Midi Fighter Spectra LE Unboxing (video)

Reminder: App Music: Mobile Music Making for Professionals

Matthias Krebs is running his App Music event again this year. Last year there were some really great videos featuring the workshops and performances, so if you’re around Berlin this year take a look. The dates are the 4th to the 7th of August. More information cab be found here.

Cymatics Audiovisual Instrument (video)

Cymatics Audiovisual Instrument. from Nisba on Vimeo.

Video description:

“Interactive installation commissioned by Mac Center for the 2014 Estéreo Picnic Festival in Bogotá Colombia.
The installation is a musical and visual instrument where eight users can make music and see the influence of audio waves on non Newtonian fluid placed inside the speakers.
Four iPads were used as user interface controlling 15 inches speakers working with frequencies of 160HZ, 80 Hz, 40 Hz and 31.5 Hz . Four other user interfaces were made using bare conductive paint to control 12 inches speakers working with harmonics of the dominant frequencies.”

Ohpeewon has moved

In case you missed it, Ohpeewon has moved and become operator 1 now. The new site is here.

KORG M01: Intercontinental – Anthony Seeha and DS-Dominator (video)

ToneStack update coming soon …


Ep.66: Paul Anthony, CEO at Rumblefish (DMT 1-2-1)

Take a look at the iOS Musicians Forum

I’ve been posting about this for a while now, but it does deserve the occasional reminder. If you haven’t been there already then you might want to check out the iOS Musicians Forum. It’s relatively new and a new place to discuss iOS music making and also to promote your music as well.

[KORG DSN-12] Schnitzer Flood (video)

Novation Launchpad is now universal

Novation Launchpad goes to a universal app and works on your iPhone and your iPad too. In fact, the screen shots for the iPhone app version look very cool.

Sometimes I think that this app is a little overlooked. I actually think it’s pretty cool. Having worked with it a whole lot just recently I’ve got a renewed appreciation of what you can do with it.

Of course, it’s still free too.

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