“A demonstration of the up coming Caustic Live real time play/sequencer for .caustic files loaded into Single Cell Software’s Caustic App. This shows the Push like pad sequencer. Still prototype but working good.”
Also worth noting from the comments on YouTube:
“Yes, it is meant for Android. 🙂 I develop on Windows for speed, but it could even potentially end up on Mac and iOS eventually. So to reiterate, the target IS Android.”
Via Musical Android.
StepPolyArp – Midi Step Polyphonic Arpeggiator gets an update with Midi Bluetooth and also the Cubasis sync issue is fixed.
“In this week’s development video, Louis delves into Digits’ powerful phase distortion oscillators. This is only one of the features that makes Digits such a unique and rich sounding synthesizer.”
“I’ve wanted to test out the TNR-i app for some time, but everyone says “MIDI is not supported”. I decided to just test it myself, and I
found it works perfectly to sequence external gear. I had it sequence my Access Virus TI in this video in multi mode.
Well, I think who ever said that was wrong. I’m using version 1.5.2. The most up-to-date version.”
TNR-i on the app store:
He’s been putting in loads of effort recently, so if you want to support him for just $1 a month, head over to his patreon site and sign up.
“In this episode, we’re taking a look at the new MIDI over Bluetooth available with OS X Yosemite. Our demonstration uses the recently updated Caramel, by Holderness Media, one of the first developers to adopt this new feature in their apps. First I show you how to make the connections, followed by a run down of how to set this up inside of Ableton Live to automate our effects.”
Here’s a link to my post from last night about crowdfunding, and specifically how not to do it.
So, if you can, please try and support the Music Hack Space containerville competition entry by liking their video on facebook.
You can find the last round up on this link. Or if you’d like to find all of them just click on the “round up” tag to get all of them in one go.