0 comments on “Gestrument – Tutorial 5 (Pulse density)”

Gestrument – Tutorial 5 (Pulse density)

Gestrument - Jesper Nordin

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0 comments on “Gestrument – Tutorial 4 (Scale morph)”

Gestrument – Tutorial 4 (Scale morph)

Gestrument - Jesper Nordin

0 comments on “Gestrument – Tutorial 3 (Instruments)”

Gestrument – Tutorial 3 (Instruments)

Gestrument - Jesper Nordin

0 comments on “Gestrument – Tutorial 2 (Dynamics)”

Gestrument – Tutorial 2 (Dynamics)

Gestrument - Jesper Nordin

0 comments on “Gestrument – Tutorial 1 (Pitch and rhythm)”

Gestrument – Tutorial 1 (Pitch and rhythm)

Gestrument - Jesper Nordin

0 comments on “Gestrument – Overview”

Gestrument – Overview

Gestrument - Jesper Nordin

0 comments on “Gestrument for iPad arrives”

Gestrument for iPad arrives

Another new instrument comes along to your iPad from the maker of AudioShare. I’m really looking forward to trying this out. Here’s the app’s description:

Gestrument – the revolutionary gesture instrument! Swipe your finger to play – it has never been easier to make music!

Developed by Jesper Nordin (www.jespernordin.com) and Jonatan Liljedahl (www.kymatica.com)

  • Play and compose music with the swipe of your finger
  • An intuitive tool for composers in all genres
  • Generate music within defined scales and rhythms
  • The ultimate tool for making truly new music in any genre
  • Improvise freely within a fully controlled musical framework
  • Use the internal GM sound bank or your favorite MIDI synthesizer
  • Use Gestrument to control other iOS apps or external MIDI programs through a MIDI interface or Network MIDI
  • Create and save your own presets and share with your friends or download new presets from www.gestrument.com

Improvise or compose within the scales and rhythms you choose. Use parameters like pulse density, scale morphing, rhythm randomness or pitch fluctuation to find new paths for your musical expression and creativity. Use the tutorials or define your own settings to fit the musical style you want to play and compose in. Play on up to eight instruments at once – all with different individual settings.

Gestrument works equally well for rhythmic music or sweeping soundscapes, for solo melodies or chord blocks, for long lines or short staccatos. It can help you make music in whichever genre you can imagine.

Gestrument works directly with its built in sounds and is therefore perfect for the amateur or beginner who wants to make music in an intuitive way. But it is first and foremost built for professional musicians and composers who can work with the settings to build advanced theoretical frameworks that they can later improvise or compose within.

The app is priced at $7.99.

Gestrument - Jesper Nordin

0 comments on “Is SuperStoke from the Strange Agency on the way or did I miss something?”

Is SuperStoke from the Strange Agency on the way or did I miss something?

This video came out three months ago but I don’t remember seeing anything more about it. Anyone know more?

0 comments on “Circlo (An Ambient Audiovisual Clock) is free”

Circlo (An Ambient Audiovisual Clock) is free

Not really a music making thing, but a lovely thing, and it’s free so I thought you should know.

Circlo — An Ambient Audiovisual Clock - Aero Deko

0 comments on “WretchUp, it’s nearly there …”

WretchUp, it’s nearly there …

Over two weeks to go and they’ve nearly hit their funding target. Still plenty of time to join in of course.

http://www.indiegogo.com/project/271363/widget