Interesting to see just how much effort Samsung is putting into this now.
“Current No.1 on the uFXloops Community Top 200 Billboard.
A Trap/Rap/Hip-Hop Style Theme called Gangsta by our Community User “renegade”.
Get uFXloops on Google Play, it’s free: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.ufxmedia.ufxloops
Samples Attribution (thank you guys at looperman):
policesirenforanysong, original Author: antyon, looperman.com
mrfghettoninjasondablockmutegtr140a, original Author: MrFunktastic, looperman.com
mrfghettoninjasondablockpiano140a, original Author: MrFunktastic, looperman.com
ididntkillthegirl, original Author: ade1980, looperman.com
ghettoninja synth1, original Author: MrFunktastic, looperman.com
midnightfrog, original Author: Darrell, looperman.com
mrfghettoninjasondablockpad2140a, original Author: MrFunktastic, looperman.com
ripthisthingdrumloop, original Author: MrDMan, looperman.com
insanemiccheck, original Author: InsaneSmilie, looperman.com
killerdrumloop, original Author: gman15, looperman.com
mrfghettoninjasondablockpad1140a, original Author: MrFunktastic, looperman.com
ghettoninja synth2, original Author: MrFunktastic, looperman.com”
Video published by ufxloops.
Nice, but still a long way behind iOS sadly.
Via the ever informative Musical Android.
This is coming from the maker of Caustic (iOS and Android), and it looks pretty good too.
“Mastering is possible on a mobile device bringing many pro-audio style tools to your mobile device to polish up your music project, from whatever source you created it in. This is a sneak peek at what you can do with the Mastering App from Single Cell Software, the home of Caustic. I am quite impressed with Rej’s latest creation, and am excited for its upcoming release to the public in 2016!”
Video published by EIPStudiosOhio.
“The track “Land on Mars feat. Gad Mann Dubbs” was created by:
JYNXY @ https://soundcloud.com/jcjynxy/land-o
in use of G-Stomper Studio.
Very special thanks for sharing this awesome track and for all your support!
G-Stomper Studio is a Music Production Tool, highly optimized for doing Electronic Live Performances in Studio Quality. It’s a feature packed, Step Sequencer based Drum Machine/Groovebox, an Analog Modeling Synthesizer (VA-Beast), a polyphonic + a monophonic Step Sequencer for melodies, a Track Grid Sequencer for Beats, a Piano Keyboard, 24 Drum Pads, an Effect Rack, a Master Section, a Line Mixer and a Live Pattern/Song Arranger. Wherever you are, take your mobile device and start straight away creating your own music.
The integrated VA-Beast is a polyphonic virtual analog Synthesizer to produce complex synthetic sounds of any variety, designed for experienced sound designers as well as for complete beginners. So it’s up to you if you just explore the Factory sounds or if you start right away with designing your own sounds in impressive studio quality. Its sound capabilities paired with the intuitive and clearly laid out interface simply makes G-Stomper VA-Beast to the ultimate Mobile Synthesizer. You will be able to create the sounds you want, and you’ll do it faster than on any other mobile synthesizer.”
Video published by G-Stomper Studio by Planet-H.com.
Musical Android posted about this app which I had no idea actually existed. It looks kind of useful, but, as per the title, it’s for Android only. Handy for Android users of course, not so much for iOS people.
“Playing the VA-Beast Grand Piano using a full range MIDI Keyboard / G-Stomper Studio 5.0 Mobile App
(Device: Google Nexus 9)
The clip shows a quick piano session using G-Stomper Studio 5.0 (beta) hooked up with a full range and full-weighted MIDI Keyboard.
G-Stomper Studio 5.0 acts as Sound Module (MIDI Extender).
The Nexus 9 runs on OpenSL with an internal Latency of 5ms, full output latency is around 35ms.
- 1 Roland UM-One USB MIDI to DIN Interface
- 1 USB OTG micro USB to USB adapter
- MIDI Keyboard
Free DEMO: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.planeth.gstomperdemo
FULL version: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.planeth.gstomper“
Video published by G-Stomper Studio by Planet-H.com.
It’s been a while, in fact a very long while, since I mentioned Patchfield, and perhaps longer since I’ve heard it mentioned anywhere. So I thought I’d ask the question, “What’s happened to Patchfield?”, mainly because I’d really like to know.
When Patchfield was first revealed I had high hopes that it would become something that users could get hold of to make stuff in Android themselves. But it seems to have vanished. Ok, that’s not strictly true, the forum is still here, and the GitHub site is still here. But there seems to have been little or no news since the original announcement (which, coincidentally, has a comment from last month!). The Single Cell Software (Caustic) forum had a post about it back in 2013, but that thread has dried up. There have been a few other mentions on the Caustic forums, but nothing terribly recent.
So what, if anything, is happening with Patchfield? Does anyone know? Is it another great idea that has simply not got off the ground? It would be a shame I think, but these things do happen.
If you know, please chip in and comment, or indeed if you have an opinion.
“Mini Synth MBX one : Android App”
Via Matrixsynth, who says …
“Thought this was interesting. Pitiloves’ MBX One M2 was a stand alone hardware box. It looks like they ported some if not all of it to Android. No word on an iOS port.”
Video published by Pitiloves Official.