More workplace pictures, this time from Michael.
When I first heard that there was another app coming from the maker of Jasuto Pro I was very interested. When heard what it was I was intrigued. When I had my first play around with YUMI:synth for the iPad I was hooked.
YUMI:synth is very different from Jasuto so don’t expect to get something like a modular. YUMI is an instrument, and even with only playing with it briefly I think it could be quite a versatile one for performance.
So far my main observation with this app is that the design fits very well for holding and playing this instrument and it seems to have a lot of potential for expression in the sound.
Once I’ve had a more thorough play with it I’ll write some more, but so far I’m impressed.
I hadn’t heard about this hardware adapter for the iPad at all until I saw this post at iOS Musician. The device is supposed to also have an iPhone/Touch dock too.
I wonder if it will run the same SDK as the SynthStation25 or need a new one altogether?
I downloaded this the other day as someone had said that it was a lot like NanoLoop. So I took a look and it is. In fact it is more tracker-esque in many ways. I’ve only played with it a little but it seems to pack quite a few features into a $0.99 app, so if Nanoloop is your thing it could be worth checking out.
I will take a more detailed look soon and write about it some more.
The other day I asked what apps you wished hadn’t been abandoned and there were lots of comments. I thought about it, and decided that I’d put a this list out of all the apps we think have been abandoned and see if any of the developers respond. It is a long shot, and I don’t expect we’ll get too much in the way of response, but who knows?
- Noise IO Pro
- Circuit Synth
I’ve linked each one to the app store in case you don’t know about the app. Also I’ve left out a few from the comments on the previous post as I know that they are in development. Apps like bleep!BOX.
It would be great to hear from any developers about their plans to revive some of these apps. Let’s hope we get some takers.