0 comments on “Airplay Soundcheck Test 1 (MaxMsp, Audulus (iOS), Airserver)”

Airplay Soundcheck Test 1 (MaxMsp, Audulus (iOS), Airserver)


Description:

Using the software Airserver Airplay to send the audio from iPad Audulus to MaxMsp. Soundflower for Audio Routing. Please ignore the audio Mic Input, in fact I just want to try whether I can Mic Input and Airplay at the same time.

Audulus - Wilson Holliday

0 comments on “FL Studio Performance Mode | Sacco Plays Percussa AudioCubes”

FL Studio Performance Mode | Sacco Plays Percussa AudioCubes

I know that this isn’t strictly ‘mobile’, or perhaps even handheld, but it’s very touch orientated and I thought that is was worth sharing, especially as I’ve always wanted to try these out and they do look great.

0 comments on “If you wanted to get custom layouts into TouchOSC Android, read on …”

If you wanted to get custom layouts into TouchOSC Android, read on …

All the information you’re going to need is right here.

0 comments on “IK Multimedia announces Android compatibility”

IK Multimedia announces Android compatibility

This post at IKM gives details of their products which are Android compatibility.

0 comments on “Introducing RØDE iXY stereo microphone for iPhone and iPad”

Introducing RØDE iXY stereo microphone for iPhone and iPad

Introducing RØDE iXY stereo microphone for iPhone and iPad from RØDE Microphones on Vimeo.

0 comments on “Smite Matter on Auria FX”

Smite Matter on Auria FX

More views on Auria from Smite Matter.

0 comments on “Reminder: Magellan Jr Preset pack”

Reminder: Magellan Jr Preset pack

Don’t forget that the latest update to Magellan Jr not only brought Audiobus but new FX too. There’s a free pack for these here.

0 comments on “Molecule Synth Shipping date announced”

Molecule Synth Shipping date announced

Molecule synth will be shipping from the 22nd! Excellent news.

0 comments on “RoboVox – Voice Changer – mikrosonic”

RoboVox – Voice Changer – mikrosonic

mikrosonic, developer of some of the most excellent Android apps have brought one of them, RoboVox – Voice Changer, to the iOS world. It’s free, and I expect it’s quite good fun too.

Here’s the description:

Transform your voice with RoboVox and have your voice sound scary or funny, musical, evil or like a robot! RoboVox is a voice recorder and voice changing app using vocoder technology. Choose among 24 different voice styles and jam with the pitch and modulation settings by sliding your finger across the X-Y control field. Modify your voice live with your headphones on, record your voice and play it back transformed or use the parrot mode that repeats your altered voice automatically.

Save your recording, send it via email or share it directly on Facebook* or SoundCloud.

Get it now and alienate your voice!

RoboVox Features:

  • 24 voice models such as Pitch Shift (Chipmunk, Helium voice), Discobot, Badman, Exorcist, Bionic, Croack, Singing Robot, Dark, HAL, Stephen, Prophet
  • X-Y control field for modifying pitch and modulation
  • 3 different modes: real-time, parrot and recording
  • Real-time mode (with headphones)
  • Voice recording
  • Share your results directly on Facebook* or SoundCloud
  • Email your creations as WAV files
  • Play RoboVox by connecting a MIDI keyboard
  • Vocoder with real-time FFT spectral analysis

* Please note that your messages on Facebook are hosted publicly on soundcloud.com. Please note also that your direct Facebook uploads might be deleted after a certain time.

RoboVox - Voice Changer - mikrosonic

0 comments on “Music Radar asks if mobile music apps are toys? I know my answer …”

Music Radar asks if mobile music apps are toys? I know my answer …

And if you’ve been reading Palm Sounds for any length of time I expect you know my answer too. Anyway, whilst it is an old debate it is one that’s worth opening every now and then and with the advent of Audiobus things have changed. Take a look for yourself, you can find the article here.

I won’t tell you what their conclusion was, but mine is that the important thing is the music and not the tools that were used to make it.