And what’s more it’s a really cool reactive app as well, which makes it even more of an honor to be in the app. If you haven’t tried it, then you need to try it. What more can I say? Seriously, if you know and love RJDJ or the Inception app or that kind of thing, then you should give this a go. You won’t regret it one bit
Oh yeah, and if you hadn’t noticed, the preset name is AshPalm, for Ashley from PalmSounds.
A big thank you to Gerren who pointed out to me that this EP had been released. I had no idea and probably wouldn’t have noticed for ages and ages. I listened to it yesterday and it’s great, I really do love their blend of electronica, and this EP has some nice remix work on it too. So it’s a good addition to my Telefon Tel Aviv collection.
miniMusic will turn 13 years old soon, and even though they haven’t put out anything new for quite some time I thought I’d give PianoFly Pro Synth a go again. It’s a lovely app, a lovely synth with some features that still aren’t available anywhere else.
I’d hoped that they’d bring out Tympanum, their second app soon, but it still hasn’t seen the light of day. I’d like to think that miniMusic would do something for their birthday as they remain one of my favourite developers.
I’ve been listening to the latest 4th Doctor story from Big Finish. Not bad on the whole, not the best, and I don’t think it’s as good as some of the Hornet’s Nest stories. Even so, it’s always good to listen to some Doctor Who, especially with Tom Baker in it, so it doesn’t matter too much.
This wasn’t one of the Strange Agency’s better ideas although the actual idea is a good one. I guess in any business you have ups and downs and the Strange Agency usually have brilliant ideas. Sadly, this wasn’t a great one. It works, but the implementation just wasn’t right.
I played with it again recently and whilst you can make a rhythm track with this it isn’t easy to get things to sound just as you’d want. I doubt that they’ll do much to update this app now, but even so, a good attempt.