Well it’s been a long time waiting for this, hopefully not too much longer, and it looks like it’s a great step forward from FLM2. It’ll be big I think, real big!
“Polivoks synth original sound and processed by FieldScaper app with default presets.”
Video published by Igor Vasiliev.
FieldScaper on the app store:
“The bitRanger is a patchable analog logic computer which sculpts sonic worlds ranging from data noise to melodic arpeggios. While being a handheld standalone synth its extensive connectivity makes so flexible that it can connect to almost anything: CV control its unique sound, sync it with drum machines and sequencers or use it as an algorithmic CV / GATE pattern generator.”
Video published by Bastl Instruments.
I made this little collection using Auxy only, which was interesting as you have to work within some quite tight limitations.
Since Moog entered the iOS market they’ve continued to innovate and excite users from the first version of Filtatron which I got to test briefly before it went live to their latest and most amazing app the Model 15.
Moog have supported us consistently and on a personal note they were very kind in supporting my SoundLab project with their amazing Thereminis. So it was great to get this from Trent:
“Congratulations PalmSounds on your decade of success! This is truly an incredible milestone and we are so glad to be a part of it.”
“This video shows you how to use iziBasic and viziBasic to make a simple palm application that makes a beeping sound.”
Great to see my old Treo 650 in this video. I still have it and still use it every now and then.
“The second video in my series about making simple sound applications on Palm OS5 PDAs. This app lets you play a simple sample file in memory.”
4Pockets grid based music production studio that started out life on Windows Mobile, went to iOS and then on to the iPad too. A great app on any platform, and one of my personal favourites.