Dingsaller 1.2 arrives with these new features:
- MIDI Channel Filter
- MIDI Output
- NoteToControl Node
Lots of people have been talking about this app and how cool it is, and as it is free I thought I’d let you know.
Concretedog has a new track and it is in the Palm Sounds SoundCloud group. He writes about it here.
It is coming …
You know you’ve got a great bit of software in front of you when you keeping finding things and thinking ‘wow, that’s really useful’, and ‘I didn’t know they’d put that feature in’.
Well that’s how I feel about DrumTrackHD. I’ve always like the iPhone/Touch version of the app and I was really pleased when the iPad version came out. The interface is very similar so the learning curve from one app to the other is quite short.
However there’s plenty of features in the new HD version of this excellent drum machine. I’ve really enjoyed the additional screen space with the iPad version. It’s made a big difference to workflow within this app.
One of the great things about DrumTrackHD is the level of control over each step in your pattern. Each step has individual volume, pan, pitch control and gives you just want to for you patterns especially with up to 16 tracks in the pattern too.
All of the export options that were there in the original, which makes it an easy addition to your existing workflow.
I also like the new FX in the app. Overall this is a great drum machine for the iPad and I hope that it will continue to get better and better.
Overall I like this app because it is simple to use with plenty of options to configure it
DrumtrackHD is priced at $9.99
A new noise maker for iOS. Thanks to Piet for sending me an email about this app. Here’s the details:
Noise Boxx is just what the name says: it’s a box which makes noise. But it makes very cool noises, and you are in complete control!
For the audio-techies among you: Noise Boxx is a Low Frequency Oscillator (LFO), which can be linked to a Voltage Controller Oscillator (VCO) and a noise generator.
For the not-so-audio-techies: Noise Boxx is an app with a virtual keyboard and five dials, which you can combine to make the most awesome of noises!
Just fiddle with the rate and intensity of the LFO, change the VCO’s pitch to something absurdly high and observe the reaction of people and animals around you.
But don’t just be annoying! Noise Boxx can also be used as a real instrument. Consider it a synthesizer without the piano lessons! Just listen to a beat or song and play along on your Noise Boxx!
A few rumours cropping up about a demo of iOS5 on the 2nd of March at Apple’s event. I wonder what they’ve got in store. What’s on your wishlist for iOS5 then?
Really nice use of a group of apps and all finished off in MultiTrack DAW. Nice one Miki.