“Happy New Year!! This is a video I put together in order to test out these great new apps on my iPad Air 2—Svep chorus and flanging by Klevgränd, Echo Pad by Holderness Media, and Reverb by Amazing Noises. I did the loops in Loopy by A Tasty Pixel and controlled them with IK Multimedia’s BlueBoard Pedal. AudioBus also played a crucial part in this production. I used GarageBand for Mac as a receptacle for the audio and movie syncing with no additional processing, so what you hear is the direct sound. It’s another improv moment that I hope develops into a tune. Enjoy my process and the app demo. thanks for watching!!”
“This is a demo of SoftBitsLive. SoftbitsLive was created to make programming an Arduino easy. SoftBitsLive was inspired by the Scratch for Arduino project and the simple hardware interface created by littleBits.”
More about Softbitslive here.
Really enjoying this thing.
“Just a really short demo to show how to make swells using the portamento feature of Rhythm Core Alpha 2, the amazing music creation system for the Nintendo DSi and 3DS portable game consoles.
When using portamento, if the volume of the notes is different, it will change instantly when it starts gliding to the 2nd note. If you are careful to draw in all of the steps of the transition, you can approximate things like brass swells.”
“Just a really short tutorial to show the portamento feature of Rhythm Core Alpha 2, the amazing music creation system for the Nintendo DSi and 3DS portable game consoles.
Portamento is when the pitch glides between notes. To use portamento, make sure it is turned on for the current sound from the Load and Modify Sound menu (go there by clicking on the sound name on the block screen). Then draw your two notes. Finally, take the tail of the earlier note and drag it over one beat so it overlaps (in time) the 2nd note. The pitch will glide between note 1 and note 2 when they are played.”
Actually it looks pretty straightforward too. I’m going to have a try of this soon too.
Just me playing with a very old app, RandGrid, which isn’t even on the app store any more.