Recollections of PalmSounds: Tim and Pete Cole, Intermorphic

You’ll be no stranger to Intermorphic as I mention them all the time and have done since I first stumbled over miniMIXA all those years ago. Of course now they have a very impressive line up of Mixtikl, Noatikl, Liptikl and of course Wotja (which I find myself using a lot).

So it was great to get these words from Tim and Pete … 

“I first met Ashley at at Windows Mobile Launch event, sometime in 2005 or 2006 I think. It was so long ago I cannot remember the date, but it was in London and Ashley was doing an excellent presentation on the state of mobile music making at the time. I gave a live demo of SSEYO miniMIXA (the precursor to Mixtikl) doing a mix on a Windows Mobile device and we have been good friends since, sharing a deep interest in all things related to mobile music making. The kind of live demo I would have given at that event can be seen in this video (, linked to at the bottom of

Since that time, I have been privileged that Ashley has remained interested in our work in generative music systems and creativity apps. I have met him a number of times over the years at various conferences, trade shows, music tech gatherings, beers and even at BAFTA. His unfailing support and encouragement have made a real difference to Intermorphic and have helped us to keep going when things got tough, which has been the case more often than not! So, without the kindness of Palmsounds I guess it is fair to say that Intermorphic might well not be what it is today – still pressing ahead in mobile music making! Thank you Ashley, we all love you, and best wishes for the next 10 years of Palmsounds!

Tim & Pete, Intermorphic”

Thanks chaps! That means a lot coming from you!


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