Here’s what the video description tells you about the app:
WretchUp is a unique handheld effect and instrument for the iPhone that anyone can play. Developed by Mouse on Mars, it’s easy to learn, but also sophisticated enough that it’s heavily used in their live shows and new albums. Now with your help, we want to bring it to everyone.
We’re launching an IndieGogo campaign to support developing WretchUp for all iOS users. (With enough funding, we’ll port to Android, too.) We’ll share exclusive music, updates from the band and development team, and more with backers – plus, of course, the app. And the entire project will be open source, including iOS projects and a free Pure Data (Pd) patch for users of any OS.
Here, Andi and Jan explain what the app is about and how they use it.
See you on IndieGogo!
Peter KIRN, createdigitalmusic.com
Jan St. Werner, Mouse on Mars
Andi Toma, Mouse on Mars
Shot at Mouse on Mars’ studio at the Funkhaus, Berlin; edited by Peter Kirn
You can fund the project too:
If you missed out on a kit and want to know more there’s some good news over at Mutable Instruments.
If you’re around London tomorrow (the 8th) then you might be interested in this performance at the London Music Hackspace.
Nice video from iOS Musician.
A quick note to point out that if you’re at the Kikk festival you can meet Herrmutt Lobby and try out Beatsurfing for yourself.