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A bit more news on the OP-1 update coming soon

So Audio News Room have more details on what’s coming to the OP-1 in the next update. It sounds good, there’s going to be a new sequencer mode and device’s knobs will now be push enabled, which could be interesting. If you want to know more then check the ANR page here.

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More to come from Sugar Bytes for iOS users

So, it looks like Sugar Bytes won’t be disappointing us. According to this video they will have updates for their existing iOS apps and also new apps for iPad and even something for the iPhone too. All good news.

If you want to watch the video go ahead, but be aware that the iOS news is about 10 minutes and 30 seconds in and there’s nothing shown about new products at all.

Video description:

“I was on SuperBooth this year for creating video content. More gear news will coming soon. Please support me on Patreon if you enjoy my content. https://www.patreon.com/synthanatomy?…

I was at the booth of Sugar Bytes where the new software Synthesizer Factory was presented. Here is a presentation of this new upcoming release and you will receive some informations about an upcoming new IOS product and updates

Subscribe to my channel to get more videos about Synthesizer Products from now and the past. Please leave your comments if you like the video or not, it help my channel to evolve.”

Video published by Synth Anatomy.

If you’re interested in Sugar Bytes existing apps on iOS check out:

Effectrix
Egoist
Turnado
Wow Filterbox
Cyclop
Thesys

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So, today is a big (Apple) day?

Will it be good news or meh? It all kicks off around 6pm GMT (10am local time), and I, like many many others, will be watching live. So if there is anything that I believe is of note from a mobile music perspective, then I’ll be sure to let you know.

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What’s coming up next in AUM

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ICYMI: You can sign up for the Modstep newsletter

You could have missed this in the week. so if you want to keep up to date with what’s going on with modstep, aside from on twitter or via the community, you can sign up for their new newsletter. Click here.

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In case you missed it from before, here’s RandomBus!

I posted this the other day, but you may have missed it, so here it is again …

For a while now I’ve been thinking about making a little twitterBot that tweeted random set ups for Audiobus, and finally, I’ve got around to making it. It’s called @RandomBus! You can find the account’s twitter profile here.

All it does is randomly tweet Audiobus suggestions every hour, once an hour. It’s capable of about 20k different permutations, roughly speaking. Anyway, if you fancy following it, it’s here, if not, then don’t.

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Sign up for the Modstep newsletter

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Updates from Art Kerns … new app coming, updates after that, then music!

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In case you missed it from yesterday, here’s RandomBus!

I posted this yesterday, but if you missed it, here it is again …

For a while now I’ve been thinking about making a little twitterBot that tweeted random set ups for Audiobus, and finally, I’ve got around to making it. It’s called @RandomBus! You can find the account’s twitter profile here.

All it does is randomly tweet Audiobus suggestions every hour, once an hour. It’s capable of about 20k different permutations, roughly speaking. Anyway, if you fancy following it, it’s here, if not, then don’t.

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Lemur looking into Link …

Now getting Link into something like Lemur would be really useful …

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Lemur on the app store: