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Video description:

“A quick overview of what’s available in the Content Store and how to use Sound Packs in various apps.

We’ve partnered with Loopmasters, leading provider of royalty free loops and sounds for pro music production.”

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Stereo Designer Mini from Holderness Media arrives

Holderness Media brings us Stereo Designer Mini!

Stereo Designer Mini is an easy to use multi-purpose stereo shaping tool for Audiobus and Inter-app Audio. Create unique wide stereo image, “stereoize” a mono sound source, apply mid/side processing, independent high and low pass filters per channel, and more.

Process synths, drum machines and hundreds of other apps by connecting through Audiobus. Use Stereo Designer Mini as an effect inside DAW apps such as Garageband, Multitrack DAW, and AudioShare using Audiobus or Inter-app audio.

Stereo Designer Mini supports Core MIDI via the Camera Connection kit, USB MIDI interfaces, Virtual MIDI and WiFi connections. The MIDI Learn function lets you easily assign your MIDI controller’s knobs and sliders to control Stereo Designer’s effect parameters.

Here’s what users are saying:

” With Stereo Designer, Christopher has created one of the most impressive/creative stereo enhancement processors I’ve ever had the pleasure to use. If there was a VST/AU version for the desktop then I’d buy it in a heartbeat….”
– Music App Blog (www.musicappblog.com)

“Add depth to your sounds –
This can help add a missing dimension to your music. Try running a synth or drum app through it. Use an audio interface to process guitars, hardware synths, or even a signal from your desktop DAW. It works really well with the developer’s other apps too. Great with Audiobus.”
– dmonterroso (AppStore review)

In addition to Audiobus and Inter-app Audio support, Stereo Designer Mini can also process external instruments such as guitar, voice and synths by connecting a microphone or professional audio interface such as the Apogee Jam, ONE, or any iOS compatible USB audio interface. Guitarists can use our effects live by connecting the output of their audio interface to an amp.

For more info and video demos visit: http://stereodesignerapp.com

Check out our entire FX series including Caramel, Crystalline, Echo Pad and Swoopster!


  • requires iOS 8.0 or later
  • iPhone 5 or newer
  • Audiobus 2 compatible (Effect, state saving)
  • Inter-App audio compatible (effect node)
  • Compatible with DAW apps such as Garageband and Multi-track DAW
  • compatible with USB audio interfaces
  • Core MIDI compatible


  • Control individual Left/Right channel volume, panning, filter and more.
  • Mid/Side (M/S) processing mode lets you adjust the volume, high and low pass filters for Mid and Side independently.
  • Widen or reduce the stereo width of an input signal.
  • Independent panning position of each channel, allowing for interesting stereo placement.
  • Individual High and Low Pass filter per channel for additional stereo shaping.
  • Phase (polarity) invert Left/Right channels.
  • Isolate the Left or Right channel and manipulate the resulting mono signal.
  • “Stereoize” mono inputs using individual channel delay + High and Low Pass filters.
  • Sum Left and Right channels to mono.
  • Audiobus 2 compatible with state saving
  • Inter-app Audio compatible
  • Core MIDI compatible, works with any MIDI controller via MIDI Learn

Stereo Designer Mini works with just about any professional iOS compatible USB audio interfaces. Here is a list of interfaces that have been tested and verified to be compatible:

  • Apogee Jam and Jam 96k
  • Apogee Mic
  • Apogee ONE for iPad/Mac
  • Apogee DUET for iPad/Mac
  • Apogee QUARTET for iPad/Mac
  • iRig
  • iRig HD
  • iRig iMic
  • Focusrite Scarlett series (*requires USB hub)
  • Alesis io2
  • Alesis IO Dock
  • Behringer UCA202
  • many more 

The app costs $1.99 on the app store

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0 comments on “New ELECTRIBE 2 Review! Part – C Audio Export to Ableton Live 9 – Track "Be All End All"”

New ELECTRIBE 2 Review! Part – C Audio Export to Ableton Live 9 – Track "Be All End All"

Video description:

“Using the “Audio Export” “to Ableton Live” feature on the new Electribe 2 – I made this new song, exported it to SD card, and you can see all the layers here – each part receives it’s own audio loop in Ableton ( as a .WAV ) in the folder.
This is before adding any extra FX or vocals in Ableton, so you can hear the direct output. All I did was arrange my loops in a sensible order, and you can hear them at the end.
This track is modestly named “Be All, End All” ; – ) Lyrics TBA

Subscribe to VJ Franz K for more videos like this! Electribe master with a decade of experience on the entire series of machines. Ask questions, leave requests and comments!

All music featured in this video is my original composition, played with the synthesizer I am reviewing.”

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I was considering the impact of Apple’s new iPhone on the PDA world … You can read about it right here.
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