Sound Design iOS App in Focus – Creative Sampling Using Samplr w/ Dubspot’s Matt Cellitti

AUFX series get updated

Kymatica’s AUFX series of apps (Dub, Space, and PeakQ) get updated. Here’s what’s new:

  • Update for 64-bit devices
  • Update to Audiobus SDK 2.1.3b4
  • Fixes for iOS 8
  • Improvements for handling audio session interruptions
  • Improvements for handling headphone connection
  • Fix crash when loading presets on iOS 5
  • Fix crash when leaving the AUFX series view before it has loaded
  • Fix rate/review link

Bare Conductive: Touch Board’s On Board MIDI Tutoral (video)

On Board MIDI Tutoral from Bare Conductive on Vimeo.

“The Touch Board has a powerful MP3 decoder chip that can also decode MIDI notes from its onboard MIDI tone library, which is capable of playing multiple samples simultaneously. To use the Touch Board’s stand-alone MIDI functionality, also known as Real Time Midi Mode, you have to make some physical changes to the board.”

KORG iKaossilator 3 arrives

Here’s what’s new in KORG’s iKaossilator 3.0:

  • Ableton Project Export: The ability to export a project to Ableton Live.
  • iKaossilator Expansions: “EDM” sound set is now available via In-App Purchase.
  • Fixed an issue that Shared Loop List did not work.
  • Other small tweaks have been made to improve usability and stability.

dot Melody’s MIDI Out IAP is currently free

Olympia Noise Co have made the MIDI out in app purchase in dot Melody free at the moment. Of course, if you don’t have the app itself that won’t help you, but if you do, you should grab the free IAP.

New stuff coming to the Oscillator

How To Export a Korg Gadget Project to Ableton Live Lite (Sound Test Room video)

Magellan Jr 2.1 bring IAA FX and more

Here’s what’s new in Magellan Jr 2.1:

  • • iOS 8 compatibility
  • • Magellan Jr now also works as an Inter-App Audio FX
  • • Newest Audiobus SDK
  • • Audiobus state-saving
  • • Lots of other updates & improvements

AUDIO HACK SF: Rethinking Music Creation (you’ve got 2 days to register)

Having just been involved in the Music Tech Fest Hackathon when I was alerted to this event by a friend at Gobbler I knew that I had to post something about it. This sounds like a really interesting event. Here’s what it’s aiming to do:

“Audio Hack SF is focused exclusively on hacking the music creation experience, versus the music consumption experience. Audio Hack SF will explore music creation technologies, products, and paradigms, including MIDI, OSC, CV, plug-ins, DAWs, controllers, mobile apps, and more, in search of new possibilities.”

So this is the kind of thing you’re interested in and you can be there, register now!

Apple – September Event 2014 (video)

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