Welcome to May, it’s a lovely month and Spring is here, at least it feels like it anyway. However, I’ll get right to the point here. This May PalmSounds will be ten years old. This is something of a shock to me. When I started PalmSounds I had no idea it would last this long nor did I really have any inkling about where it would lead me, and it’s taken me in some very interesting directions.
So it’s a big deal for me and for PalmSounds and maybe it is for you too. The actual date when PalmSounds turns 10 is on the 25th. However, I’m not letting that stop me from celebrating for the whole month.
One thing I would really like to know from you is if you have any memories of or special recollections of PalmSounds and how it may have impacted you in some way. If you do I’d love to hear from you and maybe post your thoughts on the site. So please do get in touch. You can find out how in the about page.
I’d love to hear from you.
Sorry it’s a bit late today, but here it is:
Monday the 25th:
Tuesday the 26th:
- The already excellent Blocs Wave got better with version 3.0 and new export features
Wednesday the 27th:
- Not much posting on Wednesday either, just a great selection of videos from Jakob Haq on the amazing modstep. They’re really worth a look whether you’re thinking about getting modstep, you’re getting to grips with it or you’re a seasoned user, you’re sure to find something useful in there.
So that was a shorter week, or at least a week with fewer posts anyway. However, there’ll be lots more in May, and I’ll be telling you why very soon …
It’s funny to find these even so many years after Bhajis stopped being developed, but it’s worth a watch if you’re considering getting going with Bhajis again or for the first time of course!
The first tutorial is here, and the second is here.
This was a big thing back in 2009, and these were particularly impressive things to be promising as well. It’s a shame that YUDO just sort of ended doing their mobile music stuff.
If you’re so inclined, start your own blog about mobile music making devices apps and more. Let people know what you think.
It’s interesting looking back on posts like these to see what were the important things back in 2010, at least in terms of the letter A anyway.
And it was a really big surprise at the time too. Read the original post from 2010 here.
Back in 2009 today we were just finding out about Amidio’s new apps Hexatone and Keasis. Read the post here.