As promised here’s a little guide to getting some zero input love using:
It’s something I’ve always been interested in trying and I quite enjoy the process and the output although I accept that it isn’t for everyone.
This was done on an iPhone 5, but I’m guessing the same process will work on any iDevice.
Hope you enjoy it, let me know if you try it out or use different apps for a similar result.
The iOS version of nanoloop has been updated in line with the Android version. Here’s what’s new:
- New filter model: Closer to the original / Game Boy version.
- Fixed bug that prevented filenames with double spaces from loading.
The new filter will slightly change sounds: Resonance is stronger at lower cutoff and bass sounds have a wider cutoff range. It may be necessary to reduce resonance and to lower cutoff / lfo amount.
Thanks to Derek for this comment:
“I updated on an original mini 16 and a 3 16.
Audiobus still works – as do the smattering of synth apps I’ve tried so far. Animoog -> Echo Pad -> Cubase via Audiobus for example.
Update takes a while better part of 20 mins.
About 150MB less memory afterwards – did a double sync before to get a baseline.”
Anyone else have any impressions?
What’s on your wishlist for Korg’s latest offering. It’s pretty awesome already, but what else would you like to see in the app?
I found this a very interesting piece on the Intermorphic blog, and it’s definitely something that I’m going to try and listen to. Have a read, and probably a subsequent listen here.