The latest version of Refraktions seems to have packed quite a punch in terms of new features. Here’s what’s new:
- Audiobus 2.3.2 added, all sounds routed to a single send port.
- Added 14 musical scales.
- Rebuilt audio engine for lower latency and future expandability.
- Rebuilt gesture recognizers for better control of tempo and jog wheel.
- Added right-swipe gesture to erase sounds of individual instruments.
- Improved AI to better reproduce user’s composition density.
Refraktions gets another update, the second this month in fact. Here’s what’s new:
- Background Mode was added to the Settings Panel, allowing the app to play audio or send MIDI notes while in the background.
- MIDI Destinations was added to the Settings Panel, giving the user the option to choose specific, or multiple, MIDI destinations, including other MIDI-enabled iOS apps.
In the first update in over six months for Refraktions and it’s a big one. Here’s what’s new:
- Ableton Link was added, enabling Refraktions to sync with any other Ableton Link enabled device.
- Sequencer Mode was added, simplying the process of sending MIDI sequences to external and modular synthesizers.
- An artificial intelligence was added, complete with memory, the ability to learn the user’s preferences, and generate new compositions based on that data.
- Sequencer jog-wheel was added, giving the user more control over the song position.
- Settings Panel was added inside the app for easier customization.
- Ability to choose major or minor scale was added.
I didn’t know about this app and it seems pretty interesting so I’m going to check it out myself. Here’s a bit about the app …
An auto-generating music app with a beautiful interface. Created by Jason J. Snell.
New features include:
- MIDI connectivity, including MIDI sync, start/stop, and sending and receiving MIDI notes.
- Control of the app’s internal sequencer and tempo.