Korg Gadget le arrived too

So Korg have made a free version of their amazing Gadget app. Smart move. So if you’ve always wondered what Gadget was like but couldn’t buy the full version, now you can try it out for free.

The le version has just just 3 gadgets and limited tracks too …

“Although there are limitations to the number of gadgets and tracks that you can use, it’s the easiest way for you to experience mobile music production. The gadgets and functions are expanded if you use “KORG Gadget Le” with Korg Controller products* nano2 series, nano Studio series, or microKEY series”

Even so, it’s a pretty good way to try out Gadget for free.

KORG Gadget 2.1 arrives

Korg’s flagship app gets better and better. Here’s what’s in version 2.1:

  • Support for nanoKEY/KONTROL Studio: automatic optimal MIDI assignment after wireless connection is made, Gadget specific “KORG Native Mode” control
  • Increased MIDI functionality: Advanced mode control for setting MIDI channels and devices
  • Improved latency settings: Detailed settings for audio latency are now available
  • Sharing with iCloud, and an improved user interface for GadgetCloud
  • Fixed an error that caused a crash during remote installs
  • Fixed error that prevented audio input from Dropbox
  • Fixed error that caused timeout error during Gadget restore
  • Fixed error that sometimes caused GadgetCloud to crash
  • Fixed “order by date” error in song list display
  • Other enhancements to make the program easier to use

iDS-10 update brings Korg’s latest app to loads of older devices

Korg do it again. They bring the iDS-10 to a load more devices and add external MIDI and more to their excellent app.

Here’s what’s new:

  • Supported devices now include: iPhone 5/5c, 3rd-4th generation iPads, iPad2, iPad mini
  • External MIDI support: An external MIDI keyboard can now be used
    *Please see the KORG app Help Center for details on settings
  • Bluetooth MIDI support: MIDI connections via Bluetooth are now supported
    *Please see the KORG app Help Center for details on settings
  • Fixed bug that other applications open iDS-10 when using AudioCopy
  • Fixed problem with song playback caused by pattern arrangement
  • Fixed problem that prevented audio export caused by pattern arrangement
  • Other minor bug fixes and improvements

Blocs Wave 1.1 brings fixes, but …

So we’ve had Blocs Wave for only a week or so now, and already there’s fixes (see below), but there’s more to come according to Blocs …

  • Fixed import of mono files
  • Fixed audio glitches when changing tempo
  • Fixed launching app from other hosts (e.g. AUM)
  • Various minor bug fixes and improvements

“We’re working hard to bring exciting new features to Blocs Wave. Please let us know if you have feature requests at support@blocs.cc”

And having met them last week (more on that soon) I can believe them.

Blocs Wave on the app store:

ToyTone gets a nice update

ToyTone 1.2.1 brings us some nice new updates. Here’s what’s new:

  • From this version, a sound goes out of the speaker regardless of a silent switch.
  • Fixed layout broken.
  • Support recording with Inter-App Audio host app.

Video: Audulus – Chladni Sequencer Preview

Video description:

“This is a preview of an upcoming module – stay tuned for more details!”

Video published by Bimini Road.

Audulus on the app store:

Been away, just getting back to normal

You may (or may not) have noticed that the blog has been somewhat silent over the Easter weekend. That’s because I’ve been away for a few days, and have also been ill as well, but enough of that as I’m pretty tired of having a cold that I simply can’t shake.

Anyway, I’m back, and getting up to speed now, so normal posting is about to resume.

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