I only went back to this app as I’d seen a photo of the screen on instagram! Ok, not a great reason to return to an app, but nevertheless I did, and I’m glad I did too. Very nice for making ambient things and passing the time on the train.
So I decided to go back to it yesterday and see if I could make something and actually finish it this time, and apart from being quite surprised that I could still remember my way around on the whole I got something started which I’m really quite pleased with. It isn’t finished as yet, maybe I’ll wrap it up next week, but so far I think it’s pretty good.
And even though this app’s been around in iOS world for quite some time I still think it is pretty amazing and full of possibilities.
Another work in progress piece. I find it interesting that different music apps make you work in different ways and inspire different musical styles. I really should try doing something radically different with Nanoloop. Perhaps with the next track.
The people over at Music 4.5 are lovely. When I first spoke to Rassami about a mobile music conference last year I was just amazed to think that someone would be interested in that kind of thing, but now, less that twelve months on, it doesn’t seem so strange.
I’m looking forward to the event on the 8th. The panel of speakers looks really good (yep, I’m on it too), and I think there’ll be a broad spectrum of issues raised to cover the mobile music world and where it has got to.
If you’re interested in reading my piece over at Music 4.5’s blog, you can find it here.
I’ve been lurking around openprocessing of late, using it to find useful processing code to serve as a starting point for some of my own experiments. If you don’t know openprocessing, it’s a great place for inspiration and to see what other people have made using processing. You can find it here.