A new FX app arrives that can be used in a number of different ways. RP-1 is an Audio Unit, IAA effect and works with Audiobus. If that wasn’t enough it has Link too! This is the first in a range of FX apps that Numerical Audio are creating, so I think that there’s good stuff to come.
Here are the app store details:
Two separate (stereo) delay lines allow for a wide range of effects ranging from basic slapback and ping-ping type echos to complex modulations and soundscapes.
- Digital Stereo Delay with High- and Lowpass filters, Stereo spread and Looping
- Separate modulation Delay for Chorus, Vibrato, Flanger and Panning effects
- Both sections can be bypassed individually
- Mod section can be routed pre or post delay
- Delay Times from 10ms to 2000ms (or 1/32 to 2bars)
- Tempo Sync via AudioUnit Host or Ableton Link
- Tap Temp and Manual Tempo
- Normal, Dotted and Triplet
- Stereo Spread
- Simple 1-Button Looping
- AudioUnitV3 Effect
- Inter-App Audio Effect
- Audiobus (Filter)
- Ableton Link
- USB Audio Interface
RP-1 costs $5.99 on the app store now:
“Samplr is a unique app. It is safe to say there’s nothing out there that does what it does in terms of sample manipulation. Because of this I decided to give Samplr some extra attention to get electronic musicians to get on board.
Of course there is vested interest involved. The app hasn’t been updated in a while and I’d like the developer to keep maintaining it so we can enjoy this amazing app further down the line. So there’s hope that the more people get the app the more likely it is to get developed further. Thanks”
Video published by Wojtek Domagalski.
samplr on the app store:
Here’s what’s new …
“Version 1.2.0 includes many improvements under the hood improving stability, iOS 9 compatibility and more. Additionally this new version of Quincy offers 10 new modules as individual add-ons. A module collection is also available at half price.”
Quincy on the app store:
“So, I decided to do a beat with iOS apps for iPad this week, hope you like it!!
Feel free to Share and SubscrRRRRRRiBE!!!!
See you next week!
5 APPS, 1 DEVICE!! (Fugue Machine, iPatterning, Thor, iKaossilator & Garageband for iPad)“
Video published by SugoiGaijin.
“This is a quick overview and test of the New DRC analog modelling synth app, by Imaginando. We quickly go over the oscillators and show some of this apps really great features. This one is pretty excellent, and it was a free download! Definitely worth checking out!
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Video published by Expanding Sound.
DRC on the app store:
“Teenage Engineering PO-12 Rhythm, PO-20 Arcade & PO-28 Robot with a Korg KP-mini doing a live improvisational synth jam.
This is more of an experiment really but it’s the first of a series of recordings I’ll be doing during my lunch breaks. You see, I started a new diet and I’m not going out for lunch anymore so I have some free time. This was the first test run to see how things would go.
I’m building a larger, all battery powered mini-studio that will fit inside an aluminum case. It will use my Novation Circuit, Pocket Operators, Volca Keys, a couple guitar pedals and a battery powered mixer recording into the trusty DR-05. BUT.. I haven’t finished building that yet so this was just a mess around with the PO’s.
Don’t expect anything magical here. I’m just messing around and I’ve found this particular signal chain seems to introduce a lot of noise. It’ll be better when I split the sync off and send the audio for the PO’s into the mixer individually.
Thanks for watching.
Video published by Matt Greer.
CZ App for iPad updates to version 1.1.0. Here’s what’s new in this version:
- Changes will be reflected in the sound when manipulating envelope while pressing the keyboard
- Added MIDI player function
- Added Bluetooth MIDI connection to config menu
- Added ON / OFF switch of background audio to config menu
“iPad 2, FugueMachine four midi outputs transposed to quad synth in Audulus
Apropos of this thread:
Video published by Far Guitar Soul.
Audulus on the app store:
“Just thought I would make a new video with sinusoid to show all the changes that has been made over the years.”
Video published by humbletune (who is a pretty awesome chap)
You can find sinusoid on the app store:
You should also check out his other amazing apps like nils, frekvens, brother, shapesynth, strng and e-l-s-a. They’re all good, but my fav at the moment has to be frekvens (and nils).
“As a beginner, It can be hard knowing what music apps to get. there are tons of them out there. well, here’s some advice on how to think when buying apps.”
Video published by Jakob Haq.