But not cheap at $225!. Via Matrixsynth.
Concretedog with his picture in a stone circle. He’ll be getting a copy of Handmade Electronic Music: The Art of Hardware Hacking which is a great book on circuit bending and electronic music making.
Name 2 of the new features added to Electrify in the last update to the app.
Email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org by 6pm GMT tomorrow 17th June.
Please remember that promo codes are only available in the US version of the iTunes store.
I’ve been playing with Electrify for a couple of weeks now and the more I play with it the more I get into it. Apart from being a very flexible and tweakable groove box it has an interface that I’ve enjoyed getting into a lot and one that is different from many other sequencers in the iPhone / iPad music category.
As I’ve been using Electrify it strikes me more and more that this would be a great app to use live as it is so versatile. The fact that every step in the sequencer has so many editable parameters gives you enormous control over your sound. Sometimes an application that gives you that much control can end up by presenting you with an interface that is over complex but the interface in Electrify is simple and straightforward and required very little time to get up to speed with.
Since the first few iPad music creation apps arrived on the app store we’ve seen a distinct price differential between iPad and iPhone, but Electrify certainly justifies the $14.99 price tag and keeps getting updates too.
If you haven’t seen this app so far then take a look and seriously consider it as I’ve found it not only great fun to play with but also a very useful addition to my iPad’s music apps where it will stay on page 1 for the foreseeable future.
Looks like quite a clever little stand, but not sure how much it’ll enhance the sound from your iPad. Via Make.