— Ashley Elsdon (@IamAshleyElsdon) September 13, 2014
So, just trying to figure out who’s going for the 6 and who thinks that the 6+ is going to be better for music making. Any views as yet? Anyone decided what they’re doing and want to share an opinion or two?
I’d be interested to know as I’m on the fence at the moment.
This is NOiZE Session 3. Featuring Anthony on Drums – Seiju, on Bass – Martyn, and on Lead – Mika (apologies if I got your names wrong!)
Each of these NOiZE sessions was recorded live at the Royal Festival Hall in London on the 6th of September at the Beautiful Octopus Club in the SoundLab NOiZE Space. Each session was created as a live jam and the participants had never seen or used NOiZE before.
NOiZE is a new app for making music in groups. It isn’t on the app store as yet, but should be available by the end of the year.
If you’d like to know more about NOiZE the app, and when it’s going to be available visit this link and sign up:
If you’d like to know more about SoundLab, a project aiming to help people with learning disabilities make music, please visit us at:
Here’s what’s new with AudioShare:
- Support Audiobus 2.1
- Fixes for iOS8
- Native support for 64-bit devices
- Show error if user tries to import iTunes Match song which is not yet downloaded
- Upstream third-party SDK updates
- Fix detection of installed IAA sources
- SoundCloud upload: make tracks not-downloadable by default
- Improve audio paste interface
- Remove old sonoma pasteboard support (not available on iOS7 and later)
- Support bulk audio copy for Retronyms AudioCopy 2
- Improve audio-monitoring logic
- Web browser: Improve detection of audio files
- Fix exporting large files from other apps through AudioShare SDK
- Improve recorder view CPU usage
- Misc improvements, tweaks and fixes
I visited the page and there’s some additional information there, plus you can download the raw data if you want it.
Then you might want to try reading Palmorama as well as Palm Sounds. It might appeal to you retro sense. Give it a go
If you’re interested in seeing Bare Conductive’s new Touch Board which was successfully funded on Kickstarter then you might want to check out this event on Tuesday (yes tomorrow). I’d like to be there, but I just can’t sadly
They’re not only showing the Touch Board, but also their other conductive ink products as well. It’s drop in session so there’s no need to book.
Make your own Beats Electro, House, Hiphop, Minimal, Dubstep, Nujazz …
WEJAAM is a loop-based music sequencer specially designed for playing live, combined with an innovative and powerful randomization tool.
It’s very simple to make a beat, just select from the Djaam library or pick up from the World Jaam community All you have to do to create your own beat is use the hit editor, adding sound, deleting sound, is that easy…
Gives you access to a 5 pads controllers instead of knobs. This way you will simply control various parameters of the sound with your finger on the screen.
WEJAAM’s complete mastering system in a single integrated app includes Limiter, Reverb, Delay, Flanger, Equalizer, Chorus, and Distortion. Based on feedback and requests gathered from mastering professionals, Wejaam includes exclusive controls and features.
With this exclusive feature, you can easily have access millions of possibilities. During your live performance, simply tap on the random bar to bring up a new pattern idea.
Share your jam head to head with friends it’s an unforgettable music experience.
Ready to go now? Make your own song within minutes and sound like a pro. Just record your live performance and create the best traxx ever. Then upload the song and share your mix all around the world.
- Sequencer 6 patterns of 32 notes.
- 6-channel instrument (synthesizer or sampler).
- 1 parametric Filter by channel.
- 2 effect sends per channel (Delay, Reverb, Flanger, Chorus, Overdrive).
- 3-band equalizer.
- Output limiter.
- Export recordings and programs with iTunes.
- Bluetooth Synchronization allows you to play with another person and have the same audio output on each device.
You may have already had this, but if you haven’t or if you’re not an Audiobus user it’s still worth noting:
Hello, friends of Audiobus!
It’s almost iOS 8 launch day, and there are a few things you need to know.
Firstly, as with every major software release, if you’re relying on music apps we recommend using caution before updating, because there’s no going back and early glitches are not uncommon. Definitely make use of our forum and other resources to find out how others are faring on iOS 8.
Right now there’s a bug in iOS 8 on cellular devices (that’s the iPhone and iPad WiFi + Cellular) that stops Audiobus from working when just connected to a cellular network. If this happens to you, simply turn on Airplane Mode, or make sure you’re on a WiFi network. Devices without a cellular radio are not affected. Apple have been made aware of the issue, and we hope a fix will be out soon.
Secondly, before you upgrade, make sure the apps you rely on are listed in the Audiobus iOS 8 Compatible Apps Directory. If not, once you search for an app you can contact the developer to ask them to update, or register to be emailed automatically once iOS 8 support arrives for that app.
Finally, a reminder: the next couple of days are the last you’ll be able to update to the latest version of iOS 7. We recommend doing so now, if you haven’t already.