So here’s another round up of the week’s news. There were lots of interesting things coming out of NAMM, and some, but not all, have made it into the round up.
- Kymatica developer shows us how to get zero input sounds from AUFX:Dub and AUFX:Space.
- XOR Trinity (Bastl Instruments) shows us what it can do
- SoundCloud are doing well, but what’s next?
- Gobbler getting iOS support, announced at NAMM
- There’s a bit more news on what’s happening with JACK on iOS
- I finally tell you what I think about the Korg littleBits synth kit.
- Zoom launches iQ5 mic for iPhone / iPad
- Sonoma are bringing their GuitarJack mini and StudioJack soon
Things to look forward to:
- Cakewalk are bringing their Z3TA synth to your iPad
- Reactable shows off something awesome at NAMM
- iPulsaret update on the way?
- VividTracker has been submitted to the app store
- Drum Perfect screen shot
- Another Audiobus 2 video
- MobMuPlat gets an update after a long time
- Audio Mastering 2.0 is a massive update and well worth a look at the video here.
- NLogSynth Pro goes 64bit native
- NLog MIDI also goes the same way
- SoundFont Pro adds IAA
- S4 Rhythm Composer adds MIDI
- Sunvox 1.7.4 arrives on iOS
- DrumJam 1.2 arrives with lots of new features
- Fugue 1.1 arrives and 1.2 is already on the way
- AUFX:Space brings swirl and more
- AUFX:Dub brings lots of tweaks too
- polynomi-on arrives and looks strange
- Giant isoPod arrives, an interesting looking noise synth
- Nebulous Theremin arrives
Things to do:
- Watch the video and enter the Yellofier VW competition
- Take a look at Discchord’s NAMM round up
- If you haven’t already then take a look at Doc Pop’s kickstarter campaign
- Comment on how you organise your apps, I’d like to know
- Ototo is a new music device on kickstarter and well on the way to being funded already
See you tomorrow for more mobile music stuff.