0 comments on “littleBits going to the cloud?”

littleBits going to the cloud?

I have to admit that if this is done right it could lead to some really interesting possibilities for the littleBits kit. I’m intrigued to find out how they’re going to implement it and I really hope it’s done well.

You can sign up to find out more about the littleBits cloud module here.

0 comments on “SoundCloud group for tracks made with SPC Music Scratchpad”

SoundCloud group for tracks made with SPC Music Scratchpad

If you’re making music on Android with SPC Music Scratchpad then share it here on SoundCloud.

0 comments on “Monday morning is time to remind you about dropbox”

Monday morning is time to remind you about dropbox

If you’re not using dropbox then it’s something you might want to check out as more and more apps are now using it as a default for online storage, and it works quite well in my view.

You can get one by clicking this link, and what’s more you’ll get an extra 500mb (and so will I)!

0 comments on “AudioShare – audio document manager arrives”

AudioShare – audio document manager arrives

At last AudioShare arrives on the app store. Here’s what to expect:

AudioShare is an audio document manager with powerful import and export abilities. If you are using music-making apps, then this is a very useful tool to have!

Use it to transfer soundfiles between apps and between your device and computer. For example, take a soundfile from your dropbox, open it in AudioShare and share it on SoundCloud. Or audiocopy sounds from your favorite music-making app and import into the AudioShare library for later sharing or copying into other apps.

You can also record directly in the app, and preview and play soundfiles with waveform display.


INPUTS

  • Record directly in app
  • AudioPaste
  • “Open in” from other app
  • iTunes file sharing

OUTPUTS

  • Playback directly in app
  • AudioCopy
  • SoundCloud upload
  • “Open in” another app (for example DropBox)
  • Send by email
  • iTunes file sharing

The app is priced at $1.99

AudioShare - audio document manager - Kymatica (Jonatan Liljedahl)

0 comments on “Reminder: Using drop box”

Reminder: Using drop box

If you’re not using dropbox then it’s something you might want to check out as more and more apps are now using it as a default for online storage, and it works quite well in my view.

You can get one by clicking this link, and what’s more you’ll get an extra 500mb (and so will I)!

0 comments on “iOS Musician on iCloud or Dropbox for iOS music making?”

iOS Musician on iCloud or Dropbox for iOS music making?

A good piece from iOS Musician on the whole iCloud v Dropbox debate. Worth a read.

0 comments on “Is it me or is Dropbox becoming the default?”

Is it me or is Dropbox becoming the default?

It seems to me that more and more apps are using dropbox as the standard for back up online, so if you don’t have a dropbox account so far, probably now’s the time to get one.

You can get one by clicking this link, and what’s more you’ll get an extra 500mb (and so will I)!

0 comments on “Myriad’s Alien Dalvik 2.0 on an iPad”

Myriad’s Alien Dalvik 2.0 on an iPad

http://www.viddler.com/embed/b04bbba1/?f=1&offset=0&autoplay=0&disablebranding=0

I like the idea of being able to run the Android OS on an iPad, but the fact that the whole thing is running in the cloud makes me wonder if it’ll work at all for music applications.

Even so it is of some interest, I’m just not sure it’s going to get off the ground.

http://static.evernote.com/noteit.js Clip to Evernote

0 comments on “What does iCloud bring to music making?”

What does iCloud bring to music making?

We’ve talked about iCloud before, but now as we approach the 12th I wondered if any developers wanted to share in advance how they plan to make use of iCloud, and if any users wanted to share what they hope that iCloud will bring to mobile music?

http://static.evernote.com/noteit.js Clip to Evernote

1 comment on “Check out the new Audiosilverlining site”

Check out the new Audiosilverlining site

Audiosilverlining is evolving. The new site looks really good.

http://static.evernote.com/noteit.js Clip to Evernote

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