DJ Mixer HD

I don’t usually write something about every DJ app that turns up on the App Store, but this one was interesting because I’m sure it was ported from a Windows Mobile DJ app from a while back. I’d love to…

Will ever see a plug in architecture in iOS?

I wonder if anything like that will come to iOS? Like Griff and Bhajis Loops. Wouldn’t it be great to see a real plug in host app come to iOS? http://static.evernote.com/noteit.js http://aos-creative.prf.hn/creative/camref:ijvr/creativeref:302434/special:rotate

A future for Griff?

Looks like there’s some interest in taking on Griff, which would be brilliant for Windows Mobile users. I’d love to see the core of the app get an update and resume development. Fingers crossed. http://aos-creative.prf.hn/creative/camref:ijvr/creativeref:302434/special:rotate

WP7 Launches, but does anyone care?

Mobilecrunch asks this question, and I’d like to put it a different way. Microsoft launches WP7, and will it change anything? For mobile music it is fair to say that iOS is probably on top for now with Android coming…

People asking for Griff to go open source

I’m not sure that this will ever come about but this thread at the Griff forum has an interesting suggestion for the developers. Let the code out into the hands of the users. I’m interested to see how it goes…

The Mobile Music Alphabet: G is for …

G is for Gliss One of the great things about the iPhone is that it has brought so many new interfaces and interesting ways of making music. Gliss is a great example of a very different way of making music…

What next after Nanoloop?

I’ve been a big fan of Nanoloop on the iPhone, and I was wondering if we might see anything similar make the jump to the iPhone? Stuff like LSDJ, glitchDS and lots of others. I know we won’t see stuff…

Is there a gap for a drum synth?

As I mentioned earlier I was playing around with the new DrumTrack8 and it occurred to me that the one thing that I don’t have on my iPhone (as yet), is a real drum synth. Something that is both a…

Aurora Sounds Studio platform comparison

I’ve been meaning to write this for a while now, and I’ve finally got to it at last. It is an interesting experiment to use the same software on 3 platforms, well 3 devices anyway. I’m going to break this…

Thoughts on Mobile Music feature in Computer Music

Posted on this yesterday and read the 10 page feature this morning. Whilst I agree with Pierre’s comment that this doesn’t add anything if you already read Palm Sounds or similar blogs, if you didn’t know anything about it, or…

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