1 comment on “Mastering coming to Android? It would look like it”

Mastering coming to Android? It would look like it

This is coming from the maker of Caustic (iOS and Android), and it looks pretty good too.

Video description:

“Mastering is possible on a mobile device bringing many pro-audio style tools to your mobile device to polish up your music project, from whatever source you created it in. This is a sneak peek at what you can do with the Mastering App from Single Cell Software, the home of Caustic. I am quite impressed with Rej’s latest creation, and am excited for its upcoming release to the public in 2016!”

Video published by EIPStudiosOhio.

0 comments on “Video: apeDelay 1.2 Drone”

Video: apeDelay 1.2 Drone

Video description:

Coming in 1.2 …

  • Ableton Link in integration, find out more about Link at http://ableton.com/link
  • New SYNC for LFO and Sequencer
  • New Input Spectroscope view
  • New Noise Gate parameter
  • New exp/log scale for “Multi-Slider”
  • Freeze now is working with Decimator/Granulate/Noise Gate and Blur
  • New Frequency range selection for stereo Delay Pads
  • New iCloud Drive and Document Picker for Presets and Files
  • MIDI Clock improved
  • Improved Toggle Interaction
  • Audiobus latest SDK update
  • Midibus latest SDK update
  • Bluetooth Audio IO support
  • Bluetooth MIDI LE Support
  • Added Preset Manager ‘Open In…’ Support
  • Added Preset Manager ‘Sends the audio files used from the Bank’
  • Added File Manager ‘Send E-Mail’ Support
  • Audio Engine Optimisation

Published by Alessandro Petrolati

apeDelay on the app store:

0 comments on “synthQ 1.044 brings AudioShare and SoundCloud”

synthQ 1.044 brings AudioShare and SoundCloud

synthQ gets an update with some new options in the recording share menu. It now has AudioShare support, and SoundCloud support.

0 comments on “Video: Mixtikl 7 – Live mixing with generative music & loops”

Video: Mixtikl 7 – Live mixing with generative music & loops

Video description:

Mixtikl is a deep app and there is a lot to it. This video shows some of the techniques that can be used to live build a mix with a lovely feel.

Before starting, a random mix was made and a couple of FX added, but this is about how you can use the depth in Mixtikl to go on from there to create something custom.

The video also shows how the simple custom pattern voice with bass sound that was created can be exported to clipboard and then imported as a Wotja Custom Player. For those that want to hear it live, the Wotja Music URL is here: https://twitter.com/wotja/status/705432515021049856

The 4 generative content cells in the mix were subsequently exported to clipboard, imported into Noatikl and merged to create a single piece. This was then exported to clipboard and imported into Wotja and then tweeted as a Wotja Music URL: https://twitter.com/wotja/status/705439282920558593

Some of the techniques used:

  • Adding a pattern and editing it
  • Using and editing a sound preset (DSynth for a nice soft bass)
  • Adding 2 loops (horn sounds from the free to download Tiklpaks)
  • Tap play and dragging to change pitch of note
  • Changing a visualiser setting
  • Making and previewing a live recording and setting the recording length
  • Exporting generative content from a cell to clipboard
  • Importing that into Wotja as a Custom Backing and then tweeting!

The above only just scratches the surface of what could be shown….”

Video published by Intermorphic.

Mixtikl on the app store:

0 comments on “Back in 2007: StompBox for Windows Mobile”

Back in 2007: StompBox for Windows Mobile

This app from 4Pockets started off on the Windows Mobile platform before eventually moving over to iOS.

In this post I first stumble over it and find out a little bit about it.