App Sales!

A whole lot of app sales are happening today, including a great deal on Meteor Multitrack Recorder and Kymatica's BitWiz.

Buy Meteor Multitrack Recorder on iTunes: $11.99 (On Sale, from $19.99)

Buy BitWiz on iTunes: $0.99 (On Sale, from $2.99)

Buy MoDrum on iTunes: $3.99 (On Sale, from $4.99)

Buy Koushion: Pads on iTunes: $1.99 (On Sale, from $2.99)


Here is a demo of BitWiz as an Audiobus filter, but be warned: some nasty nasty sounds come out of this video!

QuNeo Updated with New iPad Mode

QuNeo users will want to head over to the official website to grab the latest firmware! This update cleverly reduces the brightness of the LEDs, allowing it to be powered from the iPad now; without an additional power source! The update also improves response times, as MusicApps.com.br blogger Marcus Padrini demonstrates by playing on BeatMaker 2.

As in, "Suck it, Akai. How come MPC Fly can't play with BeatMaker 2?"

Review: Thesys

John from Music App Blog did a quick review of Sugar Byte's excellent Thesys sequencer app. In other videos he demos Thesys recieving MIDI clock from Auria, a new feature added to Auria in an update last week. John further demonstrates Thesys with Thor and Cubasis, in a demo that makes my iPad 3 hurt so hard to watch.

Buy Thesys on iTunes: $14.99

TEDx: Yellowfier's Boris Blank & Hakan Lidbo

TEDx, independently organized TED Talks with less Malaria scares, hosted Yellowfier's Boris Blank & Hakan Lidbo. As with any good TED Talk they talk up a lot of good high-level concepts, but then Boris actually shows off the app to the crowd.

Buy Yellofier on iTunes: $2.99

Miselu C.24 Successfully Funded!

Less than one week after the launch of the Miselu C.24 Kickstarter campaign, it is successfully funded! At the time of this writing there are still 78 units available at the discounted $99 price.

Congratulations, Miselu! I'm excited to see so many iPad musicians supporting this.

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