Video: Blocs Wave, Creating And Using SECTIONS, Demo and Tutorial, iPad

Blocs Wave on the app store:

WWDC didn’t seem to bring much for the world of mobile music

Or at least as far as I can see. My guess is that there’s a load of stuff under the bonnet that might be of interest but that will be coming out one drip at a time over the next few weeks or so. I’d like to hear from anyone who thinks there’s more to be happy about.

Siri gets opened up to developers, what will it mean for music

I guess it could be useful for music apps, especially for doing simple or repetitive things for some apps. Having said that I thought that developers would take on 3D touch a lot more than they have and that hasn’t happened so perhaps I’ll be wrong here too.

So who’s watching WWDC?

I’m watching although not from the start as I forgot it was on! So I’m in the AppleTV bit at the moment. It’s ok. Not that interesting from a PalmSounds / mobile music perspective so far. But let’s wait and see what happens.

Video: bitRanger … plays well with others! (Disco Sound Demo) #TTNM

Video description:

“Here’s the Bastl Instruments bitRanger used with other effects and synths in a seizure inducing disco setting. Subscribe:

Questions or comments? Go ahead and post them below! 🙂 Thanks for watching! Check out my channel for more Synthesizer Music.

Audio gear used:
– Bastl Instruments / Peter Edwards bitRanger logic computer synth
– Teenage Engineering OP-1 CWO & Nitro effects
– EHX SuperEgo Snyth Engine guitar FX pedal
– MXR micro flanger guitar pedal
– Electro Harmonix Memory Boy delay guitar pedal
– Olegtron 4060
– Bastl Instruments modular synth with Cinnamon VCF and Errorinstruments/RFprojex Gargolye Delay
– iPad Apps: AUFX:Space, Crystalline, Deregulator
– Bastl Instruments MicroGranny 2.0
– Axoloti DSP board
– Copilot FX Antenna guitar effect pedal

My always up-to-date modular synths on ModularGrid:
Klangbau Rack:

Filmed with a Canon 500d (Rebel T2i).”

Don’t forget that TC-11 is still on sale


It’ll be half price until the 15th, so it’s down from $24.99 to $11.99. Don’t miss out.

Video: Let’s Play with ENKL (Patch Design & Commentary)

Video description:

“Klevgränd Produktion’s ENKL synthesizer looks simple, but there are a lot of depths to explore! If you enjoyed this please consider supporting this series by sponsoring them on Patreon:

Video published by Tim Webb.

ENKL on the app store:

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