“B-Step on iPad controlled with a Novation Launchpad MINI and the black Micro Kork produces the sound..
This is a blues chord progression. Edit one bar, copy to the others for each loop and shifting octaves.
You can get B-Step Sequencer for Linux, Windows, Mac and iPad as VST plugin or standalone.”
We started to see how the interface got used to make beats. It was exciting!
Another mobile music alphabet from the past. This time G, with some apps that have disappeared from view and some old favourites in there too. So, what would be in your entries for G now?
“Looking to find good Inter App synths to use with Tabletop?
Hey, this is GSP. I’m back at you with a tutorial/review of my favorite Inter App synths I use with Tabletop. So, I have to say I’m addicted to finding new sounds to use on my tracks. You can never have enough! Well…as much as my 8GB Ipad will allow 🙂
To save you guys some time and money. I’ve put together this tutorial on which are my go to synths. Below is a quick breakdown of these apps, with links. If you have any questions/comments, please me know. Also, check me out at Soundcloud (https://soundcloud.com/gsp1)”
Tabletop at the app store:
This was a big step forward and a really lovely app with great sounds and possibilities.
This is just a first cut of this how to video from the developer of B-Step. There’s going to be a voice over on it soon too.
Amazing to think that back in 2010 Loopseque was just starting out. I can remember how interesting the interface looked and how much I was looking forward to getting my hands on it.
Today you can get it for free, but just today only.
Amazing to think of a time before this stuff was around, but here we are, the first look at the iRig / AmpliTube combo from IK.