IR-909 : Roland TR-909 wannabe for the iPhone

August 6, 2008 | 2 Comments

Photo courtesy of Create Digital Music

August 6th, 2008 – For the princely sum of $4.99 at the Apple App Store, you can get your very own Roland TR-909 clone on your iPhone, the IR-909. You can’t save anything, import or export audio, and it’s allegedly difficult to change the tempo. Sounds useful, no? Do you think software like the IR-909 and the Korg DS-10, are useful tools or just cool toys?

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  1. smeeta says: August 6, 2008

    Whoah… you’re already getting spammed!!!
    What a milestone ;) lol

    I’m leaning toward the cool toy camp… they should have at least made it so you can save and playback… otherwise… what’s the point? So you can sit at your desk and make a little jig to entertain your cubicle mates? :P

  2. Sean says: August 6, 2008

    Hahah, damn blog trolls. If I put anything about iPhones or Macbooks in, I get a troll indexing this site. If you click the link, it actually doesn’t even have the correct “writer” listed. They just make one up.

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