iDrum Video Game Edition: 8-bit iPhone Drum Machine Fun Times

If you’re looking for something fun to fiddle around with this weekend, this could be your ticket: we’re tipped off that iZotope have released a video game-themed expansion for their iPhone-iPod touch drum machine. As Timbaland would surely say, were he asked: T: It’s from a video game, idiot! [laughs] P: [laughs] T: Freaking jerk. (Look that up, if you don’t know what I’m talking about.) Update: VIDEO. Sweet, brilliant video.

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Correction: iDrum Mobile / Desktop Editions Work Together

Readers have complained that we’re doing so much mobile music coverage that it’s hard to wade through it, specifically in regards to the iPhone. I’ll be consolidating that news into a more manageable weekly post. The goal is to make this information more manageable both to those who love mobile music making, and those who don’t. Unfortunately, in my haste to do so, I got something wrong, and I think it deserves a separate correction. Update: The iDrum mobile app available today will indeed allow you to use your own samples and exchange files with your desktop computer. The original …

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iPhone News: iDrum, BtBx In; Mixtikl Out Citing Apple Rules

Some good news, some bad news for iPhone/iPod Touch owners. (For everyone who doesn’t care, we’ll be consolidating iPhone news from here on out so you can safely ignore it.) Good news: iZotope’s mobile version of iDrum is here (seen above). It’s a nifty $5 toy, though some restrictions, including the lack of audio export, may keep it from being more than that.I Correction: you can exchange both samples and project files with the desktop iDrum, and use ringtone bounce (including, apparently, on iPod touch) to export audio. That could make this very useful as a mobile addition to your …

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