I’m a big fan of Dentaku since I first of them and they started their Kickstarter campaign. We’ve had them work with us before at Heart n Soul at the 2014 Beautiful Octopus Club, so it’s great to have them back for next week’s SoundLab Play Space.
The Ototo is such a useful device and so much fun to play with. You can do pretty much anything with it. So if you’re coming along on the 25th then you’ve got a real treat in store for you with Ototo from Dentaku.
I wanted to take a little opportunity to say a thank you to some of the firms who are supporting the SoundLab Play Space next week.
Audanika have been really generous in providing us with codes for our App Space. Audanika have given us codes for SoundPrism Pro, SoundPrism Electro, and SoundPrism Electro Mini, all of which are excellent apps to help people to start to make music and so they fit really well with a project like SoundLab.
I’ve been a fan of SoundPrism Pro since the day it came out, and I still am, it’s such an expressive instrument, and you can really loose hours just playing with it. So I’m looking forward to sharing it with the audience at the SoundLab Play Space next week, and once again, a massive thank you to Audanika for supporting us.
That’s right, Module for iPhone is still at it’s launch price until the November 30! Sale Price US$19.99 (Regular price US$29.99)
iSEM Synthesizer is now an AudioUnit Extension. Very cool indeed.
You can get iMaschine 2 from Native Instruments at 50% off the normal price (just $4.99 rather than $9.99) until the 1st of December. Find it on the app store by clicking below.
And also if you’re in London then it would be worth taking a look at Music Production Expo. Which I went to last year and plan to go again this year (probably tomorrow though).
There are some really good seminars and a load of very good companies exhibiting there too. If it’s anything like last year I expect there’ll be some good deals to be had at the event too.