An amazing track made on a Kaossilator.
I was playing around with GyroSynth for iPhone 4 yesterday and was really impressed by how expressive it is.
I think it could be really useful for live work.
If you’ve not checked out GyroSynth you really should, it is only £1.19 ($1.99).
Frontier Design updates iShred and Guitar:
- New Music Player: play along with iPod or imported songs (via WiFi or AudioCopy/Paste)
- Added higher resolution icons for Retina display devices and the iPad
- Changed “Share Song” feature to support pasting song …URL into social media clients and other apps
A free version of NESynth has arrived on the app store. Here’s what to expect:
Retro game sounds synthesizer! NESynth is a synthesizer that simulated 8 bit sound of video games in the 80’s.
- Old game style opening screen, and easy to start.
- “Real 8bit Sounds” 3 pulse wave forms (duty cycle 1:1 1:3 1:7),virtual triangle wave form,and low-bit noise supporting two modes.
- Game controller mode for geek!
- “Sampling Effects” Laser,Jump,Fire…. 13 pre sampling game effects
- “Vibrato” Slide your finger on a key and get more fun!
- “Sweep” Pitch bending controlled by iPhone’s acceleration sensor in real time.
- “Arpeggator” If you play any piano chord, the keyboard is sequentially pushed at high speed…like a game music.
- “P2P Session” Play it on P2P with your Friend!!
- “8bit Opnening Movie” Music composed by denkitribe.
You are a master of game sounds!
You’ve probably already heard about this, but I thought it was worth marking anyway. Congrats to Jordan for his Morphwiz app winning the best music creation app at the billboard awards.
A little fix for Reactable mobile, which is a lot of fun to play with.
- fix screen resolution for iPod Touch 4G
- fix mute gesture for multiple connections
- fix reading of some 16bits wav files
- minor bugs fixed
Since I posted on iTablaPro a few people have mentioned the price of this app, so I thought I’d clarify this a little.
This app replaces the functality of two dedicated hardware boxes that Indian Classical musicians use – one for tanpura and one for tabla. Both these boxes cost anywhere from $100 – $200 EACH, so many Indian classical musicians are more than happy to pay $25 for an app that lets them replace both boxes plus provides extra functionality such as presets, tap tempo, much better sound and a lot more.
Since this really is a nich app the potential audience is not as big as say for a guitar app (or some other more mainstream app).