Features for next versions

VividTracker has now been on App Store for about a week and I have received some feedback already. Here is a list of what people have been asking about so far: Bluetooth keyboard support. Support for folders in the file browser. Support for File Sharing with iTunes. User option to change position of + – buttons. Bluetooth keyboard support is something many users have asked for. Unfortunately, it has never been easy to read the keyboard in iOS, but it seems to be a bit easier in iOS7. For instance, prior to iOS7, it was impossible to access modifier keys (Command, Control, etc) without...

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Taking samples from YouTube

Two apps that I like very much are ProTuber and AudioShare. ProTuber allows me to download YouTube videos and store them locally. Then you can export the audio as a wav-file to AudioShare. In AudioShare, you can cut out the parts you are interested in and then use AudioCopy to paste them into VividTracker. We get the following workflow: YouTube -> ProTuber -> AudioShare -> VividTracker All this on your iPhone! 🙂

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What kind of tutorials would you like to see?

I made a few video tutorials already, showing you how to use AudioCopy, Audiobus and AutoChord. If you haven’t seen them yet, then take a look at my YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/vividtracker Do you have any suggestions of tutorials you would like to see next, or is everything crystal clear now? 🙂

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Finally on App Store!

VividTracker is finally available on App Store. I’m of course very excited about it. It takes a little while for it to propagate to all the stores but it shouldn’t take long. The price is only $2.99.

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Pure Amiga-tracker

Let’s start with describing what VividTracker is not: VividTracker is not an xm-tracker, nor is it an s3m-tracker. It is a pure Amiga mod tracker. My main goal was to make a really good Amiga tracker, but I was also looking at xm-support for a while. After some while, I decided to skip xm-support because I would otherwise have to compromise between xm- and mod-support in the user interface. For instance, in Milkytracker you have to be aware of that C-3 to C-5 maps to Protracker’s C-1 to C-3. I did not want to make such a compromise. The user interface would also need to be more...

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