Quite amazing really and so I thought it should be celebrated. However, I couldn’t put it better than the words of Phil from Omenie, the developer of the truly awesome 50th Anniversary Edition Mellotronics M3000. So read what he has to say, it’s well worth it, then take a look at his app …
“Let’s remember what Jasuto users have created since 2009. Thanks for all, who contributed to community! Let’s spread a word about this awesome modular synthesizer for touchscreen devices (iOS and Android). Note: it’s camera recording of ipad speaker – sorry for lack of quality.”
It’s great to see these patches. It’s inspiring and makes me want to get straight in and make some patches. So, what are you making?
Music Studio gives us a nice little early Christmas present in version 2.4, and 33% off the app and 50% off IAP instrument packs. Here’s what’s new:
- 52 new high quality symphonic instruments
- New instrument list folder layout
- Polyphony can be set to 128 (on current generation devices only)
- Bug fixes
Here’s the stuff from the Audiobus team in terms of what they’ve said are some (but not all!) of the new features in Audiobus 2:
Audiobus 2 will be capable of running as many apps in parallel or in series as your device can handle. That’s right: Multiple, independent pipelines with as many inputs, filters or outputs as you like in each. We’re doing away with any restrictions. This feature will be available as a very reasonably priced in-app purchase.
We’re also introducing a way to save presets of your connection graphs and share them via mail or your social networks.
Audiobus 2 will have a brand new look which enables us to add additional features more easily in the future and which we think looks really great and in tune with the design of iOS 7.
Audiobus 2 will be made available as an update to the existing Audiobus app.
Please watch this space for further announcements.
Cheers, The Audiobus Team
I still think that it would be better to call the presets ‘bus routes’, but that’s just my opinion.