- universal containers (pixi-container) for any type of data;
- dynamically typed variables (for integer or floating point numbers);
- functions for sound synthesis and recording;
- functions for block data processing;
- supported formats: WAV, PNG, JPG;
- MIDI In/Out.
Of course, or most interest is the functions for sound synthesis and recording and the MIDI in/out as well. Sadly it seems that there’s no Palm OS version though, so I’ll be using it on Windows Mobile.
Aurora Sound Studio has been around for a while. First on Windows Mobile and now on iOS. It’s a great music making app, and one that I’ve too long overlooked. So I went back to it this morning, albeit briefly, and was surprised to find some nice stuff in there that I must have made ages ago.
It’s always nice to get a little surprise like that and remember (or not remember) tracks partially made and sitting around just waiting for you to rediscover them.