ThinkDB2.5 is a very old piece of software. I think I’d lost my registration for this old Palm OS app, but I managed to find away around that. Even though this is an old app that doesn’t mean it isn’t any use, in fact, quite the contrary. As a little database app for Palm OS it is very functional indeed. To the extent that it even has a plug in architecture, although I haven’t quite remembered how to get that going as yet.
I’m slowly remembering why the Palm was such a great platform. Who knows, I might even go back to it!
New material from Dali’s Car is being released on the 20th of February. I’m really looking forward to the release, especially as it was the last music made by Mick Karn. So I’ve ordered my copy already.
Seems like there’ll be lots of new music this month.
It’s due out this Sunday and I just know it’ll be amazing. I’ve heard snippets and they’re great. If you don’t know Concretedog’s material, his music and hand made instruments you should take a look at his blog.
You won’t be disappointed.
After PixiTracker I started to play with Alex’s PixelWave and SpectrumGen, which are great for making sounds like the music from the Forbidden Planet, and why wouldn’t you want to do that?
Curtis is a great music making app for getting sounds going granular. I was using it at the station the other day and enjoying the sounds from announcers.
This app never really worked as intended. I should’ve finished it off really, but I didn’t and I’m not sure that it will get finished now. We’ll see.
I think there was also a video I made of this ages ago, I’ll see if I can find it and share it.