Songtree Recorder – Free Collaborative Music Making app gets an update which they refer to as …
“The most epic of minor updates”
- New startup menu page: start a recording, scroll the latest songs uploaded or explore the community
- Bookmark & Search features: you can now easily find songs and save them to listen or overdub later
- Easily import and export audio via third party apps or software with AudioCopy (via copy & paste), iOS Airdrop and “Open in”
- Other bug fixing
A new controller for your iPhone has arrived, monoleap …
Here are the details …
Monoleap is a new kind of MIDI controller for playing monophonic instruments, such as synth, lead, wind, brass bass.
Once you master the fingering patterns, you’ll be able to play monoleap without looking at the device, and have fine grain control over the instrument sound an articulation by moving your hands horizontally and vertically on the iPAD screen.
For more information on how to setup the instrument and how to play, please download the “Getting Started” guide from the following URL:
Monoleap is free on the app store, just click below:
“In part one of a two part video review, I take a look at Igor Vilisiev’s Fieldscaper, a three track field recorder that allows you to mangle audio into some other worldly soundscapes. I go through all the effects and in part two, I perform a synth bit and warp it into something not of this earth.”
AnalogKit 1.0.2 brings lots of nice little fixes and more:
- Fixed iOS 9 crash when network was unavailable.
- Fixed iOS 9 audio issue when resuming from background.
- Added linear knob control modes.
- Added long press to reorder ports in port settings.
- Updated Audiobus version.
- Fixed inter-app audio issue when launching from host.
- Added inter-app audio host shortcut
- Improve MIDI learn for buttons.
- Fixed error when opening currently syncing projects.
- Rearrange module popup menu to group destructive actions.
- Sequencer now undoable and causes save prompt.
- Fixed inadvertent selection of module in/outs with lasso.
“One or two people have asked me to explain this “thing” I’ve been doing with Borderlands lately. So…
I tried to keep this demo simple so it’s easier to work out what’s going on, but hopefully still produce reasonably musical and interesting stuff. Hopefully.
There are only 12 sampled notes (the rectangular waveforms) and three parts / clouds – the moving circle things. The strings part on the right is cycling through three pairs of two-note chords. Top left are three cycling notes on trumpets, bottom left are three cycling notes on trombone / tenor sax.
Because the three cycles are slightly different lengths and not synchronised in any way, you get the illusion that the piece is constantly evolving – even though it isn’t really – it just takes quite a long time for it to repeat as a whole, even though the three parts themselves aren’t very long. So I call it “semi-generative” music.
I used NI Session Strings and NI Session Horns to produce sustained single notes then imported them into Borderlands and recorded the parts’ motion that you’re watching now.
Hope you find it interesting, and apologies to Michael Nyman fans :-)”
Borderlands Granular on the app store:
In case you didn’t know, Mogees are back on Kickstarter and have over a week to go if you want to grab one of their new devices.