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TabToolKit 1.2 arrives

We got a big update to TabToolkit. Here’s what’s new:

  • Guitar Pro 6 file format: Many TabToolkit customers have requested support for the latest version of Guitar Pro and it has arrived in V1.2! Users can easily import and view GPX files using TabToolkit’s intuitive user interface.
  • Retina Display: As you know, TabToolkit renders beautiful music notation on the fly. In Version 1.2, we’ve updated the rendering engine to support the full resolution of the Retina Display on iPhone 4 and fourth-generation iPod touch. The entire app, especially the crisp, sharp music notation, is now even more readable and gorgeous! (See the iPhone 4 screenshot example below.)
  • Fast app switching: If users leave TabToolkit, they can come back to *exactly* where they were in a particular song/tab — a really helpful feature when practicing songs with TabToolkit.
  • “Open in”: We also took advantage of the iOS 4 “Open in” feature so that iOS 4 users can easily share tab files via email and open tab files directly from the Mail app!
  • In total, over 100 performance and support enhancements in the V1.2 release!

TabToolkit

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4 comments on “EMS Synthi for iPad still on the cards”

EMS Synthi for iPad still on the cards

Chris Carter confirmed that the EMS Synthi is still in development, which is great. The less great news is that it will take a while to see the light of day.
Still, something to look forward to in the (possibly distant) future.

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0 comments on “VSTis + MorphWiz and ExpressionPad on the iPad”

VSTis + MorphWiz and ExpressionPad on the iPad

Via MusicApps.com.br.

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3 comments on “"Searching" – Andy K, Oldskool intelligient Drum and Bass made on the iPhone with Nanostudio”

"Searching" – Andy K, Oldskool intelligient Drum and Bass made on the iPhone with Nanostudio

NanoStudio

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0 comments on “A great idea for a multi-track app”

A great idea for a multi-track app

I know that there are a few Palm Sounds readers who also read my personal blog, but you might want to take a look at this post and the comments in particular.

What a great idea for a multi-track application.

Any devs want to take it up?

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2 comments on “Apple event on the 20th”

Apple event on the 20th

Lots of sites have reported Apple’s event entitled ‘Back to the Mac’ on the 20th. Lots of speculation about new MacBooks and a possible OSX 10.7 ‘Lion’?

I’m hopeful for a new iLife suite complete with iOS compatible versions too. Who knows? Shall we speculate wildly?

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0 comments on “uLoops up to version 2.2”

uLoops up to version 2.2

uLoops for Android has been updated to version 2.2. Here’s what’s new:

  • 57 new synth instruments and 13 new drum sets. Both stereo!
  • Added previews for all the synth instruments. The sounds are downloaded on demand, also you can download them all using Menu > Preferences > Download
  • New piano roll interface: Drag the notes to set or change their length
  • Subscribers now can add up to 24 loops to a song
  • Vibrate and visual countdown while recording
  • New VCF type option in synth
  • New Preferences > Calibrate option, to set the playback latency of your mobile device (previous option name was ‘loop delay’)

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2 comments on “Moog Press Release for Filatron”

Moog Press Release for Filatron

“MOOG MUSIC ANNOUNCES FILTATRON APP FOR IPHONE AND IPOD TOUCH

Real-Time Audio Filter and Effects Engine Brings Signature Moog Sound to Mobile Devices for the First Time

ASHEVILLE, NC – October 12, 2010 – Moog Music today announced Filtatron, a real-time audio effects engine and powerful studio tool coming soon for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The heart of the Filtatron is a finely-modeled Moog Ladder Filter, the same filter that gives Moog instruments their warm, thick character. It musically shapes the sounds supplied by the filtatron’s on-board oscillator, sampler and line/microphone input.

Filtatron is much more than your average sound app. Its Multi-Touch Pads are an intuitive performance interface and provide hands-on control of all major sound-sculpting parameters. There is no stopping your creativity with that much control at your fingertips.

“Filtatron represents the first time that the signature Moog sound is available outside of a high-end, hand-made Moog synthesizer,” said Mike Adams, president of Moog Music. “This powerful app extends the studio capabilities of traditional Moog users, and also provides music enthusiasts and Moog fans a fantastic way to create and share their personalized presets. All for a price that makes the Moog sound accessible to a wide audience.”

Filtatron comes loaded with edgy presets that kick-start your sound explorations, running the gamut from cutting rhythms and ambient drones to out-there effects workouts. Filtatron also comes with an array of loopable samples and you can use the Sampler to record and play your own unique sounds. It contains a feature-packed effects module sporting an incredible sounding Delay, and Amp controls provide tones ranging from warm analog overdrive to extreme distortion.

Filtatron will be available October 18, 2010 for the iPhone and iPod Touch for $4.99.

Key Features:

Moog Ladder Filter – 4 pole resonant Moog Ladder Filter, with Lowpass and Highpass modes and adjustable cutoff and resonance parameters.

Oscillator – a high-resolution, alias-free DSP oscillator with sawtooth and square waveforms, adjustable frequency from 0.3 Hz to 2kHz.

LFO – five waveforms: sine, ramp, sawtooth, square, sample & hold, with crossfade and morph between adjacent LFO shapes.

Envelope Follower – uses the volume envelope of sound inputs to sweep the filter, with controls for amount and speed.

Amp and Delay FX Modules – Amp provides warm, smooth overdrive with feedback control. Delay can be modulated by its own LFO (with rate and depth controls) and delay time is smoothly interpolated for analog-style delay time tweaks.

File Sharing – Easily move audio files back and forth between the Filtatron and your computer. Audio Copy and Audio Paste enables sharing audio between the Filtatron and other compatible apps. Built-in email function allows sharing presets with other Filtatron users.

Record and Playback – All audio processed in stereo, 16bit, 44.1kHz resolution. Filtatron will record samples up to 10MB. Tap and Drag sets start and end points for seamless looping. Playback control can be adjusted from double-speed playback all the way down through zero to double-speed reverse.

Links:
* Filtatron product page: http://www.moogmusic.com/filtatron
* Moog Music website: http://www.moogmusic.com
* Conversations on Twitter: #moog #synth #iphone #filtatron

About Moog Music:

Moog Music and its customers carry on the legacy of Bob Moog, the inventor of the Moog synthesizer. Moog designs and manufactures electronic musical instruments, including Little Phatty® and Minimoog® Voyager® synthesizers, Moogerfooger® effects modules, Etherwave® theremins, Taurus Bass Pedals and The Moog Guitar. Founded by Bob Moog, Moog Music designs and manufactures its products in Asheville, N.C. “

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0 comments on “iPad STEP POLY ARP Preview! Control your synth wirelessly”

iPad STEP POLY ARP Preview! Control your synth wirelessly

StepPolyArp

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0 comments on “Moonbuz on Filatron”

Moonbuz on Filatron

If you haven’t heard already then you should know that Moog are about to release their first (hopefully in a line) of iOS applications.

Via Moonbuz.

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