It has been just over a week since I sent my Romo off to Germany to have his main board’s firmware updated to work with an EU smartphone. He’s back, and he works just fine now. In fact, he seems to be as good as new.
After all this time it’s great to be playing around with my Romo and enjoying such a clever idea. Now I want more from my Romo apps already!
After being a little disappointed by the first Processing app for iOS I found this one, called PR0C0DIN6, which seems to have a lot more possibilities, and the editor is much simpler to use. So I’ll let you know soon how this one works out.
If you want to check it out on the app store it costs £2.99, which I didn’t think is too bad as it’s a universal app.
Now that I’m back to using my iPad for music again I thought I’d have another go at Donut, and suddenly, it really clicked. I used it to record some vocal cut ups and it was wonderful, or that is to say, I really enjoyed it anyway.
I really do love The Strange Agency. They’re amazing!
As I mentioned The Strange Agency’s new app ‘MegaCurtis’ the other day I thought I’d give CP 1919 a run again as I haven’t used it for a while. What an amazing app for very experimental sounds. I think I love all of the Strange Agency’s work, but I’m not sure I could pick a favourite out from their apps.
Today is the big day. The speculation ends, or at least I hope it will. Will Apple bring an iPad 3, an iPad HD, or even a 7″ iPad mini? Who knows, maybe a combination of the lot!
I just hope it gets here soon, that’s all.
It isn’t pretty, but at least it can be used again. I put a screen protector sheet over the smashed screen so that I can now move my finger over it without cutting it to shreds. It is functional, but not very nice to look at.
Roll on iPad 3 I say!