Want to know exactly when AUM is coming?

Then you need to follow this countdown right here. It’s not long to wait now, but if you want the precise timing, check this.

Via Twitter: New PlayGround update

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from http://twitter.com/hloPlayground

SoundCloud Pulse for iOS has finally arrived

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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.

KEY FEATURES

  • 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:

Arduino day 2016

In case you’re interested, Arduino day this year is on the 2nd of April. It’s usually a good event and some interesting projects come up. The page at the Arduino site has a world map showing where events are taking place, so that’s worth taking a look at.

Video: SunVox + Oscilloscope: Silence Artifacts (by NightRadio)

Video description:

“Made in SunVox: http://warmplace.ru/soft/sunvox
Oscilloscope: OML-3M (in XY mode).”

Video published by Alexander Zolotov.

SunVox on the app store:

Video: Audulus … knOSCillator

Video description:

“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:

BeatMirror is coming

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.

Handy arduino business card sized reference

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.

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