i still think it should be called iphonome
saw that earlier....i still love the little hot air balloon.
functionality looked fun.
seems like a nice little musical time killer
hey hey hey, thanks for posting this. you rock. yes indeedy this is a project that i worked on with jonbro and a designer named mike greer. i'm really glad you liked it. it is free for the moment like you thought. if anyone has any thoughts/suggestions/ideas, please pass them along!
That's okay, thanks to yourself and jonbro for making it (I'd be all over it if I had an iPhone).
I would love to see about getting this ported over to Android. Is this all in Cocoa?
hehe yeah you're not the first to ask that lowlifi. iphone apps are written in objective C and cocoa touch. jonbro used OpenFrameworks to code Mujik, with really great results.
annoyingly, as far as I know openframeworks isn't really working on android. so that's a challenge for us. but we're definitely up for getting it going on android anyway. we'll see!
Pretty frikkin awesome. *High five* Makes me want an iphone.
I noticed some clicks between some of the sample slices, which is usable sound, but you might not want it all of the time.
Of course, slight fades on the slices not played in their original order would take these clicks away.
If only some maker would build a midi-synced stand-alone phrase sampler that would slice/sequence on the fly like this (KP3 doesn't stay in sync). . . and possibly do its own random sequencing when you're tweaking other machines. . .