I have to admit that I didn’t know that it was the Concreted0g’s birthday today, but as it is I think it’s only fitting that I say a few things about this awesome chap.
His music is completely amazing and ranges from jazz to very experimental (and homemade) electronics, and his skills in electronics are awesome! I have three items to prove it. If you’ve seen the matrix mixers I’ve posted a few times, they’re all from the Concreted0g. So take a look at his blog, follow him on twitter and maybe even buy one of his matrix mixers!
So, happy birthday sir, have a great day and a great weekend.
Quick test of keylock functionality and audio on iOS apps – specifically DJ apps. I used “Touch Me” by Rui da Silva as the test track, as it features kicks, snares, vocals and synths in the section I used.
I played the same section of the track on all the apps in the test, at -16% with Key Lock enabled on a 3rd Generation iPad running the latest version of iOS (6.1.3) and the latest version of all apps involved (as of 25.03.2013).
The apps used were Capo, Traktor DJ, DJ Player (NB: on the audio in the video for this app is in Mono – my mistake…on Soundcloud I re-recorded with the correct in-app setting for stereo output), CrossDJ, djay, Touch The Wave (TTW).