Now this looks really interesting. A new synth app has just arrived, called TubeSynth, and it comes with a warning too! I’m very keen to give this a try too.
New concept of electric music instrument/sequencer. A tube synth consists of several key wave forms which are smoothly connected. Its shape is formed by key waves which are converted in polar-coordinates.
- adjustable Interval duration of each key wave.
- adjustable pitch and amplitude at each key wave.
- Variety of interpolation methods to form waves.
- Adding harmonics and subharmonics with weight.
- Adding reverb.
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TubeSynth costs $2.99 on the app store and is universal:
TC-Data 1.1 brings lots of new stuff …
- MIDI over BlueTooth (Mac)
- MIDI CC Trigger Output
- Touch Size controllers
- Black performance background / grid toggle options
- Touch Preview view stays oriented to device
- New MIDI CC Outputs have unique target CC numbers
- Increased timed controller update rate to 50Hz
- ‘Constant’ menu option sets all output controllers to constants
- OSC target interface improved
- Message list updating optimized
- Crash on duplicating outputs fixed
- Patches erratic saving fixed
- Duplicate Air Drop devices fixed
AudioCopy 3 brings with it a new content store from Retronyms where you can buy loop and sample packs.
It makes a lot of sense if you think about it really. I’m almost surprised that they didn’t do it sooner.
There’s lots of good deals to be had at the moment, especially from VirSyn. Their apps are 50% off until the end of the year. Here’s what’s on offer:
“Apollo Remote Recorder is an iOS app, designed to record synthesizers and sequencers using Audiobus; the recording can be controlled with MIDI (making it easy to turn recording on and off). The built-in web server makes it easy to move recordings from your iOS device to a desktop.
A new feature added to Remote Recorder is the ability to stream audio over WiFi; there as a (free) iOS app that will receive the audio — this is Apollo Sound Injector. Following a number of requests from users, we’ve put together a VST for the PC, and an AU for the Mac. This video covers setting up connections on a Mac to desktop DAWs.”
Don’t forget 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.
“This is a demo of 15 presets from FLUX:FX, processing a simple drum loop.
FLUX:FX is a multi-effect audio processor app for the iPad that lets you ‘play’ your effects. Innovative, intuitive and exciting, FLUX:FX lets you manipulate any audio signal into something entirely new, and redefines the possibilities of audio design and live performance in an app with an almost unlimited range of effect options. FLUX:FX is a truly authentic digital platform for designing your sound. Featuring more than 30 modular effects blocks, a master Performance view with 1-touch interaction, an advanced Edit view with multi-touch and full assignment possibilities, and an innovative Sequencer view to bring motion to the audio signal, this app allows the user to easily create previously unheard sounds. Fully compatible with Audiobus, Inter-App Audio and MIDI, FLUX:FX is made to connect seamlessly with existing live rigs and studio workflows. Designed and built by the collective NOIISE – incorporating the acclaimed US guitarist Adrian Belew, mobile specialists MOBGEN and audio experts Elephantcandy.
Full details on the FLUX:FX application can be found at http://flux.noii.se“