Sonic Wire Sculptor [iPad, oF] - Soon on the iPad! [Video] The team behind Sonic Wire Sculptor have just provided us with details about their new version of sws for the iPad.
The video below shows Shantell Martin playing with the before unseen beta version of Sonic Wire Sculptor. Great news is that the new version comes with custom sample loading, here Shantell is using some from looperman.com. The team plans to submit the iPad version for approval next tuesday, but as these things go, theres no way to be totally sure (Zach). The sws development team is led by Zach Gage and Amit Pitaru. Other contributors include Zach Lieberman and James Paterson.
Sonic Wire Sculptor about:Sonic Wire Sculptor is based on a musical instrument by Amit Pitaru which has been shown in museums and galleries world wide. Previously: Sonic Wire [iPhone, Sound] Related. McSweeney’s [iPhone, iPad] - Version 2 now available with Dynamic installation by Rafaël Rozendaal (@McSweeneysApp) Publishing house McSweeney’s (wiki) has just released the new version of their iPhone/iPad app bringing you even closer to the diverse selection of stories, short films, interviews, comics and readings available daily, exclusively for the iOS platform.
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