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Music Memos App

Apple have introduced Music Memos, an App that lets you capture your song ideas. Basically what the app allows you to do is record high-quality, uncompressed audio through the built-in mic in your iPhone, a simple, clean way to keep track of your song ideas whenever inspiration strikes. Record acoustic guitar, piano, voice, or any musical instrument, the app then automatically analyzes the basic arrangement and suggests chords you played for each track. You can even hear how your music sounds with a realistic virtual drummer and bass player jamming along. Name, tag and rate your ideas to start building a library of all your favorite new song parts and riffs. All work can then be bounced to GarageBand or Logic Pro to continue building your song.



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OPENA | IPHONE 5 BOTTLE OPENER CASE | Image

OPENA | IPHONE 5 BOTTLE OPENER CASE

The popular iPhone bottle opener case is now available for iPhone 5. The Opena for iPhone 5 is lighter and thinner than the original Opena but still just as awesome. Even the finish has been improved, now matching the new iPhone´s slate anodized finish. Also improved is the sliding mechanism of the bottle opener, ensuring a smoother and effortless operation. You will never go thirsty again! Also available for iPhone 4 at amazon...
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IPHONE 6 CASES | BY GROVEMADE | Image

IPHONE 6 CASES | BY GROVEMADE

Grovemade have presented a handsomely crafted collection of iPhone 6 cases. The attractive cases are made with hand stained natural all-wood, with three models currently available including a premium vegetable-tanned leather cover, an all-wood case, and a minimalist bumper. All three models are available in distinct styles, in either Walnut or Maple....
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SONY XPERIA TOUCH

Sony have presented the Xperia Touch, a portable projector that´ll turn any table into a tablet. It looks like a large, external hard drive, but it’s essentially a device projecting an Android tablet interface onto a wall or table. The Xperia Touch uses SXRD projection display technology, combined with a built-in camera and Infrared light to detect touch in real-time at 60fps. It will turn any flat surface, horizontal or vertical, into a 23-inch to 80-inch 720p touc...
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