I was playing with the latest version of Sprak and I’ve been really impressed with the filter control on the speaker cone. Such a simple feature has made such a big difference to this already excellent noise maker.
Really liked the groove with this track made with iSequence.
A drag and drop synth puzzle? No idea what to expect. Here’s the app’s description:
RISCy is a drag and drop synthesizer puzzle full of sonic perturbation. You live code via the limited instruction set in the lower part of the interface; drag out tokens to the top area to build your synth graph, drag a token back off the top area to remove it. Each token has an aural consequence, and some special tokens also change the nature of the hidden graph connecting active tokens; puzzling out these relationships is part of the fun. You’ll be able to make lots of noisy sounds as well as generative sequenced patterns. Press ! to clear the graph and reset; press ? to get a random starting point. Download RISCy if you are open to stranger computer music sounds, and avoid it if you just want diatonic melodies and piano sounds!
The app is free.
iLpd used 360 panorama to make a workspace shot. ‘There is everything I use at home except my iTouch 4’.
Now that is one cool workspace.
This app hasn’t seen an update for a while and now it has added Support for CoreMidi USB with Camera Connection Kit on iPad.(Note On/Off only). Good to seem.
I’m also planning to write a review on the developer’s newest app called WWW.
There seem to be a number of different reports about how much RAM the iPad 2 has. Some say 256 others that it has 512. Which is it?