“It can often be helpful to “ripple” a track when you insert or delete some audio in your project — it pushes or pulls the other audio along by the duration of the clip. It’s easier to demo than to explain, so here’s a demo of it in use.”
I posted about strng being on sale yesterday, but it is for a very good cause and it is on sale all week, so I’ll be reminding you.
If you’ve been around PalmSounds before you’ll know that this will be the fourth year that I’ve been involved in Movember, and if you want to support me and donate to Movember, then you can take a look at my MoBro page right here. If you head over there you’ll also find the latest pictures of my mustache this year, and my attempt at a monkey tail mustache as well!
So, those are your options. Support Movember by buying strng, which is 50% off and down from $1.99 to just $0.99! Or, if you’ve got strng already, donate here.
Here’s strng on the app store, click below …
“How to fade clips in and out, and crossfade between them, in Ferrite Recording Studio”
“This is the third video about Audio Damage Eurorack Module Odio and IOS Stuff. In this video, I connected my iPad with VirSyn Tap Delay App to the Audio Damage Odio Module. I want to show you how easy IOS Effects integrates into EuroRack Modular Synthesizers.
Odio is a 2-in 2-out USB audio interface that runs at modular audio levels, designed primarily for use with iOS devices such as the iPad and iPhone. Easily integrate iPad effects and instruments in to your modular rig for live performance or sketchpad recording, or use a Microsoft Surface Pro or netbook and a simple host to use VST plug-in effects as inserts in your modular.”