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Wishing you a very Happy Christmas from Palm Sounds

Just a quick not to wish you all a very Happy and Peaceful Christmas. Palm Sounds will be quite for a couple of days now, but will return with the largely traditional ‘what music gear did you get for Christmas‘ post.

Seasons Greetings … Palm Sounds.

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2013 Happy Holiday – Rockers!

A nice Christmas message from Positive Grid

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News from @onereddogmedia

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KORG monotribe X8 – TYPE-4 / BakaOscillator

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News from @iMIDIPatchbay

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0 comments on “Littlebits Korg Synth Kit Review (video)”

Littlebits Korg Synth Kit Review (video)

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Stroke Machine Quick Start Tutorial video

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iSyn Poly version 2 brings IAA, Audiobus and more

Here’s what’s new in this version of iSyn Poly:

  • Inter-app audio instrument
  • Audiobus compatible (Sender)
  • Redesigned GUI
  • One effect per synthesiser/drum part
  • 32 new Presets
  • many Bugfixes

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Musix Pro controlling VSTs in Cubase

Video description from Tim:

Shiverware recently had a contest to show off their control app for the iPad, Musix Pro. I was incredibly fortunate to come in second place, and amazed at the generosity of their prizes, and the friendliness of their staff. I originally wrote a film-esque piece to show this off, but scrapped it for something a bit more energetic. Now that the contest is over, I wanted to get it down before it fled as so many other ideas do.

It’s a great app, very responsive, customizable with a number of different key configurations and sizes, has an internal sound engine, but plays nicely with other iPad apps, and can also send midi externally, in this case to my DAW playing some orchestral sounds in Cubase.

Can’t say enough nice things about the app and the company. Will definitely be posting more.

0 comments on “Awesome stuff to look forward to in 2014 from AudioTool?”

Awesome stuff to look forward to in 2014 from AudioTool?

Many thanks to janogarcia for commenting this in on yesterday’s wait list post. It’s from the AudioTool newsletter:

“We are confident that 2014 will see the Audiotool application running on HTML5 in the browser and natively on a variety of platforms like iOS and Android.” 

That’s something awesome to look forward to in 2014!