If you don’t know about Chirp then you should seriously check it out. It’s a very interesting concept indeed. Transfer any kind of data you want, via sound. Yep, that’s right, via sound.
Chirp has so many different applications and uses it’s amazing, and since the company raised over £700,000 on crowdcube you can expect to see lots of really cool place where Chirp is going to turn up. There’s been a fair amount written about the stuff that Chirp are doing, such as this piece on techcrunch, so it’s definitely worth checking out their site and of course the app too.
I expect to be talking more about Chirp more in the coming weeks and months, so expect more, and expect good things from Chirp.
“Live jam from our talk we gave at Apple Store Berlin. Featuring Elastic Drums, zMors Modular, Studiomux (Midimux&Audiomux), Touchable and Ableton Live on a Laptop. Elastic Drums and zMors Modular were synced via Midimux to the Laptop, which was the tempo host. zMors Modular went directly into the laptop via Audiomux VST Plugin. 2 other iPads were controlling Ableton DAW and Ableton instruments with Touchable. All connections were made with standard lightning cables, no special soundcards or connectors have been used.”
“FigureAddiction 7 is part two in my Production Workflow series, where I am sharing tips and tricks on how to get a better workflow. This time its all about keeping a clean mix! :)”
“Alina String is the upcoming app from Junichiro Yamasaki (insideout ldt.). It’s an iPhone and iPad app that simulates the Solina String Ensemble. Genuine sound sampled from Solina String Ensemble. The app is pre-loaded with 6 instruments (Viola, Violin, Brass, Horn, Cello, Contrabass) and comes with an Reverb that simulates a spring reverb. Also you can find a Bass Tone for Cello, Contra Bass.”