0 comments on “Mobile Music Making Seminar – Day 5 Part 1”

Mobile Music Making Seminar – Day 5 Part 1

Fifth and last day of the international App Music Seminar: Last chance to prepare the little concert presentation at c-base (http://c-base.org) the same day. Lina gets an ipad guitar. This is like christmas for her. She uses the app SynthX with it. Then we made some rhythmical improvisations and Andre finishs his music apps. After this we started to pack and went to c-base…

The ‘App Music’ seminar is a composition and sound workshop in the form of an experimental laboratory; a creative space to explore music and make new discoveries. Participants are investigat perspectives and potential of “app music” through a collective ‘learning by doing’ approach.

0 comments on “Grain Bastard – OP-1, Samplr, AUFX:Space”

Grain Bastard – OP-1, Samplr, AUFX:Space

0 comments on “Music App Blog reviews Master Record for iOS”

Music App Blog reviews Master Record for iOS

Well worth a read if you ask me. You can find it here.

0 comments on “MyOneManBand Vs Figure on Two iPad Decks”

MyOneManBand Vs Figure on Two iPad Decks

0 comments on “A bit of personalisation …”

A bit of personalisation …

I like my stickers …

0 comments on “AudioReverb (video)”

AudioReverb (video)

0 comments on “AudioReverb from VirSyn arrives”

AudioReverb from VirSyn arrives

VirSyn pulls a new effect out of the bag today.  AudioReverb is a studio quality reverb for Audiobus and your iTunes music library.

AudioReverb is an algorithmic reverberation app which combines the flexibility of vintage algorithmic reverbs with the sonic quality of convolution based reverbs.

The creation of high quality reverb needs a realistic simulation of the important early reflections together with a smooth and colorless reverberation tail.

The early reflections are the most important clue for the human ear to get a feeling about the dimension and character of a room. Most algorithmic reverbs offer a number of different algorithms to simulate different natural rooms like chamber, halls or artificial ones like plates. AudioReverb uses impulse responses from real acoustic spaces and classical reverb algorithms to emulate their acoustical properties.

The resulting reverberation sets new standards in clarity and sense of space !

Use AudioReverb for enhancing your listening experience with your favourite iTunes songs.

Use AudioReverb as professional reverb plugin to improve the quality of any Audiobus compatible App.

  • Smooth reverb tail generation.
  • Early Reflection Modelling.
  • 118 factory presets.
  • 4 Band Equalizer.
  • Audiobus compatible as input/effect/output.
  • Reverberate any song in your iTunes library.
  • Low latency live usage with mic and headphones.
  • Audio recorder.
  • Upload to SoundCloud and File Export.
  • Audio pasteboard for exporting to other Apps

The app is priced at $9.99.

0 comments on “It’s not too late to join the picnic synth revolution (Yeah! Now that’s mobile!)”

It’s not too late to join the picnic synth revolution (Yeah! Now that’s mobile!)

Yes you heard right! Don’t be left in the dust this summer/fall/winter, sitting at home playing with something digital while all the cool kids in town are waxing glitchy and riding cubic waves of analog squarewave synthiness.

Features built in power supply, secured via the miracle of VELCRO, as well as a battery pack big enough to synth through even the most demanding camping/picnical situations. Onboard speaker, audio output jack, and various knobs and switches conspire to broadcast the impression that this picnic synthesist is not to be trifled with. Excellent aleatronic functionality, when and where it’s needed; 24 hours a day, every step of the mile. Includes secret sandwich compartment under secret door covered in pathetic technical scrawlings to deter even the most ravenous reader.

Via Etsy.

0 comments on “Noatikl Tutorial in 6 parts from Michael Taylor”

Noatikl Tutorial in 6 parts from Michael Taylor

This is well worth the read if you’re interested in Noatikl and generative music. Michael breaks down the whole thing into 6 easy to digest pieces. The first one is here and you’ll find the rest on his site very easily.

0 comments on “Echo Pad – Oil Can Delay tone demo”

Echo Pad – Oil Can Delay tone demo

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