Which is positive. You could have been forgiven for thinking that Retronyms had abandoned Tabletop, which would have been a shame in my opinion, but they haven’t, and like other developers right now, they’ve updated it so that it’s 64-bit.
Here’s what’s new:
- Wej App is now Tabletop Ready!
- Tabletop is now 64-bit!
- Improved compatibility with AudioCopy, iMPC, and Stryke
- Bug fixes
I’ve posted about Orsilus once before. It’s an intriguing app and worth a look. In the latest version the developer brings some nice new features focusing on reverb. Here’s what’s new:
- New room reverb feature
- Adds two reverb rooms
- Visual mixer axis selection
- Y-Axis to Nothing or Volume
- Z-Axis to Nothing, Volume, Reverb or LPF
- Updates to bug report menu/system
- Multiple performance tweaks/updates
- Bug fixes
- CPU usage improvement
Here’s what’s new in ChordPolyPad:
- Audiobus 3 Midi support
- Audiobus state saving support
- Portrait mode and split view supported on iPad
- C3 or C4 middle C choice
- Bugs fixed
Intermorphic brings us Wotja 4.7 with AB3. Here’s what’s new:
This is a feature update that adds support for Audiobus 3 audio routing (also works great with AudioShare). Thanks for the customer feedback and we hope you enjoy it!
- NEW FEATURES:
Added support for Audiobus 3 audio routing
- On iPhone 6S and later Wotja now runs at 48 kHz / 24 kHz (toggle in Settings); this is to match the underlying audio hardware rate
Note: The Audiobus Latency Control setting will likely need to be set to 1024 frames. We make the same recommendation if using AudioShare or other external audio recording app. When using Audiobus 3 in e.g. AudioShare, you need to select an Audiobus Intermediate Out channel, e.g. 0.
- Fixed: Latency stepper was not visible in Dark mode
It’s been a few months since the last update to MicSwap, and this one is certainly worth waiting for. Here’s what’s new:
- Added Wav and M4a Recording
- Added AudioMaster
- Added Audiobus 3
- Added AudioShare
- iOS 10 Optimizations
MicSwap on the app store:
MicSwap Pro on the app store:
Well this is a massive and very awesome update for Quantiloop. Here’s what’s new:
- AUv3 Hosting for FX
- FX trails support – When enabled FX trails are not muted when bypassing an effect
- Added NONE effect to avoid CPU usage
- Option to force the Ableton link tempo based on the length of the first recording.
- MIDI controls to toggle each of the 6 FX
- MIDI/Host Sync: Respond to Start/Stop is now saved per phrase instead of global
- Improved support for Audiobus 3
- And many stability improvements…
A nice update for a cool app. Here’s what’s new:
PER-TRACK MIDI ROUTING
You can now configure independent sound, MIDI destination and channel for each track(color). Open Settings>MIDI Output Settings. Select track(color), configure internal synth sound, MIDI destination and channel for the track.
You can now duplicate a section. When you are in the section list view, tap on the edit button, tap on the red minus button for the section you want to duplicate, then tap ‘duplicate’. The copy of the section will be added to the end of the list.
- App doesn’t handle Ableton Link session tempo changes when it is in stopped mode.
- MIDI destination list is not always updated.
- Added slider to the tempo selection popup
- Replace stepper in chord selection view with a slider
- Improved consistency of base notes for different chord types
- Midi destination/channel settings are now saved.
- Tempo is now saved
ChordFlow on the app store:
Wizibel is an interesting app from Klevgränd, and they’ve just submitted version 1.3.0 and it is on the app store right now.
If you don’t know Wizibel from Klevgränd it’s worth checking out. It’s their experimental audio visualizer-app and it’s going from strength to strength. What’s more the new features are all based on user feedback.
What’s more they’re celebrating with a sale too.
This update adds two themes and a couple of features requested by the users:
- Multiple texts (unlimited number of texts) on most themes. Lyrics anyone? 🙂
- Multiple slider values (unlimited number of values) on most themes. Animate away!
- Globally enable / disable background zooming in and out
- Globally set transition curve (linear, ease in, ease out, in and out)
- New theme: Bulge, magnify parts of an image based on RMS leveles. Two lenses.
- New theme: Manic Cake Slicer, highly tweakable circular texture slicer/wrapping renderer.
AUMI is a sadly overlooked app. The app is designed to be used by people with limited motion and it is ideal for that. In this latest update it gets even better. Here’s what’s new:
- A new reporting interface lets you control the reports much better.
- You now can use a larger image from the camera for a less blurry picture.
- You can also suppress the video image entirely.
- MIDI instruments now can sustain notes in monophonic mode. They also can use cursor velocity.
- Improved instructions – glossary items in particular
- Bug fixes having to do with saving settings, colors of things, and crashes in Zooms.
Any app that quotes the venerable SK-1 as an inspiration is worth a look. The app’s original description is:
“Inspired in part by the Casio Sk-1’s lo-fi sonics/sampling, the Moon Beam also adds features only possible in the touch screen world: bend keys independently!!! You can of coarse also bend all voices in sync using the touch pad.
The Moon Beam Synth/Sampler gives you:
- Unique key independant pitch bending
- 2 sample/oscillator layers for each voice… or split them to top and bottom keyboards.
- Effects (Delay/Reverb,Filter,LFO,Vinyl Noise,Distortion)
- Easy sampling
- Easy sample editing
- 4 octave keyboard + 2 pitch ribbons
- 1 assignable effects touch pad”
The latest version, the first update in over 3 years brings …
- Midi support
- Presets (Default and User created)
- LFO with noise mix
- Sendable Knobs (to FX pad or LFO)
- Increased Performance
- Fixed a handful of audio glitches