Whilst there’s been so much emphasis on the iPhone of late, I thought it would be worthwhile thinking about what’s coming up for SunVox in the not so distant future (hopefully). Here’s the current list of SunVox features we’re waiting for. It’ll be very impressive to see these come about all in one go.
* new module: delay
* new module: reverb
* new module: FM
* new module: LFO
* zoom in pattern editor
* parallel synth playing
* OSX port
* switch instruments / sampler etc by using the hardware buttons
* live mode (DJ mode)
* XM import
* more standart trackers effects
* MIDI export (or MusicXML)
* keymap.ini file that would allow users to customise the mapping of keys to Sunvox features
* sample editor
PaklSound is a very simple little sequencer, and really a proof of concept application. Here’s what app store says:
PaklSound1 is a simple, multilayer step sequencer. Have a few free minutes or want to try out a music idea? Make up a tune by touching dots in musical patterns — they are played back as a bar sweeps across the screen. Features: – quickly lay down tunes and rhythms – change the tunes and rhythms in real time – use multiple layers (e.g., melody and drums) – increase/decrease playback speed Future versions will add more sounds, layers and other features. Note: Please send feature requests and feedback directly to the developer at the support site listed below.
At the last update MilkyTracker ported to a number of new platforms, including OSX. Will they port to iPhone?
It would be a good addition to iPhone music apps.
Ages ago (2006) I remember being very pleased to find out that SychroPoolpX still worked on an Intel Mac.
Well, once again I am pleased as it turns out that SynchroPoolpX works with Mac OSX Leopard.