— steph ohara (@soh_la) March 15, 2014
I always like to hear stuff like that. Keeps me guessing and looking forward to new things.
bip on the app store:
MidiBlob is a performance oriented multi touch controller for your Blofeld synthesizer.
By a set of very intuitive interaction you can modify and control your synth sound to a depth that cannot be reached with traditional controllers. Graphical feedback keep you in touch with what you are doing and where you are in your sound space.
MidiBlob works with any Core MIDI compatible interface or with a network based Core MIDI connection, and it is an iPad application. It runs on iOs 6.x and 7.x.
The app is priced at $6.99.
Here’s what’s new with guitarism – pocket guitar:
AC-7 Core Solo arrives at a special price of $0.99 at launch. Here are the details:
AC-7 Core Solo is the perfect hand-held wireless remote controller for your DAW based music recording system. It was expressly designed to be used comfortably with one hand, so there’s no need to put down your guitar/mic/drink while setting up the next take.
It has been tested and optimised for use with Apple’s Logic Pro X, but most of its functions will work equally well with any DAW which supports the MCU protocol. These include Reaper, Cubase, Digital Performer, Adobe Audition and many more.
(Avid’s ProTools is NOT supported in this release. We’re working on a separate dedicated ProTools controller app, which should be available soon)
How to set up on a Mac:
The app is priced at $0.99 at launch.
We’re all waiting for Audiobus 2, so it’s good to know that Stereo Designer is already prepared for the update and will include state saving from day 1 !!!
Here’s what’s new with Stereo Designer:
iFretless Sax has added Inter App Audio in their latest version as well as doing the usual fixing and bug squashing at the same time.
Here’s what’s new in the latest version of DM1 for iPhone:
And here’s what’s new in DM1 for iPad (which is almost completely the same):
Well I think it is anyway, here’s what 4Pockets have changed …
“Changed the way StompBox reacts to a STEREO input. It now treats each channel independently rather than mixing the two channels together prior to effects.”
Here’s what’s new in the latest version of Annoydio: