The Wablet is a load of fun to play with and it’s good to know that it’s already got an update, albeit a minor one. Here’s what’s new:
- New “droplet mesh”.
- End point of drawn scan path is marked.
Music Ipad app look at Sunrizer app filter section. One of the nicest sounding synths for ios out there and my second video on the app using just one feature.
And so I’m finally getting around to it. The Mobile Music Advent Calendar was done in collaboration with these excellent mobile music bloggers:
A big thank you to these guys. If you don’t know of them then please take some time to visit their sites.
The steadfast heart Part1 by ryouichi harada.
There’s some really cool ones in here including at least one that I’ve posted on before, but I knew that a few people would be interested in this.
They’ve been tweeting about it, but who knows what exactly it’ll mean? They’re not giving away much with this news item at their web site.
Sound Wand MIDI is a new kind of motion-based MIDI controller. FREE until the end of the holiday week: http://club15cc.com/get-sound-wand-midi (and then $9.99). Works with other MIDI apps too!
All the sounds are from Native Instrument’s Kontakt 4 Library…
Now there’s something to look forward to. Also, it’s still only $0.99.
Especially with the Lemur template, but I have some more planned experiments coming up, so stay tuned.
In this example we demonstrate how to connect the USB-MIDI Shield to an iPhone using a Cammera Connector from Dealextreme (like this one). An accelerometer is used for note & pitch change (Thanks to RadikalBytes for the accelerometer). The iPhone synthesizer app is bs-16i by Shun Murabayashi, a great iOS synth with loadable SoundFonts.