Friday, December 31, 2010


"It doesnt gonna go away, does it?"

Friday, December 24, 2010

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Loopseque mini for iphone/ipad

Loopseque is an incredibly simple app for creating music. With Loopseque making music is like playing a game. Create beats, switch fast between patterns and arrange compositions. You can access your music instantly and everywhere.

* Designed for fun and improvisation
* Attractive for both beginners and professionals
* Suitable for all ages

* "Big Wheel" mode for easy pattern creation
* "Wheel Matrix" mode for fast switch between patterns
* Master Class. Learn to make music in different styles
* Tap and Sync for team play
* Swing option to add motion to the beat
* Cut, Copy and Paste patterns
* Load & Save projects

* At Home: on your own, together with a friend or even with the whole family
* At a Party: it’s fun in any setting. Amuse your friends, make music together
* On a Trip: on board of a plane, in a car, or on a train
* On Stage: improvise during live performances, create new beats on the fly

* 32-step circle sequencer
* 4 channels with 9 patterns per channel
* 17 professionally-designed electonic sample sets
* 5 sample sets for kids
* 14 preinstalled basic music compositions

* Special "mini" design for best usability on iPhone & iPod Touch
* Pixel accurate desing for the exciting Retina Display

* iPhone 4 & 3GS: great performance, smooth animations
* iPhone 3G: high quality sound, but with limited animations

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

PC living-room

I saw it while ago, saw it today again and had to post it...
via freshome

Monday, December 13, 2010

TouchOSC Kong iPad template

Pulsate app for iphone by

Presenting the first iPhone app from the people who brought you is a melody making tool which allows you to use geometry to create melodies straight from your iPhone.
Pulsate is a very simple app. Its organic, chaotic functionality will keep you hypnotised for hours. You will never have the same melody twice, let Pulsate take you on a geometric adventure for just 99 cents!
Pulsate was created using a tailor-made audio engine created just for the iPhone so expect loads more sonic toys in the future!

Tribute to Alexander McQueen by Nick Knight, music by Björk

Tribute to Alexander McQueen by Nick Knight, music by Björk from SHOWstudio on Vimeo.

will u buy iPad 2 or not?

the most reasonable features for iPad 2 on
1Support for 900 MHz UMTS/HSDPA in the 3G antenna for wider compatibility with non-US 3G networks. Since the iPhone 4 got a quad-band antenna this year, this seems guaranteed.
2. At least 512MB of RAM. It seems exceedingly odd that the original iPad shipped with only 256MB of RAM while the iPhone 4 shipped with double that amount only a few months later. With multitasking now available on the iPad in iOS 4.2, it's crucial that Apple cram as much RAM as possible into the iPad in order to preserve the user experience.
3. 128GB flash memory on the high-end iPad. 64GB doesn't quite cut it for my needs, especially at Apple's asking price. With the difference in price between the 64GB and 128GB 11" MacBook Air being a mere US$200, and with iFixit's iPad teardown showing plenty of room inside the iPad for additional memory, the only reason I can see for Apple keeping the iPad 2's topmost capacity fixed at 64GB is a desire to retain itshigh margins on the iPad. One way around that: make a 128GB capacity exclusive to the 3G version of the iPad. The iPad's 3G chipset/antenna doesn't cost anywhere close to the $130 price difference Apple charges between the Wi-Fi and 3G iPads -- in fact, the added component cost for iPad 3G is only $27according to iSuppli.
4. Display resolution increase. Retina Display quality isn't possible now (expect to see a 326 ppi, 2560 x 1920 pixel display on the iPad 5 in 2014), but 1600 x 1200 would be pretty killer. Even 1280 x 960 would be a very respectable resolution bump over the iPad's current 1024 x 768 resolution. Coincidentally, 1280 x 960 would put the iPad's horizontal resolution in portrait mode at the same 960-pixel value as the iPhone 4 Retina Display's horizontal resolution in landscape mode, which could go a long way toward simplifying creation of universal apps.
5. FaceTime camera. This one is a gimme; we've already heard multiple rumors of a front-facing camera on the iPad 2. With all varieties of MacBooks, the iPhone 4 and the latest iPod touch all offering built-in FaceTime cameras, the iPad is now Apple's only high-end portable product that doesn't have FaceTime capability. Unless Apple comes up with some other awesome feature beforehand, it's likely that it'll market FaceTime capability as the iPad 2's main point of differentiation from its predecessor.
6. Rear-facing camera. Although this seems a less likely and possibly awkward feature, we've seen bothleaked iPad cases and insider sources claiming iPad 2 will have a rear-facing camera. There's plenty of room in the case for a rear-facing camera, so the primary concern here is usability and/or fashion sense -- is Apple willing to have millions of its users walking around looking like goofballs with their big ol' iPads held out in the photographer's stance?
In the poll below, you can let us know what's most important to you in the iPad 2. If there's anything else you'd like (or need) to see in the iPad 2 in order to justify a purchase, let us know in the comments.

Meet Eddie

So far he has presented strong feelings towards Bebot robot synth app ;)

Vintage Trouble "Nancy Lee" Video feat. Carmit Bachar (shot Exclusively on iPhone 4)

Alexa Goddard & Brett Domino: Fairytale Of New York

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Portastudio for iPad

TASCAM's Portastudio brings 30 years of easy-to-use home recording to your iPad. Based on the PORTA ONE recorder that revolutionized recording in 1984, the Portastudio app records up to four tracks with a vintage vibe.
Record one track at a time using the built-in mic or a headset microphone connection, monitoring on authentic VU meters. A cassette transport with position counter tracks your position while you mix with level, pan and EQ controls. When you're ready to mix, the built-in mixdown function saves your song as a CD-quality WAV file. Your mix appears in iTunes when you're finished, ready to share with friends and bandmates.
A generation of your favorite bands crafted their songs with Portastudios, now it's your turn. Start capturing your songs with the company that invented home recording using Portastudio by TASCAM.
it is dope, isnt it?

Sunday, December 5, 2010