And so I’ve now caught up with myself and I’m back on track with the 24 apps of Christmas series! Well for now anyway.
So today’s app in the series is Lemur. I haven’t always been a fan of controller apps, in fact in the early days of iOS I couldn’t really see the point. These days I’ve got a bit of a different take on things. So much so that I’m putting Lemur on my list of 24 apps for this Christmas.
Lemur is as complex as you want to go with it really. You can skim the surface of it or you can dig in deep, and there’s a lot of depth to go down into with Lemur. It really is a very complex beast that can be as powerful as you want it to be. So whether you’re using it to drive external gear or iOS synths it really is a pretty amazing piece of technology.
And of course Lemur is now on Android too, so it just keeps getting better.
Well if Jasuto was one of my list of 24 I couldn’t leave Audulus out. I’m a big lover of the modular format, although strangely have never gone in for an actual modular, at least, not so far. So for now I satisfy myself with software modulars, and one that makes a lot of sense to me is Audulus.
One of the reasons I like Audulus (and there are many) is that it works in so many places. It’s on my iPad, it’s one my iPhone and it’s on my Mac too. It all makes sense and helps in the process of making things. But more than that it’s because Audulus is very versatile and flexible, and is a real synth power house in iOS.
These days there are plenty of modular apps for iOS, lots of good ones too, but Audulus does stand out because of its functionality and also because of just how many updates we’re had from the developer and how it has grown and matured.
So I’m a big fan and I’m very happy to have Audulus on my 24 apps list.
If you did and you missed it, then here‘s where you can start to find out a bit more about this black box thing I’ve been mentioning.
That the Korg sale has been extended so that all of their apps remain on sale until the 31st of December!
Here’s what’s on offer:
And don’t forget that Korg’s latest app has launched. Module arrived and is at its launch price of $29.99, which is 25% off the normal price of $39.99 which it will go back up to on the 31st.
That’s right, in case you didn’t know, FM4 is on sale until the 31st for just $0.99.
So it looks like this tumblr is Miselu getting different people to play the C.24. It looks nice, looks like everyone’s having a good time anyway.