Tuna Knobs now 200%+ funded


Still plenty of time to grab these, their kickstarter has over a week left.


Gliderverb by Amazing Noises, Demo and Tutorial for iPad (video)

In case you missed my piece on Android …

You can find it here. It’s a little look at where we are with Android.

ToneStack: High Quality Preset Demo (video)

Mitosynth 1.1 is live with IAA and more

Here’s what’s new with Mitosynth:

Major new features:

  • Inter-App Audio support
  • Audiobus State Saving
  • Painter mode: Paint your own single-cycle waveforms into the Wavechamber
  • Gridcøre mode: Assemble waveforms into a grid, morph across them in 2D
  • Create “packages” from your patches, to share with others
  • 20 additional built-in patches

Other neat stuff:

  • Additional musical scales & ability to transpose them
  • Adjust tuning & mix levels in the wave chamber (e.g. you can make pre-baked chord patches)
  • Can type in exact values for dial settings (& don’t forget: you’ve always been able to fine-tune settings by dragging downwards while adjusting them!)
  • Lots of extra flexibility in patch design, including enhanced settings for Bit Crush, High Pass, Low Pass, Pitch Bend, use Tube Resonance in the Prefilter
  • And of course various minor stability, performance & UI improvements.

Turquoise DS for iPad Demo and Setting Up with Audiobus 2


GliderVerb is a “Reverberator with Glissandos” simulating a room gradually changing its shape. It is an expanded version of an algorithm created by James McCartney for his Supercollider 2 programming language.!
The original algorithm had no user-variable parameters: this device adds a series of parameters to create a wide palette of effects; from evolving reverberations to granular disintegration to smooth resonances.!

And it’s free …

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