Some more info from humbletune.com
Nils is a real time sound effect machine with a minimalistic looper. It comes with bitcrush, delay and gain for distortion. As input you can use the internal microphone, your earpods or accessories like iRig. Can also be used as a sampler, by holding the delay buffer and changing its phase. Lo-fi looping for both beginners and professionals.
- Real time.
- Sample rate (1 Hz – 44100 Hz).
- Hold delay buffer.
- Play delay buffer.
- Gain (goes up to 11).
- Tape looper.
- Export (email, soundcloud, MAPI audio copy).
I’ve been posting about this for a while now and as we approach the end of the month you can expect daily plugs for which I offer no apology.
If you know what Movember is about then I don’t need to explain very much, if you don’t, then read on.
During November each year, Movember is responsible for the sprouting of moustaches on thousands of men’s faces in the UK and around the world. The aim of which is to raise vital funds and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer and testicular cancer.
So this year I’ve decided to take part, and, although I only started a little while ago (on the 6th), things are moving in the right direction, facially anyway!
So, if you’d like to support me and make a donation, please head over to my Movember page. Your support is most welcome, and if you visit you’ll see my current facial progress too!
So my Nexus runs 4.2 now. Seems ok so far, but I haven’t tested the latency to see if there’s any change as yet. I will, but I’m not expecting anything radical.
Vinclaro posts to their blog about the upcoming new version of their Symphonix app.
You can expect:
- Enhanced lyric editor
- Improvements to Piano Roll
- A new “arranger” function for easier navigation, copying and pasting
- Improved device management
Together with some ‘big surprises’ too. I’ll look forward to that.
All sounds created with the PPG Wavegenerator
Via iOS Musician.