“Someone asked me what apps I have/like/use, so I thought I’d do some videos featuring them in the future. Besides, I’m broke and having to sell some of my hardware instruments, so it’ll probably do me good to investigate bankrupt-proof music making possibilities. Among the many apps I’ve been impressed with is Laplace. This video does nothing to demonstrate the kind of resonant sounds that the app does best, but I was just messing around with it and this fell out. So I recorded it. No additional effects or post-processing was used, just its arpeggiator, built-in reverb and delay. The patch was made by me, starting from a new, empty patch.
The video is of the Imperial War museum at Duxford (UK). Sorry about the wonky horizons, it weren’t my fault, the world kept moving.
The hot, steaming noodles are courtesy of Thailand and contain no musical content.”
“Vinternos! A track based on a Norse scale! The sounds are being produced by Orphion together with one of my 64 Bell presets for Propellerheads Thor. The result is just beautiful as both apps play very nice together.”
“Playground – Music At Your Fingertips.
Playground is a new way to experience the music of artists from around the globe. Swipe and tap on the unique template objects and discover your path to musical expression. Fun and easy to use for beginners, become a real performer by growing your skills. Record and share your favourite sessions with your friends.
Go to http://getplayground.com for more info. Available soon on the appstore.”
“For fitting the pocket operator inside a case you’ll need to snap off the top. It’s totally safe, but it’s always nice to see someone else make the procedure before you butcher your little critter.”
Strange to think that this is where Genome started off. It doesn’t look exactly as it does today, but then that’s not a great surprise really. It’s interesting to look back and see where apps like this started out. You can find the original post here, which has a picture too.
In case you missed it from yesterday, Steinberg brought us Cubasis LE for iOS. Full details are here.