My video appeared on Evolver.fm

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My video appeared on Evolver.fm

Postby inrock » Fri Dec 17, 2010 2:19 pm

With ThumbJam....

http://evolver.fm/2010/12/16/iphone-recording-audio-copy-paste-recording-studio/

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Hi Inrock, Nice to see your

Postby mat » Sun Dec 19, 2010 4:13 am

Hi Inrock,

Nice to see your video (again) used and commented the good way, world fame is coming...

In the comment on Evolver the guy says 'teenager' (didn't remember you were that young), plus I thought you were not the one singing in the video, am I wrong?

BTW, I've always liked the thing you've shared and the instructive and smart use you make of apps, notably Thumbjam (I don't forget you are the person who taught me the auto arpeggio trick). It's been quite a long time I haven't seen a NEW production from you though, are you working on something these days?

Cheers

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Hi Mat, Thanks for your

Postby inrock » Sun Dec 19, 2010 8:21 am

Hi Mat,

Thanks for your attention.

I laughed at seeing the word 'teenager' too. :)
You are right, Mat. I am not teenager and the singer is my tweeter friend.

Recently, I made some videos about other apps.(not ThumbJam)
But the best app in the world to me is always ThumbJam.

If you are interested,.. visit my YouTube channel.

http://www.youtube.com/user/InrockK?feature=mhum

Merry Christmas and happy new year, Mat.

Cheers

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Hi Inrock, I'm just doing the

Postby mat » Mon Dec 20, 2010 4:40 am

Hi Inrock,

I'm just doing the same (except for making videos or posting anything...). I'm working a lot with Ampkit now that it has audio copy/paste (and using it to reamp Thumbjam parts is great), but the basis, composition, drafting of parts I'm playing with real world instruments (my guitars and bass), and a lot of other things are strictly done in Thumbjam which remains my favorite and constantly used app. The workflow, quality of sounds, expressiveness, and orchestration capacity is just unique and still blows my mind every time I use it (not mentioning the Midi over Wifi I'm using a lot...).

I'm a little overwhelmed by my day job these days but I'll make sure to check your YouTube channel.

Merry Christmas and a happy new year to you and your relatives too!

Cheers

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Would you mind if I see your

Postby inrock » Mon Dec 20, 2010 5:02 am

Would you mind if I see your videos?
Let me know your YouTube ID or blog url or something like that.. :)

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No, sorry, my bad English

Postby mat » Mon Dec 20, 2010 5:58 am

No, sorry, my bad English again... I DON'T make any video, I just keep my poor tunes to myself... Reworking them again and again, at a very slow pace... Too shy to share too!

Seems like I'm just a lurker... Don't have any blog or YouTube channel or anything...

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Sorry. Forgive my poor

Postby inrock » Mon Dec 20, 2010 10:31 am

Sorry. Forgive my poor English.
Anyway, I think you like making music than anyone.
You are not lurker, I saw your reply about ThumbJam at PalmSounds blog.
I hate ZERG in StarCraft. :)

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Thanks, I appreciate the

Postby mat » Tue Dec 21, 2010 4:48 pm

Thanks, I appreciate the comment. But words are not music, right? I really like to read Palm Sounds and to support Thumbjam whenever I can though...

I didn't get the starcraft reference BTW...

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