Is it me, or did I miss part 4?
So I finally got myself an Apple TV, for a variety of reasons which I won’t bore you with. This probably means that Apple will bring out a new version in a few days of course.
Anyway, I started to have a look around for good AirPlay enabled apps and found way too many than I can get my head around, so I thought that the simplest thing to do would be to ask you all for your suggestions for your favourite AirPlay apps. Not just music apps, but apps of any kind. Please let me know what you think is awesome.
Thanks in advance!
Just a short demonstration of a 1960’s Stylophone using the camera audio and then line out audio. These early models have no volume control and a vibrato that sounds more akin to pulse width modulation. Plus they are much bassier via line out than the speaker due to a passive low pass filter over the output.
I only just found out about this site / app and it looks pretty awesome. Here’s a bit of the description of the app (from the site), but the whole site is worth a look as they’re doing some interesting things.
Mosaik is an iOS App for making Auto-BPM-synced / time-warped loops. All you have to do is import your samples or songs. The App searches the audio for beat information. With the help of this information Mosaik is able to match the audio to any BPM.
And it also incorporates a high quality grain-based time-stretching engine. This means that you can now match any audio to your songs on your iOS device. Exactly like that prominent audio software you are thinking about right now 😉
Date of Release: End of March
Features at a glance
- Audio import of samples or whole songs via iPod Library
- Beat-Signature-Analyzer for making beat-exact loops automatically
- High-Quality Time-Stretch Engine based on granular synthesis
- Audiobus support
In the Future
- Transient Detection for Attack-Phase loop-protection
- 16×32 Slots (16 Tracks / 32 Slots per Track)
- Built-In Effects
- Live-Input Beat-Signature + Transient Detection
- Much much more …