How much did you spend?

This was a little suggestion to see how much you ended up spending on apps over Palm Sounds fifth birthday this month.

I'll only run the poll for a couple of days, but it might be interesting to see what you did spend!

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8 comments:

Jumper said...

A bit scary actually about sixty pounds but some amazing sounds

matthew bennett said...

I think I only bought Molton for $2. But I've spent around $140 on apps in two months since I got my iPad2.

And it's all your fault, Palm Sounds!!!

Marlene DeGrood said...

Around $20 ... but I also grabbed some non music creation apps that were on sale like EA's "Dead Space".

iLpD said...

@Marlene DeGrood Shocking 20? only?
I'm sure I spent more then 100$ :D
BTW play Dead Space lately

freesoulvw said...

This month I picked up:
Jasuto pro
Synthtronica
Multitrack DAW
Molten Drum machine
Sound Grid
Nano Studio
Crystal Synth
Poly chord
Musix
Mugician
Ocilliscoop
Piano angle
Chordbot
Vox 3000
Metal loops hd
Progression
H.fbk
Ladida
Guitar sequencer
Tomchord.......
Might have left a few out. The bottom few were my freebies but I paid for most of them. I have a bunch more like all the Korg apps and GB plus many more that I have owned for a while. I just recently got majorly dedicated to my iPad music and hope to find more great apps to join the fun.

Marlene DeGrood said...

@iLpD ... yep ... $24 and change is all .... mostly because all the music apps that were on sale were the ones I already had. I give myself a $50 per month allowance on apps ..... if I didn't set a limit I'd be in App Store debt. Loving Dead Space HD and I see that it's still on sale for $4.99!

johnnyg0 said...

I got a lot of apps that I wouldn't have cared for otherwise, like the Korg apps iMS-20 and iElectribe, also Beatmaker2, just because I wanted to give them a try. It was worth it, not that I use them much, but at least it costs me less than a few issues of Computer Music Magazine would've cost me :D

Andrew Cousins said...

Much more than I wanted to, probably about $100. nLog and iSequencer were my favourites. I also picked up quite a few of the Lite apps that you reviewed just to check them out. My biggest disappointment was the Gorillaz ielectribe .... I really wish I had bought the standard one, the samples from the Fall album are pretty useless to me. Funbox, Rebirth, Xenon, BL were all great apps, but I would love to have a bit have a bit more control over the thumbjam loop recorder. The best of the bunch of course Palmsprak but it needs audiocopy/paste. Thanks for all the great reviews!