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Moog’s Model 15 app gets to version 1.1

And another massive update from Moog. Model 15 gets a totally huge update with fixes too. Here’s everything, but it’s a big list:

  • The SETTINGS -> SHARE panel now allows you to create and share a music video from audio in the Recorder module.
  • Saved patches, arpeggios and CC maps are now automatically stored on your iCloud drive. They can be retrieved through SETTINGS -> SHARE -> iCLOUD DOCUMENTS from any device that uses the same iCloud account.
  • Keys can now be released when HOLD is active by tapping any currently pressed key.
  • Recordings now use much less memory.
  • Recordings can now be up to 5 minutes in length.
  • Recordings are now persisted across application restarts and the undo buffer.
  • Added crossfading to the Recorder Module to prevent clicks at the beginning and end of a recording.
  • Added a configuration option to prevent controllers from being changed when presets are loaded.
  • Added a progress indicator for tutorial presets
  • Tutorial presets now continue highlighting areas during wiring.
  • Added support for highlighting individual ports, knobs and switches in the tutorial presets.
  • Updated factory tutorial presets to reflect new highlighting capabilities.
  • Factory tutorial presets can no longer be accidentally replaced.
  • Values of CC mapped controls are now sent out on preset change.
  • Added support for incoming MIDI RPN 0 to temporarily set the pitch bend range.
  • Added support for “shake to undo”, which also works during tutorial presets.
  • Added “rate on app store” and “contact us for help” buttons on the SETTINGS -> ABOUT panel.
  • Support for iOS 10.
  • Improvements to inter-app audio connectivity.
  • Improved core audio engine.
  • Improved Ableton Link support.
  • Improved stability on iPad Air 1.
  • Improved fluidity of GUI rendering on older devices.
  • Improved precision of the Apple Pencil as a controller.
  • Improvements to the built-in manual.
  • Updated AudioCopy to v3.3.
  • Fixed stability problems when using incoming messages on MIDI channel 16.

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Animoog for iPhone 1.3 is a major update

Good to see an update to Animoog for iPhone, and this one seems to bring a lot of long awaited updates and fixes. Here’s everything:

  • Animoog now requires iOS 8.2 or later.
  • Support for ‘path-width’ as modulation source for presets created with Apple Pencil on iPad Pro.
  • Support for accelerometer modulation controls as ‘accel-x’, ‘accel-y’, and ‘accel-z’.
  • Support for Bluetooth LE MIDI devices.
  • Support for MPE input with note-per-channel MIDI controllers.
  • Added collapsible Inter-App Audio transport bar.
  • Consolidated ‘poly-pressure’ and ‘chan-pressure’ into one ‘pressure’ modulation source.
  • The vertical position of the keys on initial touch is now used as the ‘velocity’ modulation source.
  • Tapping left or right of the scale slider will now transpose octaves up or down.
  • Timbres panel improvements for easier sound design.
  • Single-tapping on a left panel timbre now highlights it, while double-tapping scrolls to its location in the Timbres list.
  • The Timbres list on the right panel no longer collapses when switching presets.
  • Values of CC mapped controls are now sent out at preset change.
  • Incoming MIDI CC 120 now turns off all active sound.
  • Incoming MIDI RPN 0 now sets the active pitch bend range.
  • Application settings are now saved immediately when changes occur.
  • The keyboard now allows more space between keys.
  • Fixes to timbre list where auto-scroll would overshoot at times.
  • Fixes to built-in scale definitions.
  • Fixed crashes when Animoog goes to the background.
  • Fixed crackling sound when using hold from a MIDI controller.
  • Fixed sound cutting out when switching between certain audio devices while Animoog is running.

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I don’t often tell you about academic events, but this one is quite different

The Designing Interfaces for Creativity Symposium really looks amazing. I wish that I could be there for the whole event, but sadly I can’t as it clashes with something else I’m doing, more about that later.

Designing Interfaces for Creativity combines a day of workshops with a second day of keynotes, panels and demos. Some of the workshops look really amazing, and I’m not sure how I’d choose between them.

  • Mini Oramics
  • Graphical Authoring of Interactive Applications with I-Score
  • Performing Sensory Cartographies
  • Autonomous Objects

It’s worth checking these out as they all look pretty amazing. You can read all about the entire event right here, and I’d suggest that if you want to go along you let them know as soon as possible.

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