0 comments on “Halcyon released”

Halcyon released

This is an interesting music app / game from Zach Gage maker of the excellent SynthPond and Sonic Wire Sculptor.


“A Generative Musical Instrument – Halcyon features a complete generative soundtrack that becomes an instrument when you play the game. Since its designed to accompany you while you play, you’ll create tranquil sonic landscapes as you travel along. Gameplay is one part spacial action puzzler and one part interactive stringed instrument combined in an experience designed specifically for the iPad. Colored currents travel inexorably toward each other. Strum the strings to match the currents, creating both phonic and visual harmony.” – zach gage

Interested? Take a look at Halcyon priced at $3.99.

Halcyon - Zach Gage

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6 comments on “Akai Lpk25 with iPad and Yonac Mini Synth Pro!”

Akai Lpk25 with iPad and Yonac Mini Synth Pro!

Well, looks like I need to get myself a Camera Connection Kit! Nice video Hank!

miniSynth PRO - Yonac

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0 comments on “Tenori on gets AIR PLAY!”

Tenori on gets AIR PLAY!

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0 comments on “iPad AURORA HD – Update Video Out! and Multitouch – Demo and Review”

iPad AURORA HD – Update Video Out! and Multitouch – Demo and Review

The last update was a little while ago, but this video gives a good show of the video out.

Aurora Sound Studio HD - 4Pockets.com

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1 comment on “Play and edit Shruthi-1 with iPad”

Play and edit Shruthi-1 with iPad

How cool is that! More at Mutable Instruments forum.

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0 comments on “MIDI Touch for iPad arrives”

MIDI Touch for iPad arrives

MIDI Touch is the ultimate MIDI controller – it allows you to create your own custom controllers by placing knobs, sliders and other controls onto the screen wherever you want.

Send MIDI over Wi-Fi with latency as low as 2-5ms, and now with iOS 4.2 you can connect compatible MIDI hardware devices directly to iPad for near-zero latency using the Camera Connection Kit.

Features:

  • Design & save your own MIDI controllers by dragging and dropping sliders, buttons and more where you want them to create personalised control surfaces
  • Native MIDI Device support – connect compatible devices via the Camera Connection Kit and your iPad becomes a proper MIDI control surface with almost zero latency
  • Excellent performance – measured latency over WiFi to a Mac: 2-5ms, over Camera Connection Kit: 1-2ms
  • Send messages over Wi-Fi with easy setup (Windows: requires the free software driver rtpMIDI (http://www.tobias-erichsen.de/rtpMIDI_configuration.html), alternatively use DSMI Server for Mac, Windows or Linux, also free)
  • Several different control types – Add sliders, knobs, buttons (momentary or latched), drum-pads, X-Y controllers, transport controls and preset-jump buttons
  • Easily change the settings of each control – CC number, note number, minimum & maximum range, size & label
  • Standard & neon control themes to skin controls
  • Multi touch – control multiple knobs/sliders etc at once
  • In-app brightness control allows dimming of the screen to very low levels for performance
  • Full screen mode to reduce distractions
  • Controls snap to each other to help create aligned layouts
  • More to come!

But it isn’t cheap at $17.99

MIDI Touch - Domestic Cat

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2 comments on “Is there an app for processing”

Is there an app for processing

I’m expecting the answer ‘No, of course not, why would Apple allow you to do something like that on an iDevice!’, but I thought I’d ask anyway.

I’m just after any kind of app that can be used for writing / editing processing sketches on the go. I’ve had a brief look around the app store and have of course found nothing, so I thought I find out if anyone has any good suggestions.

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4 comments on “MIDI Monitor for iPad (free)”

MIDI Monitor for iPad (free)

Test & monitor MIDI hardware with iOSMidi.com’s MIDI Monitor.

Did you know the iPad now supports MIDI hardware interfaces via the Camera Connection Kit? Simply plug in a compatible MIDI device with a power supply and send and receive messages using your iPad & MIDI Monitor.

Featuring:

  • Simple operation – simply plug in your MIDI Device via the Camera Connection Kit and start testing – all messages received display on the log.
  • Test your MIDI Devices to see if they are compatible with iPad
  • Test MIDI Out with your iPad – thanks to the built in controls & keyboard you can send MIDI messages from your iPad to your connected MIDI Device.
  • Use MIDI Monitor as a basic controller
  • Controls update to reflect MIDI Messages received
  • Handy for device diagnosis

MIDI Monitor - Domestic Cat

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0 comments on “Foomon”

Foomon

I like finding strange apps. Here’s one that fits in that category without a doubt.

A WebBrowser that shows a musical score, when you click a link to SMF(Standard MIDI File). Using iAd. Musical score can be printable via AirPrint.

This requires internet connection and works on iOS4.2. 


Foomon is free.



Foomon - yonemura

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0 comments on “Sonorasaurus Rex updated to 2.2”

Sonorasaurus Rex updated to 2.2

Rex moves up to 2.2 and now plays songs from your iPod Library.

Sonorasaurus Rex - Pajamahouse Studios

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