Another (unexpected) OP-1 clip posted

Didn’t expect to see this turn up. Quite interesting sounds from the OP-1.

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More on Bleep!Box new features


Even more new features for Bleep!Box according to this news:

I’ve been working on features for the first update of bleep!BOX. The first enables patch sharing and file io over Wifi. I also implemented .WAV recording. You can export .wav files over wifi as well. Once nice thing about the .wav recording is that it includes slice points, which should make it easy to get these files up and running in your sequencer/sampler of choice.

BleepBox at the app store:
bleep!BOX

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Euno


When the lite version of this app came out I had a brief play with it and didn’t really get on with it. Now that it has appeared as a ‘full’ version (priced at over £5) I’m wondering if I should check it out or not.

Anyone have any feedback on this synth app?

Euno at the app store:
euno

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Another OP-1 clip posted

Looks like this might be the last one for a while, but at least there is more stuff coming out of Teenage Engineering on the OP-1.

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New things for BleepBox?


I love it when great apps are constantly being updated and responding to user feedback, and this seems to be exactly the case with BleepBox from this teaser image above on the Bleepbox news page.

BleepBox at the app store:
bleep!BOX

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New OP-1 examples

A load of new OP-1 samples from Teenage Engineering.

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Phoenix Studio for Windows Mobile


I’ve been looking at what to put on my Axim (X51) and someone mentioned Phoenix Studio on a comment at Facebook. I’d forgotten about this app completely, but it is nice to be reminded of it.

Phoenix Studio for Windows Mobile (or rather Pocket PC) was brilliant when it came out. In many ways it is like apps like Technobox and iSyn on the iPhone now, but you have to remember that this app came out in 2002 and at the time I thought it was brilliant to say the least. It is still a useful app, and I’m going to get it loaded up on my Axim again to revisit what it can do.

If you’re interested in it, you can still get it here.

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Sunvox iPhone video: Playing live

Another great video from NightRadio.

Sunvox at the app store:
SunVox

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NESynth for iPhone


NESynth is now available. I hope to give it a go and post some impressions in the next day or two. If you’ve tried it please let me know.

NESynth at the app store:
NESynth

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NESynth for iPhone coming soon

8Bit composer might be getting some competition soon … (via Matrixsynth)

UPDATE: For some reason this app isn’t on the UK or US stores. It only appears on the Japan store!!! I’ve written to the developer to ask them to sort it out.

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