After what seems like a very long wait, it has finally arrived on iOS. Here’s what SoundCloud’s Pulse will do:
Are you a creator? If you make music, podcasts or anything else audio and upload your work to SoundCloud, this app will let you manage your account and keep your community humming.
You’ll need a SoundCloud account to access SoundCloud Pulse. Don’t have one yet? Download the SoundCloud app or go to SoundCloud.com to create one.
- Reply to comments on your tracks, on the go
- Get up-to-date stats on the performance of your tracks
- Share the sounds you’ve uploaded, both publicly and privately
- Follow other SoundCloud users
- Delete comments and block users
SoundCloud Pulse is free on the app store:
“Made in SunVox: http://warmplace.ru/soft/sunvox
Oscilloscope: OML-3M (in XY mode).”
Video published by Alexander Zolotov.
SunVox on the app store:
In case you’d forgotten, today is the final day for savings on Korg’s Gadget, iDS-10, and Module. Gadget is down from $39.99 to $19.99, iDS-10 is down from $19.99 to $9.99 and Module is down from $39.99 to $19.99.
It’s the last day, so I might remind you later too.
Also, take a look in the ‘app sales‘ page for other bargains.
“This began as a thought – I wanted to be able to turn a knob and create pulses to advance switches, counters, etc. Then I was like, hmm, bet this would work in the audio range as well! And so: the DGS output (green) is a 0 or 1 pulse, and whatever the number is on the bottom of the module, it will pulse that many times during the top knobs sweep.
The pitch is determined by the range (the x button) and how quickly you turn the knob. /2 halves the range.”
Video published by Bimini Road.
Audulus on the app store:
A new app on the way from Ten Kettles. BeatMirror looks very cool actually. Take a look at the page for yourself and sign up for news.
I thought a few people might appreciate these. You have to print them yourself of course, but they’re issued under a CC licence.
You can find them here.