Developer Igor Vasiliev of the MIDI Pattern Sequencer app for iPad (our review coming soon!) has now finished up the work for his new app called Audio Mastering Studio. Audio mastering, a relatively unexplored territory in iOS could use more apps like these, which is why we’re looking forward to how this will polish up our iPad productions. Here’s the full message:
This project is done in cooperation with a professional sound engineer and DSP developer Andrew Startsev who for many years developed and produced audio devices and software for audio recording and mastering.
This all-in-one tool lets you process sound, converts audio formats, change sample rate, convert bit depth, cut part of track for demo or preview and make fade-in and fade-out.
With very easy and clear interface you can tweak all controls in real time and hear final result right away. All settings will be stored for each track and you don’t lose accidentally the best sounding of your track. Also this feature allows you to upbuild common style for all tracks of your album and finalize all of them at once.
Built-in presets for popular styles allow you to quickly set the general mood of composition and slightly tweak to get a better result. If you have own preset that you want to use for future you can save it in one of presets hotkey.
The four components of audio mastering:
Linear-phase 10-bands graphic Equalizer based on phase shifts that has unique
soft sound very close in sound to the quality analog devices.
Harmonic Saturator with three sets of harmonics will give more fatness and warm in your sound something like a tape recorder.
Stereo Imaging takes control of sound space of your composition and lets make sounding wider or narrower in each of three bands.
Loudness Maximizer can increase RMS of your track to give a powerful sounding without audible distortion.
Carefully using all features of this application you will be able to reach a new level of quality of your music.
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Based on the 1971 Minimoog synth, Arturia (along with Retronyms) recently released iMini for iPad. Powered by their signature analog modelling technology (TAE) this iOS version feels like a mobile successor to the massively popular Mini V, available for PC and Mac. So, iMini is optimized for touch, comes with great compatibility out of the box and recently introduced Audiobus and Virtual Midi support in its 1.1 update. It’s time to take a closer look at this synth.
Now that Musikmesse 2013 in Frankfurt has closed its doors it’s time to see what the event has brought for the mobile musicians among us. There was an impressive line-up of product releases across major brands in the industry making it hard to catch up on everything. Let’s have a look at the eye-catching mobile offerings from this year’s Musikmesse.
Now that the Audiobus SDK has been publicly released you could dedicate a whole website on all the app chains you can create. For all the producers that love to sample sounds, there are numerous ways to get your fix on iOS nowadays. SoundCloud was in my top three of apps that I’d love to be able to sample on my iPhone and this is now possible with the help of some third-party assistance. Read on to find out how.
After Ableton recently introduced their own hardware controller called Push, Novation decided that their Launchpad needed an overhaul to keep up with the times. Enter Launchpad S, a mobile, driver-free and bus-powered version of the Novation Launchpad.
Besides that, Novation promises this (brighter lit) controller to work seamlessly with your favorite software on both PC/Mac and even your iPad (through the Camera Connection Kit that is).
The Launchpad S should be available this month for around $169.99 and comes paired with a trimmed-down Ableton Live, the classic Novation Bass Station plugin and a samplepack from Loopmasters.
Read more on the official Launchpad S product page.