Apart from this being a really cool video (I love the ending, it made me laugh), the product looks totally amazing!http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/kmi/qunexus-smart-sensor-keyboard-controller
Having looked at all the audiobus video we got from Tuesday night the audio quality isn’t very good, so at least for the moment I won’t be posting it until I can come up with a way of cleaning it up.
However, it does look like there are going to be some more actual demo videos coming out of the audiobus team itself soon, so that’s something worth looking forward to.
If you’re interested to learn how to make audio apps for iOS then take a look at this course on Sunday in Hackney.
With the most recent update of coreMidi to iOS 6.0, a All-in-one Camera Connection Kit for iPad ($3.00) from Amazon.com, an iPad2, the BeatMaker2 App ($19.99), a DJ Tech Tools Midi Fighter Classic controller and a Midi over USB cable you can now import and play Ableton Live drum racks or any samples using just a midi fighter and iPad.
You can now jam with friends on the go, or play sound packs with your midi fighter controller without the need of a laptop, Ableton Live, Traktor, etc.
Samples used in this Demo are From DJ Tech Tools’ Mad Zach Soundpack 23 – Jazzy McFly and the Westside Riders
If you’re interested and can make it here are the details.