DM1 The Drum Machine, Version 3.0

DM1 - The Drum Machine - Fingerlab

Hello Kickstarter

We welcome you to the UK, but please don’t have too many cool synth and mobile projects as I don’t know that my wallet will take it.

Let’s see what comes …

.Protein.Der.Klang. demo 1

Looks like Protein for DS is coming to iOS.

Audulus arrives for your iPad

Here are the details:

Audulus, the popular modular synthesis app, is now for iPad! Get it now at a low limited-time introductory price!

With Audulus, you can build synthesizers, design new sounds, or process audio. All with low latency real-time processing suitable for live performance. Audulus’s user interface is clean, simple, and easy to learn, allowing you to focus on sound.

Please note: Audulus for iPad Requires iOS 6

Key Features:

  • Fluid Vector Interface – smooth animated interaction
  • MIDI control – use your control surface or MIDI keyboard
  • Polyphony – process multiple voices
  • Diverse Nodes – from ADSR to ZeroCross
  • Patch Browser – quickly flip through your patches
  • 32-bit floating-point signal processing

Coming soon:

  • Presets – quickly change between patch configurations
  • Unlimited History – every undo is stored in the file
  • Encapsulation – group nodes into sub-patches
  • Audio Copy / Paste
  • Audiobus support
  • iCloud support

Built-in Modules:

  • Virtual Analog Oscillator (4 classic waveforms)
  • ADSR Envelope
  • Noise Generator
  • Mathematical Modules: Addition, Multiplication, Subtraction, Sine, Modulo
  • Random Number Generator
  • MIDI controlled Keyboard
  • MIDI assignable trigger
  • Delay
  • Distortion
  • Low Pass Filter
  • High Pass Filter
  • Pitch Shifter
  • Constant Value
  • Gain
  • Mapper Curve
  • Piecewise-linear Spline Curve
  • Sample and Hold
  • Crossfade
  • 4-Channel Mixer
  • Level Meter
  • Value Meter
  • Scrolling Waveform Meter
  • Input/Output
  • Polyphonic to Monophonic signal mixer
  • Global Time
  • Sub-Patch
  • Timer
  • Zero-crossing Counter

The app is priced at $9.99

Audulus - Wilson Holliday

Music Box Composer update

Music Box Composer updates to 2.0. Here’s what’s new:

New! Support for 20 and 30 note strips added, with new recordings from physical 20 and 30 note music boxes: switch between strip types in the Options dialog.

Extendable strips – extend the strip length as much as you need for a single strip, with extended strips exporting to JPG as up to 10 individual strips in a single image file. Access via the new ‘+’ and ‘-‘ buttons to the right of the strip, so they are there when you need them.

New sample strips installed – ‘Romeo & Juliet’ and ‘Swan Lake’.


  • Delete strip button added to strips in the Loader.
  • Using 2 fingers to pan no longer sometimes adds notes – 2 finger panning should now be a reliable part of your music box composer workflow.
  • Fixed display of illegal music box notes (where a note cannot be followed by the same note without a quarter note delay)
  • Illegal notes were incorrectly only displayed if sharp notes were allowed.
  • With loop off, the current timeline is now left at the end of the strip rather than being returned somewhere.
  • Loading with more than 7 strips is not as jumpy.
  • The copy operation no longer clears the copy buffer if there are no notes selected.

Strips now export to JPG rather than PNG. Pre-editing of strip BG disabled due to memory limitations – edit the exported strips to customise.

Music Box Composer - Jelly Biscuits

I knew it was the case, but it still seems sad

Jordan Rudess and Morphwiz on the Lenovo A720 with Windows 8

“Jordan wowing us in his piano room at his home in NY. I just set up the PC (Jordan’s first PC) and installed the apps before Jordan sat down to play. The PC is a Lenovo A720 running Windows 8 RTM, with 10 point multi-touch at 1920×1080. The app is MorphWiz by Wizdom Music.”

Interesting stuff happening in Windows world, I wonder where this will go and if others will follow?

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