We’ve written in recent weeks about console music games firm Harmonix’s plans to make an iPhone app called VidRythm, and that it wasn’t a game. Well, not it’s out. It runs on iPhone and iPad, costs £1.49 to download, and is described as “the fun and easy way to make video music”. Which means shooting video using the iPhone or iPad’s camera, choosing from 20 songs in various genres, and mashing everything up together. The app supports MIDI import for more skilled electronic musicians, has Instagram-style ‘video styles’ to make the footage look different, and social features to share on YouTube and Facebook. An intriguing app that’s well worth a look. Link

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