Just a quick reminder that there are more Music Tech Fest dates coming up that might be of interest to you. Here’s what they have planned …
Berlin October 24-26, Paris November 21-23, New York December 12-14, with the addition of São Paulo, Auckland, Umeå, Los Angeles and Amsterdam in 2015.
I’m sure something will fit for you.
STj can be found here.
DJ Player on the app store:
apeFilter is a sophisticated Equaliser, the DSP is based on the Biquad/Cascade filters, very fast! The graphical interaction provides a great tool to design an extremely precise and smooth frequency response by directly manipulating up to 36 Peaks Filters. The Spectral Grid compilers increase the complexity and coherence between the filters bandwidth space. You can create your pitch space by the way of four different criteria of construction by determining a pitches grid: Fibonacci, Harmonic, Geometric and Scalar. Use apeFilter for sculpt your sound through the embedded sampler or LIve from Audiobus or Inter-Audio-App Input. Among the FX chain, an amazing ClassicVerb is available.
- 6 Common Filters: Lowpass, Hipass, Bandpass, Notch, Lowshelf, Hishelf
- 36 Peak Filters for Spectral Grid Compilers
- 4 Spectral Grid Compilers: Fibonacci, Harmonic, Geometric and Scalar
- MIDI Note On/Off messages, for playing Filters Frequency and Filters Peaks Gain
- HV Pad for Filters Interpolations between Bands
- Sampler, embedded
- Three post Fx: Stereo Delay, Amazing ClassicVerb and Dynamic compressor/expander
- Audiobus and Inter-App Audio Support
- AudioCopy and Dropbox
- Midibus Support
- iOs 8 compatible
- All the others common apeSoft features
apeFilter costs $6.99 on the app store:
Live looping iPad performance on two iPads plus a Korg Kaoss pad at B4B3L4B’s Ephemeral Vessels event in Oakland’s Babeland Gallery. CODAME artists showed off interactive installations while ANI made dance music on the middle floor.
Video recorded from a new overhead cam and GoPro.
Free audio download at:
Nice use of NanoStudio.
It’s strange to think of a time when you could round up all the apps for a platform (like iOS) in a single post. But back in 2008 this is what I did. You can read the round up of the first batch of iPhone music making apps right here.