Ninja Jamm for iOS released today!
Instantly remix music from the Ninja Tune label and share it to SoundCloud with the free Ninja Jamm app for iOS, released today! With aspects of DJing, remixing and producing, the app lets anyone experience the enjoyment of playing with electronic music.
Download the app
, and share your sounds to SoundCloud with the tag here . Get started with a free sample pack that lets you remix some classic Coldcut, and check out the Ninja Jamm sounds that have been shared already #ninjajamm . here
For more information visit
, and be sure to follow ninjajamm.com . Ninja Tune on SoundCloud
Check out this vox pop from
Erol Alkan recorded live at the Phantasy Sound Boat Party at Hideout Festival last weekend!
Phantasy recorded a whole host of interviews from the boat party using the SoundCloud iPhone App, you can listen to them all here. Want to create your own audio content with artists at festivals and events? Have a read through this first!
Last week we told you about a
Kickstarter project looking to bring to the iPhone and iPad. You Are Listening To Los Angeles
The site currently combines radio scanner in cities like NYC or LA with ambient sounds injected through the SoundCloud API, and the site’s creator,
Eric Eberhardt, is looking for funding to help put it directly into your hands.
We’re big fans of the project here at the ‘Cloud, and would love to see it realised! There’s a week left of the funding drive, so if you’d like to have the sounds of your city in your pocket (or large iPad sized pocked),
head to the project page and help Eric out!
Good news if you want to use Gmail, Google Docs or Calendar in offline mode. Gmail starts today, the rest are coming this week. It looks like Apple could soon detect problems with your iPhone over the air. The US Department of Justice is stepping in with the AT&T/T-Mobile merger.
Reblogged 1 year ago from thenextweb
Welcome to a new world rec(order).
The web today makes it really easy for us to share our experiences with the people we care about. Status messages on Twitter and Facebook, videos on YouTube or photos on Flickr, capturing a moment and sharing it with our friends, fans or family gives that moment a special meaning.
Imagine you’re in the subway and all of a sudden a group of strangers starts singing - what’s known as a flashmob is happening right in front of your eyes (and ears). Or imagine you’re on tour with your band and have a super-funny story or acoustic demo of a brand-new song to share with your followers and fans. How awesome would it be if you could capture this moment on the move and instantly share your recording with your people? We think that would be pretty awesome…
Today, we’re excited about
the release of the The Record button will make it easy for you to capture all kinds of sounds right on SoundCloud & with the iPhone app and share them from anywhere to everywhere on the web: your website, social network profiles or simply between friends & family. recording feature.
Read the full
blog post about the announcement and the update of our free iPhone app.
AmpKit lets you record guitar sounds & effects on your iPhone. It’s available in a free and paid version in the app store now and the kicker: it lets you share your creations directly to your SoundCloud account. We love that.
For a full run-down of the features,
check this Palm Sounds post.
SoundGrid now lets you export to SoundCloud: SoundGrid aims to be the most advanced matrix sequencer for iPhone / iPod Touch to create stunning audio-visual performances in a moment and wherever you are. It was inspired by famous
Yamaha Tenori-On and popular ToneMatrix webapp by André Michelle.
I have a feeling this could be something for you,
SoundCloud iPhone Music Visualiser
Another great hack created during
Musichackday in London was the iPhone Music Visualiser by Matt Biddulph and George J Cook. It’s a pretty cool music visualizer for the iPhone that let’s you browse tracks on SoundCloud (using our API) and then launch a custom visualiser for a track of your choosing on your iPhone. The visualiser is actually sending the track over to Echonest, a great audio analysis web service, and uses that data to drive the cocos2d-based visualisation. Check out the video to the right to see it in action! Note for example how the particle systems grow bigger once the track loudness goes up. The project is open-source so feel free to go and fork it for your own needs.