“This is not a new app, but it doesn’t matter. In this episode I am showing you how to use this app, eventhough it lacks functions that we all have come to rely on.”
Video published by Jakob Haq.
Whilst I do like Sequential, I always thought it was a bit of a shame that it didn’t get updated or developed further. I sort of likened it to Effectrix, obviously Sequential isn’t an FX app itself, but it had that sort of theme to it.
Sequential on the app store:
“Blamsoft F-16 Filter is a new IOS Audio Unit. Attention this Audio Unit is not an app but only an AU which work only with Apps which work with IOS Audio Unit Effects.”
Video published by Synth Anatomy.
Blamsoft F-16 Filter on the app store:
If you hadn’t noticed (I posted a video about it yesterday), Audiobus Remote has been updated so that you can now use it on a single device, making it a lot more useful for quite a few people.
Another video of the OP-Z from Teenage Engineering. I don’t think that there’s anything in there that hasn’t come out before, but if you’re seeing this for the first time it’s worth checking out.
Having got back into the iOS world here’s an update for MegaCurtisBig only a few days after the app was released. Here’s what’s new:
- Play the audio wave glissando with touch
- Optionally scale wave touch to keyboard scale setting
- Fixes keyboard limit to stay within MIDI range
New WAVE button makes the main wave display playable by simply touching it. New KEYED button will quantise the wave touch note pitch to the scale set on the keyboard.
MegaCurtisBig on the app store:
I don’t get to say “… is now on the bus” nearly as much as I used to, nor nearly as much as I’d like these days. Which feels like a big of a shame all in all. However, today I can say it, and it feels good!
trigger seq is on the bus now. Good for alejandro for getting it there.
There’s nothing else I can see in this release for trigger seq, but being on the bus is good enough for version 1.2 I think.
trigger seq on the app store:
I have to say I’m a fan of Marc’s writing, and have been for quite some time. Whilst I’ve never joined in on one of his weekly Juntos I do find them quite diverting as well. However, most of all I enjoy his newsletter, which can be found at http://tinyletter.com/disquiet, and which is always a good read. I thought I’d mention it as I’ve just finished reading the latest this morning, so I decided to recommend it to you. I hope you enjoy it too.
Just in the left hand of this photo you can see about half of an iPhone, and it looks suspiciously like Gadget running on it.
I got the photo from a tweet from SonicState at NAMM. Hopefully this is just another bit of evidence that it is actually coming.