“Last night I made a lot of progress adapting the LinnStrument firmware so that it runs off of bus power from my iPad Air. This is a demo with ThumbJam’s Bass Bowed sound, played with note-per-channel MIDI, recorded straight into Auria over Inter-App Audio.
The LinnStrument bus-powered mode is still experimental, but there’s a good chance it will end up in the next firmware update. Note that this will only work with iOS devices that have lightning connectors, 30-pin connectors don’t provide enough power.”
“An explanation and jam session of my new MobMuPlat patch. SUPERLOOPER!! It’s a looper with drums, synth, and pre/post loop effects. This one took over a month to build but I’m super happy with it. Download here: http://goo.gl/I8MLlf“
This is one of the most difficult areas that people struggle with in Sunvox, so it might be useful to have a look at this video to get a grip on the basics.
Laplace Resonator synth from IceWorks, because it really is quite unique and different and produces some truly amazing sounds. I am just loving it completely.
If you missed it arriving on the app store, then have a look at these videos to see what it can do …
And Doug from the Sound Test Room has also done a video demo and tutorial as well …
As Tim points out, I was sort of asking the question in a round about sort of way. But if you do have views, and quite a few people have already expressed very positive feedback, then I’d like to know (click here to leave them for me).
Thanks, in advance.
I haven’t posted about this recently, so if you’re new to Palm Sounds you might not be aware that I’ve been heavily involved in a project called SoundLab which started back in May this year. The SoundLab project is very much to do with making music, and when you visit the site it’ll become clear why I’m involved.
Our project site has been up and running for a while now and I’d love you to go take a look if you can. There’s a lot of good content already, including stuff about the team talking about what the project means to them, and the results from our workshops.
If there’s anything about the project that you want to follow up on with me, you can use the form on the SoundLab site, or contact me in the normal way.
Thanks for taking a look.