I was listening to an old track that I’d made with a friend a long time ago. It’s something I was really proud of. Something that I think really stands the test of time. I hadn’t heard from him in a couple of years so I sent him a text and got a really quick reply, and it looks like we’ll be meeting up in the not too distant future. That made my day.
When Brian Eno’s Bloom app came out it caused a stir. I guess that people didn’t expect there to be something like that for a mobile platform from someone as significant as Eno. Personally I thought it sent a very clear signal as to how important mobile was, and that was great news.
Even though these apps (Bloom, Air, Trope) haven’t had many updates I still like them. I still find them interesting to listen to and play with, and I’m glad that Eno did them. I hope he’ll do something more in the mobile space, something really innovative, but if he does I expect it will be quite unexpected.
This app is one that hasn’t seen an update in years I think. It’s one of the original synth / drum machine apps, and whilst the interface isn’t great, especially by today’s standards, it has a nice randomise function to it which can be quite fun to play with.
So I think it can stay on my music iPhone 3G.
I briefly turned the comments back on here a while back only to receive a flood of spam comments. So I’ve turned them off again. This is a bit of a problem as things aren’t very interactive really.
So instead you can always talk to me on twitter or even facebook if you want to. I suppose I’ll eventually figure out a good way of sorting out the comment spam, but to give you an idea of the ratio, there have been roughly 600 comments, or which less than 50 are not spam.