As I’m always in search of the strange app, this one really fits the bill. Here’s the description:
Create surprising, complex rhythms and distinct lo-fi sounds using the Logique Analogique app! This simulation of an existing circuit board includes an 8-bit counter, a parametrizable, analog implementation of logic functions, and a four-channel, 1-bit sound generation.
The app is priced at $2.99
Whilst I’ve heard that this app is a bit toylike it sounds great.
JellyBeanBeatBox streams what you see into what you hear by converting live video taken on your iPhone into block-rocking sounds. An awesome, creativity-inspiring app from kids to professional DJs and everyone in between.
JellyBeanBeatBox splits your live camera feed into a grid of rows and columns. It then identifies what color is in each cell of the grid and plays a different sound for each color. Different rows make different pitches, while different columns represent the beats of a measure of music. JellyBeanBeatBox was designed for synthesizing music by arranging different flavors of jellybeans. But it can be used with any type of object or even to explore the rhythms in the natural world.
JellyBeanBeatBox comes preloaded with 9 different sound sets (NoiseCore, SpaceCore, SynthPop, House, Dub, BigBeat, Rap, Orchestra, and Rock). You can also create your own sound sets using any of the & 100 preinstalled sounds or use our website to convert your own sounds into JellyBeanBeatBox format.
The app is priced at $0.99.
Rumblings that it may be getting the Audiobus treatment according to their forum.
Thanks to Sean for this tip off.
MIDI Control is a synthesizer controller app for iOS, with support for Audiobus recording.
Using virtual MIDI, you can control multiple synthesizers at the same time. With dual keyboards that rotate around, two people can play at the same time. Recordings made through Audiobus can be copied and pasted easily into other apps.
MIDI Control adds Audiobus!
Audiobus Effect slot support! Now Echo Pad supports all 3 slots!
It’s great to see both MoDrum and BassLine get the Audiobus treatment.
NodeBeat HD adds support for Audiobus, which is of course, excellent news, and having spent Friday evening with the Audiobus team, I’m sure that they’ll be very happy too.
Ok, the latest Auria update has arrived and here’s what’s new:
- New optional plug-ins: ClassicVerb Pro, FabFilter Pro-C, Pro-DS, Pro-G, Pro-L, Saturn, Timeless2, Volcano2
- Various bug fixes – see our forum for more details
But already I’m hearing that there are problems with it.
Comment in if you’re experiencing issues.