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dot Melody Video Manual pt 2 : the Sequencer (video)

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0 comments on “ARPIO — A New Musical Instrument for Android (video)”

ARPIO — A New Musical Instrument for Android (video)

Video description:

ARPIO is a new musical instrument designed to play arpeggios*. Move up-and-down the matrix to set the pattern’s speed, or left-and-right to set its pitch. Tilt the device to control volume and pitchbend, or shake for vibrato.

A similar version of ARPIO is available on iOS devices, under the name Arpeggionome (http://arpeggionomepro.com)

*An arpeggio is a musical technique where notes in a chord are played in sequence, rather than ringing out simultaneously.

0 comments on “Question for developers … Who is looking at IK’s iRing SDK?”

Question for developers … Who is looking at IK’s iRing SDK?

After yesterday’s announcement from IK about their new iRing hardware I did notice in the press release that they have an SDK for developers to integrate iRing compatability into their apps.

Whilst I’ve only had a brief amount of time to play with this so far I can see that it could add some really interesting dimensions to a lot of apps. So my question is, are any developers looking to integrate this? I’d love to know.

0 comments on “Is it just me who can see the musical applications of this hardware?”

Is it just me who can see the musical applications of this hardware?

Video description:

“Canopy is a Minneapolis-based innovative company made up of a dedicated and inspired team of people devoted to creating services and technologies that elevate mobile experiences. We make Sensus, the world’s first app enhancing case — adding touch interface to the sides and entire back of your mobile device through patent-pending variable pressure technology.”

I can see immense uses for this as an expressive musical interface that could work with loads of apps. Is it just me?

0 comments on “Audulus Audio Unit beta available”

Audulus Audio Unit beta available

Audulus is on iOS (universal), Mac OSX and now it’s an Audio unit too. Some interesting feedback on the Audulus forum too.

0 comments on “Here’s a thing, $35 for a wireless MIDI interface!”

Here’s a thing, $35 for a wireless MIDI interface!

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mi.1 : Wireless MIDI Interface from QUICCO SOUND on Vimeo.

Here’s another thing to spend your hard earned money on … the mi.1 : Wireless MIDI Interface on Indiegogo.

0 comments on “Anonymous Animal – Session 1 (video)”

Anonymous Animal – Session 1 (video)

Video description:

Gear Used:

  • Roland sp 404sx (wave sampler)
  • Microkorg
  • Lotus Bass
  • Line 6 M13 (effects pedal)
  • Boss DD3 (digital delay)
  • Akai LPD8 (2)
  • Korg Kaoss Pad 3 (2)
  • Ipad Air running SampleTank (communicated with iRig)
0 comments on “iRing – The first motion controller for iOS music apps & more – out now!”

iRing – The first motion controller for iOS music apps & more – out now!

0 comments on “Adobe Voice comes to your iPad”

Adobe Voice comes to your iPad

I thought that this was an interesting development from Adobe …

“Voice helps you create stunning animated videos in minutes. No filming — just talk to tell your story. Pick from over 25,000 beautiful iconic images to show your ideas and Voice automatically adds cinematic motion and a soundtrack. Persuade, inform and inspire anyone online. Make an impact.”

Adobe Voice is free on the app store:

0 comments on “dot Melody Video Manual pt 1 : Overview (video)”

dot Melody Video Manual pt 1 : Overview (video)