[NAMM] AudioBus 2 demonstration video

littleBits Korg Synth Kit, using filter and delay

Doc Pop running a Nanoloop workshop next month, I bet that’ll be fun!

His kickstarter is already funded but it’s got two weeks to go, so you can still fund it.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/docpop/destroy-all-presets-a-re-mixabe-chiptune-album/widget/card.html

That’s a nice shot of the Miselu booth, and who’s that in the middle …

Audio Mastering 2.0 demo (video)

Audio Mastering 2.0 arrives!

Here’s what’s new with Audio Mastering:

  • Fully updated 32-bit audio processing algorithms.
  • Standard and Advanced processing control modes.
  • Parametric equalizer in addition to graphic.
  • Spectrum analyzer with switching connection points.
  • Switchable crossover frequency for Stereo Imaging.
  • Additional controls for Maximizer.
  • Separate adjustment of input level reduction.
  • Improved controls for presets.
  • Compare mode for presets in each track.
  • Inter-App Audio supported.
  • New color schemes of visual interface.
  • Built-in description updated.

littleBits Paper Sequencer – Mechanical iPad Alchemy Army

Just how awesome is that!

“This project uses littleBits to sequence two circuits, the main black blocks right of the paper are running the Korg synth bits and are connected by the pulse clock on the left.

Two instruments sequenced and playing in time with each other. One is a robot playing an iPad and the other is a synth. It’s been fun working!”

Meet AMPLIFi—The Guitar Amp, Reinvented | Line 6

AMPLIFi is unlike any guitar amp you’ve ever played. Hear every note in amazing detail with a 5-speaker stereo design. Jam to your favorite tracks with an integrated Bluetooth® streaming speaker system. Dial in amazing tones from the cloud with the AMPLIFi Remote iOS app. Watch to see how AMPLIFi redefines what’s possible in a guitar amp.

http://line6.com/amplifi/

Yellofier VW – win a car!

polynomi-on (universal) arrives

polynomi-on has arrived on the app store, it’s free too. Here’s what the description says:

“strings” are spanned between touched points. Short ang long strings generate high and low frequencies, respectively.

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