Rumors are heating up about an Apple tablet computer - an iTablet.
According to rumors, the iTablet will be a big brother to the iPhone, offering a large multitouch screen, but retaining the iPhone's portability and flexibility as a platform.
If the rumors pan out, the iTablet could be the biggest news in music in 2010. Here's why.
While the iTablet sounds exciting, it's still just a rumor. We'll find out if there's anything to these rumors in 2010.
What do you think of the rumored iTablet? Could it change the way we make music?
Even if it just provides a larger interface for existing iPhone music apps, I think it would be awesome. So many great apps just need more space to be played musically.
29-Dec-09 10:19 PM
I've just creamed myself. All jokes aside, iTablet will become a production standard. " Could The iTablet Revolutionize Music Making? " INDEED!!!
30-Dec-09 09:24 AM
well, for a start, it will kill Lemur, unless these guys move quickly to a software based model.
30-Dec-09 10:12 AM
Well, think about Reason -software and how small all the knobs etc. are and how small they would shrink on a sub-10 inch touch screen... nice portability, yes, but what about user friendliness? I am still eagerly waiting for the iWhateveritwillbecalled...
31-Dec-09 03:23 AM
The iSlate or iTablet is going to be monumental, even without multi-tasking. Just think of the successful porting over BeatMaker, TouchOSC or Jasuto to name just 3 of the many outstanding creative music Apps that are currently available . Many expensive standalone devices are going to be placed under extreme price-pressure, or are going to be suddenly obsolete. The potential for disruption of the control surface retail space is VERY real-Stay Tuned!
04-Jan-10 06:28 AM
16 track multitimbral synthesiser with fully sequenceable parameter locks, video synthesis and the introduction of step components.
Ethernet connected, for model and settings recal
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