Late last year I entered the StompBox competition with this video entry. Today I discovered I’d won the competition thanks to this handy tweet by the team at 4PocketsAudio. Yay me! I am very keen to get my hands on the Aurora Sound Studio HD app and the iRig HD interface by IK Multimedia. There are other prizes as well and I look forward to working out what I’ll do with those! … Yay! I’ve had a win!
The 4PocketsAudio StompBox competition has entered its final days. If you haven’t entered yet, make sure you do so now. There are some awesome prizes on offer and the competition is now even easier to enter. … Final days for the 4PocketsAudio StompBox competition
When I got my hands on an iPad, one of the first apps I wanted to try out was StompBox by 4Pockets Audio. I’d seen it in iTunes when I was using the iPhone and admired the way the screenshots replicate the design style I was used to in the PC based VST plugins I had been using (which are often based on the racks and pedalboards of the real world). I was hoping that user interface (UI) would translate into an easy to use application. I wasn’t wrong.
As luck would have it, 4Pockets Audio also made a multitrack recorder—Meteor Multi Track Recorder—which had UI similarities to the PC based DAWs I’d become somewhat familiar with over the last few years. That made this combination seem like a perfect match. Again, I wasn’t wrong.
Surely this couldn’t last. … StompBox into Meteor Multi Track Recorder