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The Sonoma Wireworks stand at Messe was small, but it had one of the highest Cool-Thing-Per-Square-Metre ratios to be found anywhere at the show ;-]
Gathered together by their shared use of the very handy Audio Copy & Paste protocol developed by Sonoma Wireworks, which allows Apps to share audio data between them, a number of developers were showcasing their iPad wares.
One of the most comprehensive iPad synthesizers I've come across - NLog Synth Pro - was being demonstrated by Rolf Wohrmann from Tempo-Rubato.
It offers 4 oscillators, 2 filters, 4 LFOs, 4 envelopes, a raft of FX and over 190 preset sounds.
Oh, and there's going to be a version for OSX coming soon too, so you can transfer data between the two.
Probably makes good tea, too.
Tom Whitwell shows off his new Turing Machine and some really interesting prototypes