No flash plug
Way Out Ware are the folks that brought us the TimeWarp 2600, a virtual Arp 2600 and kickAxxe which by all accounts were quite the thing.
This time at NAMM, developer Jim Heinz, was toting his latest app in the form of iSample, an iPhone app with some serious sampling and sequencing capabilities.
truthfully......... i think making these APPS or iphone seems to be a STALL or excuse for not making new products.........like... OH WE DONT HAVE ANYTHING COMING THIS YEAR..... lets make an iphone app. useless. I find after using something once or twice on my iphone......it never reallly gets used again..........i dont even buy apps anymore.......its just a way of making you broke...... $4.99 at a time.
24-Jan-10 09:40 PM
Why can't they (all music apps manufacturers) develop programs like that for the computer? How come the pocket computer (iPhone) get so much love?
25-Jan-10 06:14 PM
Maybe developers are making iPhone apps because they sell well and allow them to stay in business.
26-Jan-10 03:44 AM
I don't know about you guys but I bought this, and found it to be quite fun, especially when you import your own samples and start chopping them up. I wish there were more effects, and a way to put effects only on certain tracks.
27-Jan-10 08:40 AM
The Nine Inch Nails synth guru gives us a look at his make noise rig