0 comments on “SeekBeats MIDI update is on the way!”

SeekBeats MIDI update is on the way!

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Find your iPhone on the Apple Store. Find your iPad on the Apple Store.

0 comments on “Random sequence with Korg littleBits kit”

Random sequence with Korg littleBits kit

0 comments on “Positive Grid set launch date for BIAS on the iPhone”

Positive Grid set launch date for BIAS on the iPhone

It’s coming, BIAS on the iPhone coming on the 20th of February! Not too long to wait now is there.

Find your iPhone on the Apple Store.

0 comments on “Destroy All Presets: ▲ re-mixable chiptune album! Has only 2 hours to go on Kickstarter”

Destroy All Presets: ▲ re-mixable chiptune album! Has only 2 hours to go on Kickstarter

So this is the last time I’ll mention it …

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

0 comments on “Audioforge Parametric Equalizer for i-devices review by Dale”

Audioforge Parametric Equalizer for i-devices review by Dale

0 comments on “Effectrix iPad version, how to use on various setups”

Effectrix iPad version, how to use on various setups

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The Gadget is popular then …

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0 comments on “Tabletop from Retronyms: A look at cueboard — remixing CloudSeeder songs”

Tabletop from Retronyms: A look at cueboard — remixing CloudSeeder songs

JP goes into more detail on the cueboard. Learn how to resample, chop and groove with this fun device for Tabletop for iPad.

Tabletop on the app store (free, but with IAPs):

Find your next iPad on the Apple Store.

0 comments on “Tall & Skinny by Colin Swinney, a great album made with the OP-1 and an iPad”

Tall & Skinny by Colin Swinney, a great album made with the OP-1 and an iPad

http://bandcamp.com/EmbeddedPlayer/album=2642137468/size=large/bgcol=ffffff/linkcol=0687f5/transparent=true/

I really enjoyed listening to this album made with an OP-1 and an iPad.

The apps used were:

Auria, Animoog, iPolysix, Samplr, and Beatmaker 2.

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0 comments on “Korg Volca Series (Where The Buffalo Roam)”

Korg Volca Series (Where The Buffalo Roam)

Video description:

“This one is two Bass’ and a Beats, with an Akai MPX8 for samples. Unfortunately the camera decided to not record the session. So, personal footage from driving in the snow was used( it fits with where the samples came from, “Where the Buffalo Roam (1980)”). Openshot Video Editor was used in Ubuntu for the effects and video production.

Also as added info, the car in the video is now dead/crashed ( and this is a send off of sorts), after being in a multicar pile up this past Friday. Fotunately, it kept me safe and took all the damage for the most part(several cars had even flipped and rolled!). Where the Buffalo Roam was the last thing I had seen before the accident and became the target of samples. So, on with the music!

Also new buck rogers music on que for upload(and the video worked on that one thankfully).”