And it looks pretty impressive too. There’s lots of detail about the app and screen shots and more. It looks like a pretty impressive app all in all. Not long to wait now.
Take a look at Yonac’s ToneStack site for yourself.
Flying Haggis – Guitar Amp added a ‘Flying Haggis’ preferences panel to the iOS Settings app, with the following features:
- Background audio (On/Off)
- Enable MIDI control (On/Off)
- Primary MIDI Channel Number (1-16)
- MIDI Bank/Preset Control (On/Off)
Fixed bug in Audiobus implementation (did not work reliably when loaded into the effects slot).
Improved sound quality when using a guitar interface which plugs into the 3.5mm headset socket.
Display a warning message if Flying Haggis does not have permission to listen to the mic input on iOS7 (along with instructions on how to fix this in the Settings app)
Mitosynth on the app store:
Here’s what she’s got to say …
“Hey guys, I know its been forever but my new bundle of joy has allowed me to finally get back to the music. So I’m Back!!!
Here’s a remix of one of my originals that I was messing around with to mix things up for my live show. I created the arrangement in the iPad using MowCowMusic’s Looptical app. Then I combined all the parts and exported to Cubasis where I recorded the vocals… good times!
Feel free to take my originals home with you by visiting iTunes(http://bit.ly/EOAiTunes) or other fine digital retailers…”
I know that we’ve heard it before, but Musical Android (excellent Android music app blog) has uncovered this, which looks like the real thing. If it is in fact true then this could open up Android to a whole new raft of music and audio apps, which could change things.
Obviously it’s early days, and Android L isn’t out in the wild, but I’ll be interested to hear from people who are developing existing apps as to what they think about audio under Android L.
Nothing stands still in mobile music does it!
Here’s what to expect:
- Multiline labels for sliders, knobs, buttons and crossfaders
- URL launching (launch AudioBus apps, open messages App, URLs, etc.)
- MIDI Designer can optionally avoid being suspended in background
- Page and Bank Jump Buttons, including jump back to last page
- Create menu systems: All Page and Bank Jump, Next-Previous Buttons now can work on “other” side (iPad only)
Minor New Features
- New design-mode marker for Hide in Performance
- Lines extend from controls in design mode for easier alignment
- Gridlines on pedalboards in design mode
- New textures: Cheese Grater, Tripping Bubbles, Pulsar, Hemoglobin
- Bring to Front in Performance (Toggle)
- Bank button will not be visible if one bank (and other, similar cases)
- Big fixes to presets for groups and global presets (their interaction)
- Presets not being saved with rig when saved/mailed ( see on the Q&A Site )
- Fixed snap-to-default and snap-to-value times, should be right on
- Fixed behavior for both inverted ticks and named ticks relating to MIDI Receive
- Channel Changer/Preset supercontrols
- Subcontrols spinning supercontrols
- Supercontrols spinning subcontrols
- Fixed “latch” (also called “make toggle and hold”)
- Fixes for button groups, latch (“make toggle”) and momentary buttons
- Fixes for consistency with send-on-only for controls and supercontrols of buttons
- Fixed subcontrols not spinning supercontrols if not visible
- Updated splashes to show new company name: Confusion Studios
- Adjusted Casio and Antares layouts to have one bank (bank selectors disappear)
- Obscure annoyance with new installs on iPhone and adding first control
- Removed mail-signup nag