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.
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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.
Now getting Link into something like Lemur would be really useful …
Lemur on the app store:
So there’s a bit more detail on what’s coming to FieldScaper 1.3 and how it’ll work. You can find the detail over at the Motion Soundscape blog.
Well it certainly seems that way anyway. According to this piece at Hypebot their most recent filing is not in the least bit positive. Stating that the business faces “material uncertainties”, whatever that means? And, whatever it does mean, one things is probable, it isn’t good.
It seems that there hasn’t been any good news or positivity from SoundCloud in a while, or at least that’s my take on the news. For a long time it feels like there’s just been uncertainty about their future, and that uncertainty seems to be deepening.
So it appears that GlitchBreaks is getting Ableton’s Link very soon. A new version has been submitted for review. Hopefully it’ll be out in the wild soon.
And don’t forget to take a look at the ‘Apps Supporting Link‘ page for more apps which have Link.
Fieldscaper is already great and just seems to get better with every update. The next up is audio file editing. Here’s what’s coming in 1.3:
“Now with audio sample editor. Features – zoom, in / out markers, fade in and fade out, split sample, new file from selected part, trim on markers, delete, cut, copy and paste thru audio clipboard.”
Fieldscaper on the app store:
The video just says, “Fieldwork test of MoMinstruments’ Fluxpad at Hotel Ougiya Fukui”, and then points you to this page, which contains a lot of very useful information about their forthcoming app …
Fluxpad features …
- 6 melody sequencers where you paint your melodies based on a sample of your choice
- 1 percussion/drum sequencer where paint/tap your groove made of 7 samples of your choice
- each sound has it’s own sampler settings with unique envelope, loop and start settings
- quantize / unquantize functions for each sequencer or the whole pattern
- combine 6 pattern to a longer piece of music
- ability to record your own samples with the build in microphone
- huge sample library with high quality sounds/kits made by Mouse on Mars and others
- lots of demo projects made by Mouse and Mars and others
- ability to sync via midi to other apps, hardware
And nice to see that they’re working with the maker of Gliss and SQRT, that’s right, TeaTracks!
I’m sure it’ll be as good as WretchUp!
So the app is due for release in ‘early’ 2016. Hopefully earlier rather than later.