Play!Piano - Play it today! Piano I present to you:
-Allows you to play the piano, with your PSP but it is only a BETA version and is not regarded as the final version
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The PSP Rhythm Development Team has released a new version of the PSP Rhythm homebrew audio sequencing app. Basically, this app functions as a mixer. You take some samples, arrange them however you want, add in a few audio effects and voila! You've got yourself a song
Hey guys! I got this idea from an iTouch app I saw, thought it was great so I made this. It only took me like 5, 10 minutes to make so its a bit rough around the edges (hence beta release) but I hope you'll bear it until next release
Program Source for Audio Mechanica Program Source for Audio Mechanica
A few weeks ago, Art has unveiled the latest version of his newest conquest, the Audio Mechanica V6c. The app was formerly known as the Virtual Tape Recorder and basically what it does is record your voice input through a PSP-compatible microphone (SOCOM headset or Art's Nokia Boom Headset mod)
Over on the NeoFlash Forums, arpaagent has released an alternative mp3 player that PSP users can try out on their handhelds, called the VisMP3 Media Library/Visualizer v0.1.
Here's a list of the features for the application:
* Developed for 3.x kernel (I am using 3
Virtual Tape Recorder Art from our forums has updated his homebrew sound recording application for the PSP today to version 4b
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Date: 23 Feb 13
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