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iProphet Tutorial (video)

Glen Darcey, Arturia VP of Product Management, is your guide and makes you discover all the functionalities and features of the iProphet app.

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Arturia introduces iProphet (video)

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It’s a thing for real … say hello to iProphet

So it really is a thing then … Here’s iProphet.

iProphet recreates the unique sound of the classic Sequential Circuits Prophet VS synthesizer. The Prophet VS’s rareness and classic digital sound make it a mainstay for those who can find them and a seemingly out or reach dream for those who cannot. The sound is purely classic crisp digital sound that easily stands on its own, but at the same time is the perfect compliment to the sound of analog synthesizers. It brings the crystaline vintage sound of four digital oscillators and allows sculpting them using a creamy & warm multimode filter. You can morph the sound of the 4 oscillators using the joystick or the vector mode and the vector envelope.

The iProphet is great for evolving pads, sharp leads and super punchy digital bass sounds and comes with over 500 presets created by some of todays best sound designers. You can also swap presets between iProphet and Arturia’s Prophet V synthesizer which allows you to work on the iPAD and finish in the DAW of your choice.

iProphet supports Core MIDI, interapp-audio as well as Audiobus technologies for perfect integration.

iProphet is also a Tabletop Ready app. You can use it exclusively or along side your favorite Tabletop instruments.

iProphet costs $9.99 on the app store:

0 comments on “The Build — Tabletop 2.6 and iProphet (video)”

The Build — Tabletop 2.6 and iProphet (video)

Tabletop on the app store:

iProphet on the app store:

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Tabletop 2.6 arrives

Here’s what’s new in Tabletop:

For Tabletop 2.6 we’ve added the Tabletop-Ready polyphonic-beast-of-a-synthesizer, iProphet.

We’re also introducing a new device we call Interfx, an Inter-App Audio Effects Slot.

We’ve squashed a lot of bugs and spent a ton of time testing, refining, and testing some more. We can’t wait to hear what you’ll do with this release! Stability and Performance is improved across the board.

Thanks for the continued support and being an awesome community of music makers.

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Pull version 2 has arrived

Synthtopia tells about version 2 of this control template for Ableton and M4L.

What’s new? Here you go …

  • Control of VST, AU plugins and Max for Live Devices directly from your iPad
  • A template for every live native device (over 60 templates).
  • A simple framework to create your own templates (no Max development needed. You can simply create all of your templates in Lemur)
  • Mixing controls for tracks
  • Navigation between devices/tracks – even inside rack chains
  • Rename drum pad names
  • Drum rack slider scrolling – scroll up/down.
  • Detailed template creation tutorial
  • Demonstration templates for CamelCrusher VST and XVAnalogFilter Max for Live Device
0 comments on “In case you missed it, apeFilter arrived this morning”

In case you missed it, apeFilter arrived this morning

In case you missed it, apeFilter arrived this morning. All the details are in the original post here.

0 comments on “Cotracks For iPad, Setting Up And Getting Started (video)”

Cotracks For iPad, Setting Up And Getting Started (video)

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Master of Man Soundpack (Week 2) (video)

Video description:

“In week 2 of our FREE weekly soundpacks, Alex shows off his custom soundpack “Master of Man” for Ableton Live. So grab a midi controller and have some fun!”

0 comments on “Studio Amplify’s NOiZE app being a hit at the Royal Festival Hall for the Beautiful Octopus Club”

Studio Amplify’s NOiZE app being a hit at the Royal Festival Hall for the Beautiful Octopus Club

I’ve been meaning to post these for a while now, and as it is the last day of September it seemed like a good day to post about this one last time.

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