Well that’s good news. WaveMachine Labs is bringing Auria Pro to us soon, this spring anyway. Here’s what to expect …
Comprehensive MIDI capabilities including:
- MIDI sequencing
- Tempo and Time-signature tracks
- Piano roll editor
- Real-time MIDI parameters including quantize, velocity shift, velocity compression,
- length compression, random, delay, legato and transpose
- Groove template quantizing with built-in DNA grooves (additional grooves available for
- MIDI processing functions including Transpose, Fixed Length, Velocity Gain, Fixed
- Velocity, Delete Notes, Delete Controller, Restrict Polyphony, Optimize Controller Data,
- Humanize, Delete Overlaps, Crescendo, Reverse, Pedal to Length, Velocity Rescale,
- Velocity Range, Velocity Curve and Compress/Limit
- FabFilter Twin 2 Analog synth built in
- WaveMachine Labs multi-format sampler built in
- Powerful new audio routing with flexible busses
- Real-time audio warping using Elastique Pro v3
- Audio quantize feature
- Transient slicing
- Audio to MIDI conversion
- Unlimited tracks
- 6 AUX sends
- Project templates
- Updated graphics and overall performance improvements
Auria Pro will be available Spring 2015 and will be priced at $49.99 USD, and existing Auria users will also be able to upgrade to Auria Pro for a reduced price. Pricing for the standard Auria version will be $24.99.
“Quick demo of the upcoming Figooroo app for iOS (running on iOS simulator)
Music by Missing Figures #MadeWithFigure”
“Please excuse my sloppy finger drumming, also the ipad is not midi synced to the electribe, just pressed play on both to get them in time with each other.”
Samplr on the app store …
CDM posts about a new free tool set for sound and synthesis in iOS and Mac apps. It sounds really good, but you still need to know about coding to use it. It isn’t a solution for the non programmers.
The AudioKit site has loads of tutorials and examples, so if this is something you wanted to delve into then it’s worth a look.
“This video demonstrates how a QuNeo MIDI Pad Controller can be used to controll GuitarCapo+ using the Pad Mode feature. Chords notes from GuitarCapo+ is sent to another app named Alchemy through the MIDI out feature. Audio is sent further with Audiobus through two effect apps named Crystalline and AUFX:Dub.”
“Is it possible to get the Roland MC-202 on the iPad? Yep, just about!”
Sorry, a bit silly I know, but fun!
If you want to enter the TC-Helicon Voice Jam Studio $12,000 contest you’ve still got plenty of time, all the details are right here. The contest is open until the 5th of February.
I’ve used an AlphaSphere quite a lot in the last few months and I have to say that I’ve been really impressed with it. I knew that they were planning an entry level unit and now it’s here! The AlphaSphere Me!
I’d expected it to be a lot more expensive than the price they’re offering pre-orders at. £150 is pretty good value for a controller like this.
Anyway, if you’re interested you should take a look at their store page for the new model.
Olegtron* 4060 from Samuel van Dijk on Vimeo.
“The Olegtron* 4060 is a compact oscillator/divider box capable of creating unique signals and sequences through a revolutionary programming method of sticking components to it’s patchboard. The device can be used as a standalone sound generator that connects with a 3.5mm stereo jack output or to control a wide variety of machines, such as toys or synths with control voltage, clock or gate input.
Here the 4060 is controlling the Anyware Tinysizer through clock and gate signals. The 4060’s output is going through the Tinysizer’s multimode filter. Thanks to Olli Suorlahti for donating this fun and very powerful machine!
I’m a big fan of this little box, it really is awesome and it’s great to see it getting some decent coverage.
I posted this video of Michael Tyson’s (he of AudioBus and Loopy fame) new open source sync engine. The site for the engine is here where you can sign up for details when they become available.
CDM picked up on this story too and ask some good questions too. This could be a very good thing for iOS, but that of course depends on take up.
I’ll be watching this very closely indeed.