Nonny Moose

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Joined: Monday, October 10, 2016
Last Seen: Thursday, August 17, 2017
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Maybe trying to steal back some thunder from Elastic (whose above-and-beyond feature set should make all devs try harder!)
LOL. There's a time and a place for every sound, but I still think heavily sidechained synths are the roto-toms of our age (in that future generations will hear it as a dated sound specific to a past era.)
Drum Pads 24 Update
Monday, August 14, 2017 by person Nonny Moose
I'm curious about implementation of the AC/P, Audiobus, IAA, etc. SDKs; if someone spends time updating their music app why wouldn't they add any of these protocols to oh, I dunno... make the app useful to actual musicians? Or am I missing something? (the IAPs for 'coins' probably answer my question orthogonally but still...)
PPG Infinite by Wolfgang Palm
Wednesday, August 09, 2017 by person Nonny Moose
Video not found... ?
Goose EQ Update
Monday, August 07, 2017 by person Nonny Moose
Confused: says it's free but there's an IAP for "yearly rental" ($3.99). So... is it free or expireware?
PPG Infinite Preview
Tuesday, August 01, 2017 by person Nonny Moose
WIsh they'd update PPG MiniMapper. It still works, but the UI has needed an overhaul for ages.
Pulse Giveaway Contest!
Wednesday, July 12, 2017 by person Nonny Moose
Tuesday, July 11, 2017 by person Nonny Moose
If you're confused about getting this thing running, the menus on either side scroll up/down and the one on the right has the play button at the bottom. Not sure if that's the best place for transport controls but... I do like this app a lot.
Just a reminder though that BM straight ripped off their MIDI editor from another developer (Blip Interactive) if you care at all.

And though I've lately drifted away from Nanostudio, it is still the best in terms of workflow and feature set imho. Multitrack Studio is great - but the traditional DAW layout approach doesn't translate to iPhone screen real estate so well, and I'm using a 7+.


Nanostudio 2 is supposed to be right around the corner...
Kind of curious about this one. I'm really liking ReSlice, but perhaps this fits a unique role in the workflow somehow.

Anyone have any experience with it?
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