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Happy birthday to MIDI. I can’t believe it’s 30, but then 30 is that kind of age isn’t it, just kind of sneaks up on you.
For some reason it doesn’t work for me anymore, and I know I’m not alone in that. But it set me thinking about where Sprak could have evolved. Maybe a sprak modular? I like the idea of things circuit bent or broken in a software context. I suppose from that point of view it is fitting that the app doesn’t work anymore.
Even so, I love the idea of Sprak and if it worked I’d still use it.
There’s a toggle in the current GlitchBreaks beta called ‘Dynamic Glitch’ that turns off the glitch pads’ playhead repositioning feature. As you can see in the above video, when I slid my finger across the glitch pad, the playhead remained in the same starting location. This makes it much easier to use the pads because you don’t have to keep your finger completely still while touching the pad.
Via iOS Musician.