“COMING SOON! iRig Pro DUO – The first truly-mobile, all-platform, fully-featured dual channel interface
To us, “truly mobile” means completely self contained… unhooked from the grid and free to create anytime and anywhere inspiration strikes you on any device.
iRig Pro DUO delivers true mobility in grand fashion. It packs a ton of useful recording features into an extremely compact enclosure that you can take with you anywhere.”
“Here’s a slow freestyle jam with the OP-1, Tinysizer and Korg Volca Beats 🙂 Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c…
Questions or comments? Go ahead and post them below! 🙂 Thanks for watching! Check out my channel for more Synthesizer Music.
Audio gear used:
- Teenage Engineering OP-1 (Supersynth)
- Anyware Instruments Tinysizer Modular Synth
- Korg Volca Beats (drum machine)
- Korg SQ1 Sequencer
- Tascam DR-40 Recorder
My always up-to-date modular synths on ModularGrid:
Filmed with a Canon 550D / Rebel T2i.”
“another jam using the teenage engineering op-1 and bleep labs bleep drum. using the tape function to layer sounds on the fly.”
SoundLab is going a massive event at NESTA on the 25th of November. You can find the full details here.
If you’re involved in music making, teaching, facilitating, or involved with people with learning disabilities and you’re around London on the 25th of November, then sign up for the event here.
Let me know if you’re going to be there.
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: