Chronology of Palm Music on Tam Hanna

I posted this on Tam’s blog so I thought I’d post a link to it here.

Chronology of Palm Music

Failed Muso: Mobile Music Studio

Failed Muso: Mobile Music Studio

This is a good review of Syntrax. I really must try this out again, I never really got the hang of it.

Helen’s Music: Desert Stuff (aka Pocket PC Recording test, Take 1)

Helen’s Music: Desert Stuff (aka Pocket PC Recording test, Take 1)

Interesting use of Griff. Nice.

Recording Gear News: Zoom PS04 Digital Palm Top Recorder

Recording Gear News: Zoom PS04 Digital Palm Top Recorder

A good brief summary of the Zoom PS04. I’m still thinking about that new Boss Micro-BR, but my friend Paul tells me that the Zoom is better and has more features.

Matrixsynth: Z4 Music and Griff – Pocket Samplers

Matrixsynth: Z4 Music and Griff – Pocket Samplers

I have to take out some time to do a decent review of Griff, but this is a good start. I never got Z4 Music. Perhaps I’ll get it soon?

Ditch Digger Digs Ditches: Make Palm a portable sequencer and sampler

Ditch Digger Digs Ditches: Make Palm a portable sequencer and sampler

Another little review of Bhajis Loops. I’m amazed at how many people have raved about Bhajis Loops and taken the time to review it.

Tungsten|E Guy’s Blog: Music Creation on the Palm Platform

Tungsten|E Guy’s Blog: Music Creation on the Palm Platform

Good reviews of Bhajis Loops / Microbe and other music software like Psytexx. Definitely worth checking out this blog.

art and new media studies

art and new media studies

Interesting stuff on Leonardo Electronic Alamanac…

Matrixsynth: miniMusic BeatPad driving a Voyager and 909

Matrixsynth: miniMusic BeatPad driving a Voyager and 909

Good post on the use of BeatPad and external MIDI hardware. Nice shot of a Palm M515 running it all. Interesting blog too.

Music thing: PSPKick: Homebrew drum machine for PSP

Music thing: PSPKick: Homebrew drum machine for PSP

Now that is cool. I like the look of the PSP, but I couldn’t buy one on account I have no real use for it. Perhaps I will do at some point?

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