Recollections of PalmSounds: Mark from Moo Cow Music

Mark from Moo Cow was one of if not the first to put together a music app on iOS, not just before it was called iOS, but before there were even apps on the iPhone. So it’s really fitting to end this month of celebrations for PalmSounds turning 10 years old with a comment from … Continue reading Recollections of PalmSounds: Mark from Moo Cow Music

Recollections of PalmSounds: Music Studio

I can remember when Music Studio first arrived on the app store. It was a massive step forward, and so it’s great to get this from Alex: “Back in 2009 when we released Music Studio for iPhone (iPad was not born yet and Android was unknown), PalmSounds was one of the first blogs to review … Continue reading Recollections of PalmSounds: Music Studio

Recollections of PalmSounds: Aaron Higgins

I’ve known Aaron for some time and some of you will remember some of the apps her was responsible for, the most memorable (in my view) being Looptastic! He’s still doing some pretty interesting things in music and gave a demo of his Blam for Minecraft at Music Tech Fest last weekend. So it’s great … Continue reading Recollections of PalmSounds: Aaron Higgins

Recollections of PalmSounds: Gary from MicSwap

I was really impressed when I first saw MicSwap on the app store, and when I used it I was truly amazed by the results! It was great to get this comment from Gary: “Happy 10th birthday and anniversary to Palm Sounds! Ashley has been on the forefront of this growth in mobile music creation … Continue reading Recollections of PalmSounds: Gary from MicSwap

Recollections of PalmSounds: The Korg App Dev Team

Korg have been one of the most amazing supporters of making music on iOS and before with the DS platform, so it was great to get this comment from their developer team: “Congratulations to PalmSounds for their 10th anniversary! Thank you for your continued introduction of KORG apps. We hope to continue to evolve by … Continue reading Recollections of PalmSounds: The Korg App Dev Team

Recollections of PalmSounds: Hamilton (MultiTrack DAW)

I’ve been a MultiTrack DAW user since it first arrived on iOS and it’s just got better and better so it was great to receive this from Hamilton: “PalmSounds was the first to blog about the app, back when iPhone music was just beginning around 2009. So I owe a lot to you for starting … Continue reading Recollections of PalmSounds: Hamilton (MultiTrack DAW)

Recollections of PalmSounds: Matt from NanoStudio

I’ve known Matt for some time now and I still remember when NanoStudio came out. I think we were all blown away by that. Here’s how Matt remembers PalmSounds: “In 2009 I gave up my day job and decided to try and make an audio app for this thing which hadn’t around long called an … Continue reading Recollections of PalmSounds: Matt from NanoStudio

Recollections of PalmSounds: Chadwick Wood (Coffeeshopped LLC)

Another very kind contribution to the PalmSounds 10th birthday celebration: “I really appreciate Ashley’s ongoing work with PalmSounds. As a lover of iOS music apps, PalmSounds has been a great resource for telling me what’s coming up. And as a developer, I’ve benefitted greatly from PalmSounds spreading the word on my projects. Here’s to 10 … Continue reading Recollections of PalmSounds: Chadwick Wood (Coffeeshopped LLC)

Recollections of PalmSounds: Marcus from MusicApps.com.br

I’ve been a long time fan of what Marcus has been doing, so getting this was wonderful. “In 2010, I realized that there was a thing called Mobile Music. It happened when Steve Jobs introduced the iPad to the world and someone played some notes on the screen using one of the first music apps. … Continue reading Recollections of PalmSounds: Marcus from MusicApps.com.br

Recollections of PalmSounds: Jim from Yonac

As you will see from what Jim has written, I’ve been following their apps from the very beginning, and I still have a very special place for miniSynth (1) which I remember being a bit of a revelation in terms of making music on an iOS device (before iOS was iOS of course). It makes┬áthis … Continue reading Recollections of PalmSounds: Jim from Yonac