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PRFORM – 9 Synths and 16 Pads arrives

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A new app from the makers of E Theremin – Electro Theremin, RS-08 | 8 Oscillator Ribbon Synth and WubSynth | EDM Bass Synth comes a new app called PRFORM.

Harness the power of 9 independent synthesizers right at your finger tips.

PRFORM is comprised of 4 synths(2 leads, bass and pad) and 5 synth drum modules(bass, clap, snare, hi-hat, and noise) all playable from an on screen 4×4 grid of 16 performance pads. The performance pads are also trigger-able via MIDI and Audiobus Remote allowing you to play inspiring live performances.

PRFORM also has 5 effects and a 4 track looper. PRFORM has a vast array of parameters easily accessible thoght its lcd display, enabling you to create a vast palette of unique sounds to your taste, whether it be: Trap, Dubstep, EDM, Dubstep, DNB, House, Electro, Future bass, Brostep, Hardstyle, Foot work, Techno, Trance, Bass music, Downtempo, House, Trap or U.K. Garage.

PRFORM has a 4 track volatile memory looper for quick and easy building of tracks during live performances, jams or just getting ideas down.

Play anywhere, on-the-go, on the bus, in the studio or on stage.

PRFORM – The 9 synthesizer modules

Synth Modules:

PRFORM has 9 synth modules, that can be triggered via the 16 performance pads in a live or studio recording. Each module has an “LCD display” for control of the synthesizers and effects parameters.
PRFORM has 5 send effects, allowing you to add depth to your performance.

  • Mono-synth lead – has 3 trigger pads and features a 24db/octave resonant ladder style filter and 12db/octave high-pass filter
  • Supersaw lead – 8000 style detonable supersaw has 4 trigger pads, 6db/oct high-pass and 12db/oct low-pass filters
  • Bass – has 3 trigger pads with fm oscillator, a 6db/octave resonant low-pass filter connected to LFO for Dubstep Wub bass, and distortion and bit-crusher
  • Pad – 4 oscillator synth with 24db/octave resonant filter. Its oscillators amplitudes can be controlled via joystick or 2 supplied LFOs

Drum Synth modules:

Classic Synthesized drum sounds are at the heart of PRFORM.

  • Bass Drum – 808 style bass drum.
  • Snare – Modules after vintage analog drum machines.
  • Clap – A rudimentary 808 clap.
  • Hi-Hat – 808 style and ring modulation configuration available.
  • Noise Burst – Sculpt sounds from white noise, ranging from hi-at, analog style crash cymbal to build up.

Send effects:

Send effects add a huge amount of depth to your performance.

  • Delay
  • Reverb
  • Chorus
  • Clip
  • Bit-Crusher

Master bus out:

  • 24db/octave low-pass filter
  • Softclip

Features:

  • 100% synthesized audio flow (No Samples)
  • Synth modules: mono-synth lead, supersaw lead, bass, pad
  • Drum synth modules: bass drum, snare, clap, hi-hat, noise burst
  • Master effects: delay, reverb, distortion, flanger/chorus, bit-crusher
  • Audiobus 2
  • Audiobus Remote (triggers for all 16 pads)
  • IAA
  • MIDI-In for triggering pads
  • Looper; 4 track volatile memory looper
  • 16 pad grid controller (4×4)
  • 99 saveable patch slots
  • 6 Presets
  • Autosave

PRFORM costs $4.99 on the app store now:

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Wotja 4.3 brings updates and improvements to the cut up text feature

Here’s what’s new in Wotja:

This update to Wotja is mainly focused on the Cut-Up feature, which we’ve made much more flexible and powerful. We’ve also re-organised the UI a small amount; we’ve added some new menu items when you press the “Add” button, and we’ve taken the opportunity to improve the order of the tab buttons in the main screen.

NEW CUT-UP TEXT FEATURES:

  • Syllables: The rule format has been extended to allow specifying how many syllables you want in a line; this is great for creating Haiku (which are 3 line poems with 5,7,5 syllables) as well as lyric ideas perhaps to fit to a number of notes.
  • The rule format now supports value ranges for word and syllables and also naming of rules.
  • A new rule editor is included that makes it easier to create new rules and modify existing ones.
  • A new (non-editable) Wotja Word Database is included which can be selected instead of the user editable Wotja Word Bank and helps come up with some more unusual word combinations. You can configure this using the new controls in the Library screen (get to it by pressing the button to the left of the slider in the main cut-up screen).
  • A new “Sources Only” cut-up mode that analyses the structure of the Sources text and lets you create cut-up with a more natural feel; in this mode the cut-up is created from Sources ONLY and it uses the active rule (ignoring syllables) but EOL rhyming and word locks are ignored. You can select this using the new button to the left of the main “Cut-Up” button.

IMPROVEMENTS/CHANGES:

  • Revised the “Create New” menu items to make it MUCH easier to get going right away. *Wotja Cut-Up* – create a new cut-up without music (you can create a mix later if you want); *Wotja Mix (automatic)* – create a new random mix based on the Randomisation Settings without having to go via the Templates dialog; *Wotja Mix (manual)* – create a mix the old way where you can manually select a file or use a random selection from the tagged paks;* Wotja List (playlist)* – as before.
  • Renamed the “Words” tab to “Cut-Up” and moved it to be the first tab.
  • Renamed the “Design” tab to “Mix”.
  • Changed the icon for Mix and Voices tab.
  • In the “Cut-Up” tab renamed the “Cut-Ups” section to “Saved”.
  • In Cut-Up Create panel added a new Lock All/Unlock All action menu item.
  • When exporting a cut-up to a tweet, allow the background image in the Wotja file (if any) to be appended to the tweet; the cut-up text can be “baked into” the image if the Display > Text setting is set to “Show Text from Cut-Up”; this is great fun for making and sharing Haiku!
  • Cut-Up character counter now also shows syllables used in each line.
  • Added new “Haiku” rule to the included default cut-up rules.
  • A blank line can now be added to a cut-up by setting the line rule to 0.
  • Bug fixes

Wotja on the app store:

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Reminder: Buy apps from the sites and blogs you love

Reminder: Buy apps from the sites and blogs you love Just a regular reminder that if you want to help support the blogs and sites that make up the mobile music community please do consider buying your apps using the iTunes links you find on those sites (including this one of course).

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