Yonac posts an audio file of the bundles in miniDrum pro. Some great sounds here.
We’ve seen a few ideas like this one before, with albums based in apps, but this one goes a bit further in terms of effects, remixing, and sharing capability too, and if that’s not enough, then you should know that Alex the developer of Sunvox had a hand in this one, so worth taking a look.
I also have 9 promo codes to give away for the app. To enter to win one all you have to do is email me with the name of Alex’s other iOS app by tomorrow 8pm GMT. Emails should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s the app’s description:
Hi! I’m Morphing Shadows and it’s my first interactive music album. I believe that is innovative idea of music entertainment. You can enjoy not only listening the music but you can make your own remixes of these songs by the fly.
Record your remix to save in album playlist, share with the world on popular social sites and make live mix like a pro DJ at a party or just to yourself!
You will be amazed how to easily make a new and hot remix!
- Complete music album with 5 original songs.
- And over 100 high quality exclusive loops for remixes!
- Loop sets include drums, basses, synths and sound effects.
- Easy to use, five tracks remix panel, designed for creative play.
- Real time effects – Low pass filter, Flanger and Bitcrusher.
- Performing effects using the XY touchpad.
- Mixer with volume control faders and level meters.
- Mute/unmute the tracks in any remix mode.
- Recording remixes and listening in built-in player.
- Sharing remixes on SoundCloud and Twitter (WiFi recommended).
Preview all songs on SoundCloud:
For the new albums and new remixes follow us on twitter @iMusicAlbum
The app is priced at $0.99
This is off-topic, but as it is from a developer we like I thought I’d mention it.
As ever living up to their name, the Strange Agency’s new game, ‘Bite Me’, looks, well, strange.
With the latest update for MoDrum (v1.1) and BassLine (v3.2), Finger is the first to fully exhaust the opportunities provided by Apple’s CoreMIDI API for iOS.
Tempo-sync apps on your multitasking-capable device, or get the ultimate band experience by syncing several iOS devices with each other or your favorite DAW!
I’ve been playing around with TechnoBox2 on my iPad and I have to say that I do really like it a lot. It is simple to use, easy to get to grips with and really quite slick, but also it is in many ways a long way behind where iOS apps have got to.
Is that a bad thing? Not really, or at least I don’t think it is. At the end of the day, if a music app does what you want it to do to make the sounds and music you want to create then it is fine. It does the job, and if you want to use a couple of 303’s and drum machines with some simple FX then this is a great app.
The troubled update to SoundPrism from Audanika has been approved! Or at least that’s what I’m hearing. More news when I know for sure.
But not in the UK sadly, at least not yet anyway. Anyway, I did have a look at it to see what all the fuss was about, but aside from the slightly odd ‘try before you buy’ function I couldn’t see why you’d use their store over any of the others or indeed the google app store. Or am I missing something?