MESSE11: Sound Trends Shows iPad Music Apps

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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.

Among them was Kord Taylor from Sound Trends, who gave us a quick look at three of his apps; Grüvtron, StudioHD and  Looptastic.

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bartal    Said...

Was this clip supposed to have sound from the iPad?

14-Apr-11 08:34 AM


bartal    Said...

Also this clip was posted on the 12th of April: http://www.sonicstate.com/news/2011/04/12/messe11-new-apps-from-soundtrends/

14-Apr-11 09:03 AM


NeilArmstrong    Said...

Getting a good recording in Looptastic, Meta.DJ & Studio.HD for the iPad 2 is often very difficult because the iPad's internal microphone is picking up all live, ambient noise around you - especially when wearing headphones. From what I've read, there are MacBooks out there having the same problem because, like the iPad, there's no way (that I've found) to mute the internal mic. Again, I'd love to be corrected but I cannot find a fix or work-around. Any suggestions or ideas.... anyone?

04-Jul-12 09:29 AM


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