PO-12 ≈ italo disco cassette special (video)

Video description:

"Running some PO Italo action thru my newly acquired state-of-the-art recording device.. a 30 euro Korg cassette recorder with built-in speakers.

Got to love Korg for this one, they made it around the same time that MP3 players came on the market in 2004 or something. I recorded it dry, but it has built-in effects to spice you’re mix up like a true professional :)

To make it sound like I was in a room, I played the tape-recording into my Sansui Reverberation Amp for that brown, orange 70’s feeling. Nice back story is that I bought the thing for 3 euro on a local flea market.. Guy thought it was a broken amplifier, and I also didn’t know what it was until I came home.

So I want to dedicate this Italo composition to the flea market guy :)

For your Italo Disco compilation cassette mixtape: https://soundcloud.com/moedars/po-12-italo-disco-cassette-special"

DM1 for iPhone 3 arrives

Here's what's new in DM1 for iPhone 3:
  • Brand new Audio Engine with nice, crisp, clean sounds
  • 64-bit architecture
  • iOS8 and iOS7 compatible
  • Accurate volumes for Mixer Effects
  • There are now 2 FX!
  • Live Waveform display for FX pads
  • New export WAV and AAC algorithms
  • Minor fixes and UI improvements
  • Removed WIST support (current SDK 1.0 is not compatible with iOS8)
  • Removed SYNTH effect (not Audio Engine compatible )

Also, Vinyl - the Real Record Player, is on the bus too

Should've mentioned that the other app, Vinyl - the Real Record Player is also on the bus too.

Vinyl mini is on the bus ...

Always nice to see an existing app added to list of Audiobus apps. Vinyl mini is a bit of a strange one though.

GrooveMaker 2 is half price

GrooveMaker 2 is on sale. It's 50% off, down from $9.99 to $4.99, and some of the IAPs are also on sale I think.

Keys: Modular LED Music Keyboard with Gestures (on Indiegogo)

Actually this looks pretty interesting, which is bad news for me as this month has already been somewhat heavy on the crowdfunding side for me.

Anyway, here are the details if you want to know more ...

Keys is a keyboard designed for the novice and configurable for a pro. Learn your favorite songs in minutes through LED lit keys and create beautiful music without any previous experience. Plug into any device or computer and launch the app. It's that simple.

Pre-order on Indiegogo at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/keys-the-music-keyboard-that-anyone-can-play/

I am Synth Free

I am Synth Free arrives, and, as it says, it's free. Which is an interesting move as the full version is only $0.99.

Here's the app's description ...

Who are you? I am Synth!

the simplest and most powerful synth app ever!

i have no knobs,no technical terms but just only cute icons waiting for your tap and flick.
  • oscillator: sine,saw,pulse,noise
  • low pass filter
  • LFO for pitch : sine,saw,pulse,noise
  • envelope for amplitude : attack time,release time
  • delay : up to 2 sec , it can be also used for looper
  • keyboard : shake for ribbon controller mode

BIAS is on sale

BIAS is also on sale, down from $9.99 to $4.99.

What's your app of the week?

What's the app that's been most useful or the most inspiring this week? Or maybe just the app that's been your work horse for the last few days. Tell me which one it is and why.

JamUp Pro is 50% off

JamUp Pro is on sale and is half price. It's down from $9.99 to $4.99.

QOTD: What is the most important feature in the apps you buy?

The importance of various features has changed a lot in the last few years. So what's the most important feature of an app that would make you take a second look, or actually buy it rather than never give it a second glance, and how has your view changed over time?