Wearable music making might sound about strange, but having tried a little soft circuit making I can recommend it. It’s a load of fun if you have the patience for it.
This post at the Arduino blog caught my eye. Can you see why?
So if you’re experimenting with lilly pad or other wearable stuff I’d like to know more.
IKM have update the various version of their AmpliTube Fender™ series:
- Audiobus compatibility
- AutoFreeze feature for multitrack
- Preroll function
- Enhanced user interface for iPhone 5 and new iPod touch
- New Global Menu
“Transform your voice into a choir with up to four voices ! Harmony Voice is a pitch shifter and harmonizer with professional features including automatic tuning correction.”
A realtime visual intonation-display gives you feedback of the tunes you sing.
Playing with the new firmware update for QuNeo. It brings better response (small latency, great for drums) and iPad Mode (now you can use QuNeo with the iPad without external power or special cables).
I’m looking forward to using this with the rest of my Molecule Synth.
Demo of Thesys step sequencer being sync’ed via MIDI Clock from Auria. Thesys is sending MIDI data to the Thor synth and Thor‘s output is then being recorded to an audio track in Auria via Audiobus. The overall effect is that Thyses can act as a step sequencer within an Auria project.
Demo of Thesys working with Cubasis and Thor. Thesys is used to send MIDI data to a Cubasis MIDI track. Via MIDI Thru, this MIDI data is passed to the Thor synth. The MIDI data can also be recorded in Cubasis.