Last year, we wrote about Swiss electronica band Yello’s launch of a Yellofier music-making app for iOS (Bulletin, 2-Apr-13). Now there’s a brand new version called Yellofier Electrified, which was released this weekend. It’s a similar idea: “Record your voice, a musical instrument or an everyday sound. Within minutes the Electrified app helps you build a song in a few simple stages,” explains its App Store listing. Except this time round, alongside the samples from Yello’s Boris Blank, there are sounds to play with from a host of other musicians: “Carl Craig, Henrik Schwarz, The Orb, Trentemøller, Booka Shade, Orbital, The The, Thomas Fehlmann, Charles Webster, Håkan Lidbo and more…” And the app also plays nicely with other iOS music apps, using the Audiobus standard to squirt sounds and songs back and forth. It’s a £1.49 download, with no in-app purchases.

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