goldenanalog wrote:- and just to throw this in in the mix as well: the iPad (and to an extent: the iPhone) have now got some legitimately interesting audio apps - some which do not have direct counterparts on the Mac/PC (Moog comes to mind) -
What would you like to see happen in Apple's tablet/phone world this year?
I'm always especially interested to see what the great Mr. Wolfgang Palm is working on -
Yep....i think to buy me an iPad again just for the nice music apps there.
The more i read about the coming Beepstreet modular drum + sequencer i think it will be another great tool which will be iOS only.
Zeeon is another iOS only tool i would want as AU plug-in.
While we at it.....i really would like to see U-he drum synth thingie they once showed.
Sadly there is so much talk about things which might come and some independent developers just deliver things on iOS for a few bucks.
I mean i still don´t like much about iOS and the hardware but some of these apps are far ahead of the 100 version of the same we see on desktops.
And yes, the Minimoog app is another example. By far the best sounding Minimoog for me.....just available on a mobile device.
Then there are things like LayR which are great too and i like it even more than Falcon etc.
I might buy more iOS synths in the future than for mac since there isn´t now much new anymore and for the rest i feel saturated.
Logic and Kontakt for iPad and P900...then i could go without a mac maybe