0 comments on “Video: Korg Gadget Le – Free Version of Gadget Workstation”

Video: Korg Gadget Le – Free Version of Gadget Workstation

Video published by Synth Anatomy.

Korg’s Gadget LE on the app store:

1 comment on “Video: nanoloop mono prototype first test loop”

Video: nanoloop mono prototype first test loop

Video description:

“A 3-channel analog synthesizer on a Game Boy cart. Sound comes from the Game Boy’s headphone output.”

Video published by nanoloop.

0 comments on “Mogees 1.7 arrives with a new synth and more”

Mogees 1.7 arrives with a new synth and more

Introducing SCOPE – the new sound engine for MOGEES that uses real-world vibrations to shape your sound.

With SCOPE, the natural sonic properties of the objects you play are captured by the Mogees sensor, then re-synthesised with the melodic pitch of your choice.

Wood, metal, glass and even flowing water can retain their unique timbral qualities while being re-synthesised into deep bass sounds, ambient pad resonant harmonics, and much more.

MUON – Updated to have improved natural tone from the objects you play. New presets such as DAYAN and SPRING transmit the sonic character of your playing to bring liveness to your sound.

SIMPLIFIED INTERFACE – the Mogees app now allows instant access to sound engines and presets through a simpler workflow.

0 comments on “Video: Designing BIG sound with FX – haQ attaQ 148”

Video: Designing BIG sound with FX – haQ attaQ 148

Video description:

“In this episode I’m using Emo chorus, Stereo Designer and Reverb FDN to make an OP-1 sound bigger and wider.”

Video published by Jakob Haq.

0 comments on “Blocs Wave 5.0 brings even more features”

Blocs Wave 5.0 brings even more features

This app just gets better and better. Blocs version 5 has arrived, here’s what’s new:

Blocs Wave now has a user library, which lets you manage your imported and recorded sounds. This means you can now use your imported and recorded loops in Discover mode, keep all your recordings safe, edit multiple library sounds, and even re-import your sounds with a new Flatten feature.

Highlight Features

  • Never lose your recorded or imported sounds – Find them in the user library
  • Use your own sounds in Discover mode – Easily combine your own sounds with soundpacks
  • Edit multiple sounds – Delete, reassign key and type for multiple sounds at once
  • Use Flatten to trim and save sliced or looped sounds to your user library

0 comments on “Video: IK’s VocaLive 3 vocal app – Overview”

Video: IK’s VocaLive 3 vocal app – Overview

Video description:

“The first professional vocal processor for live performance and multi-track recording on iPhone/iPad. More information at http://www.ikmultimedia.com/vocalive

VocaLive lets you create amazing vocal effects by chaining up to 4 effects procesors into a single effects chain, just like you would in the studio. Use VocaLive on stage as your own personal controllable vocal effects processor adding lush reverbs, delays, multi-part harmonies, creative effects and more, all at your fingertips. VocaLive also lets you record up to 8 tracks of audio simultaneously and is perfect for tracking vocals with a multi-track class compliant USB audio interfaces.

What’s new in VocaLive 3:

  • Mic Room microphone modeling feature.
  • Up to 8 track simultaneous recording.
  • Improved Studio section interface.
  • 4-track Looper with export feature.
  • 4 available effects slots in iPhone version.
  • “Drag and drop” effects placement.
  • “Easy-to-browse” gear selection carousel.
  • Identical operation and features in iPhone & iPad versions with project sharing.”

Video published by IK Multimedia

VocaLive 3 on the app store:

0 comments on “Recollections of PalmSounds: Kalle Paulsson, Propellerhead Software”

Recollections of PalmSounds: Kalle Paulsson, Propellerhead Software

At times it’s hard to know if what you’re doing is having an impact or not. However, when you hear things like this from Kalle at Propellerhead it makes a big difference.

“I vividly remember listening to the Touch Sound podcast (featuring you/PalmSounds), when jogging through the summertime Stockholm countryside about 5 years ago, having just been offered a job at Propellerhead and trying to imagine what it would be like if I accepted it.

PalmSounds was of course a great resource to find out what the competition would be like, and then went on to be an instrumental part of the release of Figure and subsequent apps from us.”

Of course Figure was an instant hit and has gone on to be the mainstay of many mobile musicians. It remains one of the finest ways to introduce anyone to making music irrespective of their musical experience and I still use it regularly.

0 comments on “From the beginning … PalmSounds on video, back in 2007: Two OS’s together?”

From the beginning … PalmSounds on video, back in 2007: Two OS’s together?

“I had thought about doing this a while ago. This is a short video showing AxisPad (using sounds from SoundPad) being played through Pocket StompBox (a multi-effects processor) into a pair of portable speakers. Made me think of Dr Who soundtracks from the 70’s!”

Now I’m getting into the whole Windows Mobile thing and running StompBox on the Dell Axim.


0 comments on “Back in 2008: Intermorphic confirm that they’re coming back to mobile”

Back in 2008: Intermorphic confirm that they’re coming back to mobile

It was great news back in 2008 and we’ve certainly seen the brilliant things that they’ve brought us with things like Mixtikl and Noatikl.

Read the original post here.

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