- Yonac release AirVox
- VL Tone on Android
- Control for Android
- iShred Live and Griffin Stompbox
- Mixtikl - Deep editing II tutorial
- FiRe Studio arrives
- Touchproducer on the battle
- PixelWave update
- Tabletop from Retronyms is released
- Loopseque Extra is coming
The end of the week, and the end of July as well, here's a round up from this week.
In case you missed it from before, this Thingamagoop (v1) is on eBay for £39, which really isn't bad as new from Bleep Labs these were around £100+ and then you had to get them in from the US which wasn't cheap either.
Worth a look?
I haven't heard much from Loopseque for a while, but it looks like they've got something in the works called Loopseque Extra, which looks great.
Here's what to expect:
- Sample Uploader
- Sample Editor
- Sample Browser
- Loop Manager
- Powerful Audio Copy/Paste
- Per-Wheel Sample Setups
- Featured Artists’s sample-sets
- SoundCloud sharing
- Project sharing
- Special Sound FX Controls:
- Delay, Reverb, Cutoff and Repeater
- Volume Control for each channel
- Edit Wheel in background
- Colorize Channels and Lens
iPads at the Apple Store
According to Retrevo consumers most important feature of a (non-Apple) tablet, is price:
No matter how much chatter surrounds the rumored Android-based Amazon tablet, the company won't reveal any details. But according to Retrevo, Amazon leads the pack among manufacturers, excluding Apple, from whom potential customers would "seriously consider buying a tablet." And which tablet feature matters to consumers most? The price.
I think that this is a really massive opportunity for Amazon to open the market if they do bring out an Android tablet this autumn. I'm looking forward to seeing what they do come up with.
BeatStudio from Frontier Design arrives. Here's what's new:
2 new free sample packs
2 new free sample packs
- Vintage Analogue Drum Machine
- Vintage Digital Drum Machine
- Edit beats on the fly while looping or playing
- 2 new snares in the standard sound kits
More Monotribe from VJFranzK.
We mentioned this old app on the podcast in episode 3 and it's been on my mind ever since. It was, and in many ways still is a really good application, especially considering it is over 7 years old now.
If you have an old pocket PC you might want to try it out. If you're interested in it, you can still get it here.