compatible apps. The new AudioCopy ensures compatibility with iOS 7, and includes updated UI and other improvements (more info at retronyms.com/audiocopy/).
Also, it’s still on sale at $2.99.
Cross DJ (iPad) drops from $9.99 down to $0.99.
Bare Conductive bring us the Touch Board, and even though it got funded within the first 20 hours of being on kickstarter, you can still grab it at a decent price.
Now anyone can transform touch into sound (and so much more!) with the Touch Board, an easy-to-use Arduino-compatible device.
What is the Touch Board?
The Touch Board is a tool to make your projects interactive, responsive, smart or just fun. Use the Touch Board to change the world around you by turning almost any material or surface into a sensor. Connect anything conductive to one of its 12 electrodes and trigger a sound via its onboard MP3 player, play a MIDI note or do anything else that you might do with an Arduino or Arduino-compatible device.
Nice addition to Addictive microSynth. Here’s what’s new:
- Audiobus support ( Input )
- Audio background mode
- Support for virtual MIDI input connections
- Support for Korg’s Wireless Sync-Start Technology (WIST)
- Publish loops and recordings online with the SoundCloud audio platform
- List of loops/recordings with play function.
- iOS 7 compatibility
- iPhone 5 graphics
- Metronome on Loop recording
- many bugfixes
Which I can see (no pun intended). I suppose it makes sense.
Read the detail on their blog.
Thesys is going to be on sale with the price down from $14.99 to $7.99 until the 1st of November.
I knew Henrik from his days at SoundCloud and met with him just a few weeks ago where he told me about his vision for music apps and his plans for his next company. As a general rule I don’t share the content of these conversations with readers at Palm Sounds as they’re often confidential, but as Henrik has put most of it in this post I think it’s fair to say that it’s out in the open now.
He’s still looking for people to be a part of his vision for music apps in the future, so have a read and get in touch with him if it’s something that interests you.