“This is the new Moog Synthesizer App Model 15 based on the Model 15 Analog Modular Synthesizer. In this specific, I show you the In-App Purchase Textural Points by Richard Devine. This video maybe help in your purchase of the IAP. Sorry for no keyboard second screen this time.”
Video published by Synth Anatomy.
Moog Model 15 on the app store ($29.99 / £22.99):
“Friday, May 6th is the last day to order a T3k from bleeplabs.com. After that we won’t be doing another run until at least next year but there will be limited stock available from our retailers.
Hear more absurd sounds and order your very own noise friend at http://bleeplabs.com”
Video published by Bleep Labs.
Another mobile music alphabet post from 2010 for the letter E which had a few things in there which have fallen by the wayside now.
What would your entries be for the letter E now?
An app that was really very complex and ambitious for its time, Psynth arrived back in 2009 and you can read all about it here in the original post.
Back in 2008 I was still talking about the Palm OS and its apps quite a lot. This post was some thoughts about PalmBuzzer, which was an unexpected app that turned up back then. You can read it here.
If you’re a pinterest user you can find my mobile music pinterest board here. You might find some interesting stuff there, you never know.