Video: KORG GADGET: FAIL SAFE – Anthony Seeha

Video description:

“I tried making a song with no chord progressions and focused on rhythms and melodies to make it interesting. Please enjoy! =)”

Video published by Anthony Seeha.

Gadget on the app store:

Video: KORG GADGET: Cosmos – Anthony Seeha

Korg Gadget on the app store:

KORG Gadget 2.0 is still on sale until the 23rd, don’t miss out

Earlier in the week Korg brought us Gadget 2.0 and made it universal. If you missed it, here’s what they put in the latest version:

  • iPad Pro support: Stunningly powerful music production
  • iPhone support: Make tracks wherever you are (iPhone 6 recommend)
  • Universal support: A single purchase provides support for iPad/iPhone/iPad Pro
  • iCloud synchronization: Keep up to date by sharing song data between devices
  • Insert effects: EQ and compressor added to each track of the mixer
  • Arpeggiator: Provided on all keyboard-type gadgets
  • Chord trigger: Provided on all polyphonic keyboard-type gadgets
  • Sequencer enhanced, with Undo/Redo function added
  • Sequencer enhanced, with zooming using pinch gesture added
  • Sequencer enhanced, with one-finger scroll mode (switching in the settings)
  • Numerous improvements made for enhanced ease of use. More details at http://support.korguser.net/

And don’t forget that the app is down from its usual $39.99 to $19.99 until the 23rd of Feb.

Video: KORG Gadget Version 2.0 supports ALL iOS devices

Video description:

“The ultimate mobile instruments collection – the all-in-one music production studio.

KORG Gadget offers a collection of more than 20 different synthesizers and drum machines called “Gadgets “. These gadgets were designed to assist the user to produce powerful electronic music. The latest version features universal support not only for the iPad, but also for the iPad Pro and the iPhone. The painstaking attention that Korg has given its hardware instruments for more than fifty years has now taken shape as cutting-edge software in the KORG Gadget. It’s the ultimate all-in-one music production studio app.”

Video published by Korg.

Korg Gadget on the app store, on sale right now and down from $39.99 to $19.99 (£14.99):

KORG Gadget 2.0 (universal) arrives for your iPhone (plus a sale)

And finally this morning, Korg have brought us Gadget for the iPhone ahead of schedule, and it’s a big update too, with something for just about everyone as far as I can tell.

  • iPad Pro support: Stunningly powerful music production
  • iPhone support: Make tracks wherever you are (iPhone 6 recommend)
  • Universal support: A single purchase provides support for iPad/iPhone/iPad Pro
  • iCloud synchronization: Keep up to date by sharing song data between devices
  • Insert effects: EQ and compressor added to each track of the mixer
  • Arpeggiator: Provided on all keyboard-type gadgets
  • Chord trigger: Provided on all polyphonic keyboard-type gadgets
  • Sequencer enhanced, with Undo/Redo function added
  • Sequencer enhanced, with zooming using pinch gesture added
  • Sequencer enhanced, with one-finger scroll mode (switching in the settings)
  • Numerous improvements made for enhanced ease of use. More details at http://support.korguser.net/

And as if that wasn’t enough, Korg have put the app on sale too. It’s down from its usual $39.99 to $19.99 until the 23rd of Feb.

14 apps I love: 14 – Gadget

KORG-Gadget

Last and by no means least is Korg’s Gadget. One of my all time favourite apps, Gadget is awesome, completely awesome and I know I’m not the only one who thinks that. I was really impressed when it first came out and it’s only got better and better. When Korg first brought it out the first thing that struck me was that it wasn’t another recreation of their existing hardware or software. It was in fact something entirely new and unique to iOS.

What I really love about Gadget revolves around firstly how self contained it is, and secondly the sheer choice and range of instruments inside it. It really does have just about everything. That’s not to say that I wouldn’t want more instruments choices in there, of course I would, and I hope that more come, perhaps in the next update.

I’m really looking forward to when it comes to the iPhone next month, and I only hope that Korg to as good a job on it there as they have on the iPad.

If you haven’t tried Gadget (and you almost certainly have) then you really don’t know what you’re missing. I’d highly recommend it.

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