So there’s been lots of news about SoundCloud’s new creator app called Pulse (wasn’t there a LinkedIn app by the same name?), but it’s come to Android first, which, in my view, is a little odd. Does it strike you as odd?
Given that their first mobile app was for iOS it seems strange to bring this to Android first off. I don’t get it. Surely they’ve got lots more people creating on iOS than creating using Android? Did I miss something here?
To be honest I can’t say that I’ve really understood what they were up to for some time, so I guess that this shouldn’t be a big surprise really.
I’ll be interested to see what it’s like when it does come to iOS and what it does.
“Music: “Greenish Blue” by Jody Golick – made entirely in Audulus”
“You can add “bookmarks” during a recording with a single tap — each one makes a note of the time. Later, you can add notes to them, and jump to them inside an editing project.”
Here’s what’s new in the latest version of BeatMaker 2:
- iPad Pro ready !
- Fix iOS9 issues
- Fix iPhone 6S / iPhone 6S+ / iPod Touch 6G issues
- BeatMaker 2 is now fully 64-bits optimized on supported devices
- Update Audiobus to version 2.2.3b2-4
- Fix an issue with the pattern editor
- Minor improvements
So, where’s BeatMaker 3 then?
You can get iMaschine 2 from Native Instruments at 50% off the normal price until the 1st of December. Find it on the app store by clicking below.
Poseidon Synth is still at its launch price of $9.99. I thought you should be aware.
Made using Aurora Sounds Studio for iPhone
Get the SoundCloud app to listen on your iDevice.