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nodal for iPad arrives

An interesting Markov based sampler. Here’s the app’s description:

Nodal is an iPad sampler based on the research of Andrey Markov, a Russian mathematician who lived a very long time ago and had a very crazy beard. You know what else is crazy? The sounds you’ll get from this iPad app. Just pick some of the gnarly sounds included with it or record your own and link them together to hear the sweet sounds of probability theory.

Nodal costs $1.99 on the app store now:

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Blocs Wave export arrives

Blocs for iOS // Introducing Blocs Export from Blocs for iOS on Vimeo.

The momentum doesn’t stop, Blocs Wave gets another update to version 11 now. Here’s what’s new:

Introducing Blocs Export: send your Blocs Wave creations directly to Launchpad, and continue your music making. Use your sounds with Launchpad’s in-built effects, play and record your performances, then jump back to Blocs Wave to tweak or add more sounds.

Blocs Wave on the app store:

Novation LaunchPad on the app store:

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ström update adds IAA, which is interesting

You might know ström if you know any of Mr HumbleTune’s other apps such as STRNG, ShapeSynth, nils, or frekvens. However, ström is less well know. Before I go into details of the update though, here’s what the app is actually about:

“Ström is a minimalistic streaming internet radio. It is capable of playing the formats mp3, wav, aifc, aiff, m4a, mp4, caf and aac. Ström comes preset with fluid radio, lake radio and swedish radio p1, p2 and p3, but these can easily be changed to the user’s choice. Of course, ström is also capable of playing streams of a finite length.”

In the latest update it’s added:

  • Improving streaming engine.
  • Adding inter app audio.
  • Adding 64 bit processor support.

The most interesting of which is IAA. So I think I’ll have to revisit it, and you might want to as yet, as it is free.

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iRig Recorder 3 arrived

IK update their iRig Recorder app. Here’s what’s new:

iRig Recorder 3 has been completely redesigned and streamlined for fast and easy audio and video field recording. Now you can use your favorite IK microphone, interface or your device’s built-in mic to capture stunning audio and video on the go, apply a suite of world-class professional effects and share your creations in multiple ways directly from your iPhone/iPad.

Improvements include:

  • Creative effects — Morph, Reverb, Chorus & Delay
  • Professional Effects — Normalize, Stereo Imager, Compressor, 3-Band EQ
  • Fade effect for fading in & out – 16 total effects possible
  • Video Recording
  • Inter-App Audio & AudioBus compatibility – Perfect for shooting videos with apps like AmpliTube or VocaLive
  • Enhanced sharing — added support for Airdrop, Messages, DropBox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, SoundCloud, Facebook and WhatsApp
  • Text and Photo Markers — now you can apply text and photo markers to your audio files in real time
  • Project Export — export audio and video as separate files for editing in your favorite video editor/DAW