Dingsaller is a workspace for creating algorithmic compositions on the iPad. Patch together a complex graph of music generating nodes, synths, and effects and Control them with a touch.
- Synths and Sampler Instruments
- Digital Effects
- Pattern Sequencer
- Random Note Generators
- Touch and Tilt Controllers
It looks and sounds really good.
I’d like to give this a try for a couple of weeks to see how it goes. The new forum is here. I’ve also put a button up for it too.
I’ve gone with vanilla as it is embeddable, so you won’t need to go off to another site to use it, and it can be used mobile too, which is a big thing as far as I’m concerned.
Let’s give it a go for a couple of weeks and see if it works out for everyone.
I was playing thicket again just yesterday. I’m always impressed at this app and easy it is to make something with it. Although in many ways it isn’t an app about making music. By that I mean it is more about experiencing sound and visuals rather than creating something permanent. I think that a lot of mobile apps that don’t follow the desktop idea or aren’t synths recorders etc fall into this category. I like that.
I like the idea that the whole thing is just about the experience while you’re using it.
I do love this little drum app. Not only does it make great little patterns very easily but it is fully integratable into your workflow via pasteboard.
I’ve been using it to start to pull together some tracks for use in Looptastic Producer / HD for what I hope will be a live set at some point.
If you don’t know this app and like little drum synths it is worth checking out.
A nice update for Equalizer. Now you can edit directly without sliders which looks really cool, and you can edit channels independently.
I haven’t looked at this app, or rather apps for a while now, so when I saw thing update I was impressed with the new look. Both the iPad and iPhone/Touch versions look much more like recording apps now.
Also both apps now properly import .WAV files which is good.