You know all those in-app purchases developers have been adding to their iOS apps lately that unlock features (
Animoog), new sound libraries ( iMaschine) and new instruments ( Tabletop)?
Looks like they are here to stay. App analytics firm Distimo
reports that three-quarters of developers revenue comes from in-app purchases:
In-app purchases (IAP) now generate the majority of the revenue in the app stores. This has been the case for some time now, and it continues to rise.
In-app purchases generated only 53% of revenue in the Apple App Store for iPhone in January 2012 in the U.S., but generated a record 76% in February 2013 clearly demonstrating the success of this monetization method.
Continue reading today threw its weight behind Apple AudioBus, releasing an update to GarageBand that supports the tool for routing audio between applications.
Here’s what’s new in Garageband for iOS 1.4:
Play and record music apps supported by Audiobus directly into GarageBand Turn off grid snapping to get finer control over region and note editing Fixes an issue that resulted in feedback while connecting 3rd-party audio accessories into the headphone/microphone jack
Continue reading Multiple blogs have speculated in the last day that 2012 may see the demise of Logic Pro: Bobby Owsinski writes “word has leaked out of Apple Europe (where Logic development is based) that the company has let go virtually its entire Logic team.” At MacWorld, Karen Haslam says “There may be no future for Apple’s pro audio application Logic if reports that the company has ‘decimated’ its Pro Audio applications team turn out to be true..” “There may be no future for Apple’s pro audio application Logic,” according to Computerworld, “if reports that the company has ‘decimated’ its Pro Audio applications team turn out to be true.”
Yes – and the Mayans may have predicted the demise of Logic Pro in 2012 – if it turns out that Apple actually kills off Logic Pro this year, based on a lost Mayan prophecy.
Continue reading Developer Constantin Aliferis has released two free sound libraries for Sunrizer synth for the iPad: CFA Vintage Electronica Virtual Analogue provides vintage electronic sound patches. CFA Ambient & Sound Design provides evolving and ambient sounds as well as arpeggios.
To get the libraries:
In Sunrizer, Open the patch library & select ?Banks?; Select ?Web Library? and click on the bank names
Sunrizer is available in the App Store for $4.99. Details are available at the
via Constantin Aliferis
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Apple made a variety of introductions at an event at the California Theater in San Jose, Calif.
As part of those introductions, Apple
introduced the 4th generation of the iPad and introduced a new iPad Mini.
Here are the key points:
Continue reading Today Apple made a variety of introductions at an event at the California Theater in San Jose, Calif. The MacBook Pro 13″ with Retina Display Mac Mini updates; and A new i Mac family.
Here are the key points on each introduction: