Nice sound from NanoStudio, and a great looking home studio too.
I know that there was a lot of less than positive comments when studio.HD was released, but SoundTrends addressing the issues that have been raised, and are improving the app all the time. I’m sure that this update is just the start.
Now includes the Loop Store, where you can download more loops for free and for purchase.
I was playing with StompBox this afternoon on my iPad with an iRig as an audio interface.
So far I’m really enjoying it. I had a quick flick through all the presets which were fine, and then started tinkering in earnest.
Adding and removing effects from the rack is really easy and getting each unit to work is fine. All the controls are intuitive and there’s nothing in the way the interface is set out that will give any guitarist any cause for concern.
I’ve really enjoyed the 4 track recorder as well, lots of fun with that so far, and hopefully it is a clue that MeTeoR might be on the way soon too!
Anyway, more on StompBox when I’ve had more of a chance to play around with it.
According to this tweet:
Next #Mixtikl update enables file sharing via iTunes and export of Mixtikl recordings to the clipboard as audio data!
Strange looking app for a Sunday, but it is free so maybe worth a try. I’d give you the description, but it really didn’t tell me anything.
A very interesting new app for the iPhone / Touch. Here’s the description:
Introducing AirJ, the amazing app that turns your iDevice into the ultimate gestural midi controller for music, video and more. AirJ enables you to play instruments, mix decks, control effects and much more in realtime with your own gestures and movements. AirJ captures and converts motion detected on iPhones and iPod touches into midi, and communicates with your computer over wifi. Use your movements to control a wide range of midi-compatible software including Logic, Mainstage, Garageband, Ableton Live, Traktor and much more.
AirJ converts motion into midi natively, so all you need to do is run the application on a device connected to the same wifi network as your computer, and select network midi as a controller in your application’s preferences.
You can run AirJ on multiple devices simultaneously, and not only does AirJ send midi, it can respond to midi messages from computers or other AirJ devices on the network.
AirJ comes with a selection of default templates to work with your favourite software, and you can create and customise your own gestures, macros and sets. A deeply configurable controller interface means you can create whole new ways to interact with your tracks, instruments and mixes, and creates a whole new range of possibilities.
AirJ demos and tutorials are coming soon to AirJ.co plus a whole range of tips and tricks to get you up and AirJ-ing in no time. Don’t just DJ. AirJ.
The App is priced at $14.99