“Demonstration of the new SunVox module – GPIO. With this module you can send or receive the signals to/from GPIO pins of the Raspberry Pi.”
iProphet on the app store:
I had no idea that this thing existed at all until I stumbled over it. It sounds pretty amazing though.
There’s a little more information about it here, but not too much, and you don’t seem to be able to download it either. Interesting though.
So here’s your slightly more daily reminder that it is Movember this month! If you don’t know what Movember is all about then I suggest you visit this site, and if you do know what it is and would like to donate, please visit my Mobro page, here.
It is a very important cause, and, I do only ask one month in the year, so at least give it some thought.
With a month left to go and already approaching 400% funded this is pretty amazing.
“Blow My Blocks Off” is the 3rd album from Frozen Lonesome and was produced, recorded and mastered on an iPad during the summer and fall of 2014. In combination with live environmental recordings captured on an iPhone, “Blow My Blocks Off” features a wide variety of IOS synth, beat, generative, and FX apps. With tracks ranging from upbeat electronica to ambient string fuzz and sinister drones, “Blow My Blocks Off” presents a window into the awesome power and creative options made possible by modern mobile music applications.
Personally I’ve really enjoyed music from Frozen Lonesome, so it’s great to hear this latest album. As you can see it’s on bandcamp so you can pay what you like, but give a thought to all the work that’s gone in to it before you grab it for free.
Looking forward to the next borderlands, it’s beed a long time coming.
It’s only this weekend, so not long to wait. The organisers have posted details of all of the seminars and events for the show. You can find them here.