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Anaphobia Destro 1.0 arrives!

Good things come …

Destro is another monophonic virtual analog synthesizer and goes on where AnaMini ends. Once again a monophonic virtual analog synth, Destro features one VCO, two LFOs, a noise generator, a VCF and a VCA. On top of the synthesizer, Destro also provides a programmable step sequencer so you can create your own patterns and songs. Furthermore, Destro adds a noise generator and foldback distortion unit, as well as a 3-part drum synthesizer module!

Features (Synthesizer)

  • One main oscillator (VCO) with selectable wave type (saw, square, noise and sine) and scalable within the range of -1 and +1 octaves.
  • Two low frequency oscillators (LFO) with selectable wave type (saw, square, noise and sine) and selectable frequency/rate and depth. LFO1 modulates VCO1 frequency while LFO2 modulates VCF cutoff frequency. LFO’s synchronise to MIDI/sequencer tempo at 1/32, 1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 1, 2, 4, 8 or 16 notes.
  • One VCA with fully customizable ADSR(A) envelope.
  • One 24dB/octave VCF with three filter types (Low Pass, High Pass and Band Pass), selectable cutoff frequency and resonance and a fully customisable ADSR(A) envelope.
  • One noise generator with fully customisable ADSR(A) envelope.
  • Foldback distortion unit with adjustable threshold.
  • 5 factory presets.
  • 10 custom presets.

Features (Sequencer)

  • 4 beats-per-pattern, 4 steps per beat step sequencer.
  • Adjustable tempo from 20-200BPM.
  • Adjustable swing.
  • Supports note on, note off and legato commands.
  • Supports MIDI Clock IN synchronisation
  • 5 factory patterns.
  • 10 custom patterns.
  • Features (drum synthesizer)
  • Bass drum, snare drum and hihat parts, using the same synthesizer technology as the main synthesizer.
  • Each part has its own track in the sequencer.

Note: first content update will follow soon and will contain the following features:

  • 3-Octave keyboard/ribbon controller
  • AudioBus support
  • Audio record and export function

Anaphobia Destro is priced at $1.99.

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There’s 40% off the Multitrack Recorder IAP inside of VocaLive AND AmpliTube at the moment.

0 comments on “Advanced Mobile Drummer is 50% off”

Advanced Mobile Drummer is 50% off

Advanced Mobile Drummer drops from $1.99 to $0.99.

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Flickr set from kitronik.

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Audiobus announces 235 apps on the bus, but …

It’s a big number, it’s a great achievement, but I still have some questions …

  1. What’s next for Audiobus? I keep mentioning routes and MIDI etc, but there’s no news as yet.
  2. Does the sheer number of apps using the bus now make it more difficult to update Audiobus itself, given that they’d all need to move to a new version of the SDK to take advantage of the features?
  3. And the biggest question of all, what’s happening with inter-app audio?

I’d like to know more. I’d like to know what to expect.

How about you?

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Description:

In this quick video I use Guitarism to have a little improv jam with Nave and Thor at the Same time. I used one of Thor’s main presets and for Nave I made my own custom guitar patch. This is the first time I have attempted to use the Chord pads to do a “solo” but I think it worked out nicely. Make sure you pick up Guitarism from the appstore if you don’t have it and show me what you come up with!

For more info, please visit www.iosmars.com

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This looks like a very interesting use of the Raspberry Pi and certainly one that might get me using it a bit more. There’s lot more detail over at CDM.

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Fuzzy Buddha Prayer Machine by A.S.M.O.

Description:

Circuit bent Chinese Buddhist prayer machine, with fuzz and low pass resonant filter. LDR light control for pitch and filter cutoff. Solid Beech wood case, translucent polycarbonate panel.

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