Some of you might know that I’ve been looking for a decent animation app for ages now, and I’m hoping that this might just fit the bill.
Via iPad Creative.
A bit late on this one!
More promo codes to give away today. This time for Audio Palette which I only got to try out very recently and really enjoyed playing with it.
Today I’ve got 6 codes to give away. To enter to win one of the codes all you have to do is answer this question. “Name one of the people that provided samples for audio palette’.
Send your answer to email@example.com no later than 4pm GMT 30th December.
Thanks to Shaun for pointing out this new (and free) iPad app. Here’s the description:
iCSound gives you an opportunity to create you own music in a very creative way. You can actually “see” the sound from various musical instruments and pre-composed loops mixed together.
Major upgrades to the Sampler – now you can import any song in your collection into the sampler, and record and play back samples of unlimited length.
Pitch Lock feature for the VCO Pad – allows you to play a chromatic scale using the Filtatron oscillator.
Route audio output to speaker, earpiece or Bluetooth – a new settings panel also allows you to set the sample rate, audio latency and control response rate.
And Moog have got more coming too:
‘We’re committed to expanding the Filtatron’s capabilities,’ said Mike Adams, President of Moog Music. ‘Retina display support and an iPad native version are currently in development and scheduled for release in early 2011.’
This app is free for today so I thought it might be handy to one or two people. Here’s the app’s description:
Most iPhone piano apps are tough to make real music on. With Applichord Mini, anyone with two thumbs can be a piano player!
Inspired by a music teacher’s autoharp, if you know the chords to a song, you can accompany anyone easily.
If you want to play a D major chord, you play the “D” key with one thumb and hit the “maj” button with the other. The chords for most popular songs can be found with a simple google search.
Also great for song writers who want to experiment with new progressions but might not have the knowledge or theory background for playing more complex chords like a Bmin13 or an F#min7b5.