Announced this morning, Fluxpad is on the way to the app store on the 6th of September. Not long to wait at all now, although it has been a long time coming, as the app was originally set for an ‘early 2016’ release. However, these things happen right?
If you can’t remember Fluxpad, it’s a collaboration between MoMinstruments, who brought us WretchUp, and TeaTracks, who brought us Gliss and SQRT. I’ve added the videos about Fluxpad at the end of this post. Here’s the app’s main features too.
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
If you want to know more, then check out the other FluxPad posts here.