Arpeggio Overview from Tangible Instruments (video)

Arpeggio Overview from Tangible Instruments on Vimeo.

Ferrite Recording Studio — Recording/Library Tour (video)

Video description:

“Here’s a quick tour to help you find your way around the Recording/Library screen of Ferrite Recording Studio, an audio recorder & multi-track editor for iOS.”

iRig Mic Lav – Broadcast audio goes mobile (video)

Video description:

“iRig Mic Lav – visit for more information

iRig Mic Lav is an ultra-affordable and compact professional-quality mobile lavalier microphone for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Android. Features:

  • Professional mobile lavalier microphone for all devices
  • High-quality omnidirectional condenser capsule
  • Includes foam pop shield and durable mounting clip
  • 1/8″ TRRS jack connects to iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Android
  • Combo 1/8″ TRRS port can be used for headphone monitoring/line out to powered speaker
  • Combo 1/8″ TRRS port can be used for chaining up to two iRig Mic Lavs to the same device
  • Compatible with any audio app that accepts audio from headset input
  • Comes with a suite of powerful recording apps
  • 150cm/66” cable
  • Also available as 2 Pack – iRig Mic Lav 2 Pack”

Not checked out Arpeggio on Kickstarter as yet? Do it now!

There’s just about a week and a half to get Arpeggio over the line, so if you haven’t taken a look so far, then please go look now, this is a really interesting device and it’s app integration makes it that much more special.

Click the box below to have a look on kickstarter.

iRig Mic Lav – Overview (video)

Video description:

“The chainable mobile lavalier with built-in monitoring capability
for all mobile devices –

You’re a visionary videographer, an intrepid journalist, a dedicated podcaster. And when you’re out in the field, you want to be able to record high-quality audio for your projects with the hands-free convenience of a lavalier microphone, and you want to do it without breaking the bank.”

Back in 2009: SoundCloud app details emerge

It’s amazing to think that we all take SoundCloud for granted to a degree, but in 2009 we didn’t have a SoundCloud app, and back then the details were only just emerging. I think if I remember correctly that when it did arrive they charged for it too. Strange to think of that.

Happy birthday Addictive Microsynth

Today back in 2011 Addictive Microsynth arrived on the app store for the first time. Happy birthday to Addictive!

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