Borderlands Tutorial (iPad version) from Christopher Carlson on Vimeo.
For any developers I’m especially interested in what your views are on the AudioShare SDK and whether or not you’ll implement it into you app(s).
If you don’t know it you can find it on GitHub.
Some really cool new stuff comes in the latest update for Nanoloop. Here’s what’s new:
Send and receive .nan as email attachments
The “send” function now sends .nan files as actual attachments. Files can be handled like any other attachment, they can be saved on a PC and also be opened in the Android version and vice versa. This feature is only available on iOS 3.2 or higher. On older versions, you can still send files URL-encoded.
Open .nan files anywhere
Nanoloop is added to the “open in” dialog. When you open a .nan file in Safari, Mail, Dropbox or any other app that can present an “open in” dialog, nanoloop starts and imports the file.
Share .nan files with Dropbox and others
If file sharing apps like Dropbox are installed, there is a “share” function that allows to open .nan files in compatible apps.
Share WAV Exports
If compatible apps are installed, an “open in” menu will appear after WAV export, allowing to open the exported file in any app that can open WAV files.
Notes with very low volume are not muted anymore.
Borderlands arrives on the app store this morning. Here’s what you need to know …
Borderlands Granular is a new musical instrument for the iPad.
NOTE: Borderlands Granular is designed for iPad 2 and 3. It will run on the iPad 1, but with slower performance due to the heavy requirements of the audio processing.
Explore, touch, and transform sound with this new interface for granular synthesis, a technique that involves the superposition of small fragments of sound, or grains, to create complex, evolving timbres and textures.
Borderlands Granular emphasizes gestural interaction over knobs and sliders. Create, drag, and throw pulsing collections of grains over a landscape of audio files, or use the built-in accelerometer to sculpt sound with gravity. Record and share performances on the web.