Here’s what’s new with fugue:
- The app will now transmit MIDI in the background, so you can leave it playing and focus on tweaking your iOS synths! When the app loads, be sure to allow access to the microphone. Although the microphone is not used within the app, this is the permission required to allow background operations.
- Ability to turn a channel off. Go to the “Track MIDI Channel” page and drag the track column all the way down to the bottom of the screen. The channel will display “off” at the top of the screen. When a Track MIDI Channel has been set to “off”, the corresponding columns on the other Track properties will appear dimmed.
- Ability to turn off a note in the “Edit Sequence” page. Similarly to the ability to turn off a channel, drag the note column all the way down to the bottom of the screen. The note will display “rest” at the top of the screen.
- Track Speed range increased from 1-240 bpm to 1-320 bpm.
This is a useful piece on connecting your little bits kit to other instruments, but it’s audio only, not MIDI. I do hope they do that. Anyway, I need to get a mic module now.
12 Nebulophones into a mixer with no effects. Arpeggio rates of some linked together over IR.
Made by Thomas Fang and Cordey Lopez of Bleep Labs.
Kits and fully built units available at bleeplabs.com
That’s Clif from Apptronica, and his stuff is on Spotify, so give it a listen ok? You can find it here.