Kapture, the recording watch that allows you to capture every last 60 seconds with the tap of a button is scheduled for delivery this Summer. A new update was posted on the device’s Kickstarter page about the progress the Kapture team is making hardware- and software-wise. The watch has been made thinner and a new clasping mechanism is introduced in the production-ready prototype (which doesn’t look all that secure from the pictures). The associated app is also taking further shape, with the ability to conveniently categorise your audio recordings. Let’s hope it provides some proper export functionality for mobile musicians. […]
The announced birdStepper effect sequencer is now available on the App Store. Similar to Effectrix and Sequential, birdStepper allows you to take an audio input and put it through the app’s time-synched effects to mangle and glitch up your audio. Features Step-sequenced effects: Pitch Shift Fuzz Ambience Delay Wobble Filter Spectre Chorus Post processing effects: Noise gate Compressor Output volume More: Audiobus compatible (Input + Filter slots) MIDI clock sync Flexible clock and tempo controls Unlimited preset saving + factory presets Here’s the official Tutorial video from a while ago: And let’s not forget Doug’s pre-release demo that he did for […]
The iPhone version of the modular Audulus was already announced a while ago during one of the app update videos. Today, the app turned universal, which means you can now get modulating on the go on your iPhone or iPod Touch. Check out the other improvements below: ￭ Added auto-scrolling when making connections or moving nodes. ￭ Improved the in-app documentation. ￭ Added help button in the Patch Editor. ￭ Added searching in the Patch Browser ￭ Added a new UnitDelay node (in the DSP category) which allows single-sample feedback, useful for building your own filters. ￭ Reduced memory usage. […]
The node-based melody creator and sequencer dot Melody by Olympia Noise Co. is now available in the App Store for your iPhone & iPod Touch. ••• Requires iPhone 4s, iPod touch 5th Generation, or newer. ••• From the creator of the critically acclaimed* music app Chordion comes dot Melody, a fun new way to make music on your iPhone. Move dots around to create intertwining melodies, bass lines, and drum beats. Switch chords and patterns on the fly. Select from a variety of instruments and process them through delay and reverb effects. Best with headphones or over AirPlay. ••• Sequencer […]
Retronyms follows up to the iMPC Pro announcement with the start of a weekly video update of the current iMPC Pro status. In this first update, a new performance section is demonstrated called Flux Link. Flux Link allows you to glitch up your performance with an XY-section as you can see here.
B-Step Sequencer, an advanced step sequencer developed by Monoplugs will see an iPad version being released on April 28th. The app will provide more or less the same functionalities as its desktop counterpart, with a simple user interface for sequencing melodies and chords and advanced editing of each step. Furthermore, B-Step Sequencer provides native Launchpad support, making the app really shine when using it with any Launchpad controller. Check out the video of the desktop version below, the app promo video will come soon: And here’s how the VST interacts with a Launchpad: You can get B-Step Sequencer for an […]
AKAI posted a picture yesterday teasing an upcoming iMPC version called iMPC Pro. And in this corner, iMPC Pro. 64 tracks of heavyweight music production for the iPad. Coming mid-Spring. #iMPC pic.twitter.com/1o0EvY3kFK — Akai Professional (@Akai_Pro) April 18, 2014 It’s not yet clear whether iMPC Pro will be a regular update to the iMPC app, an IAP or a standalone new app. It does seem like iMPC Pro will give more advanced functionality in the song building and sample chopping department (with time stretching functionalities) As Retronyms is still involved in the development, we’ll probably not see Audiobus support coming […]
Now that the 1.2 update of Xynthesizr has gone beta, new screenshots are floating around that show the app’s iPad-specific UI. Since the app will turn Universal in this new update iPad users will get to use their iPad’s screen real estate to the fullest. With this optimized UI and new features it seems Xynthesizr will turn into a more powerful sequencing tool very soon.
There’s not a lot that Teenage Engineering hasn’t covered yet in their OP School, but the Pattern sequencer was one of the functionalities that was still missing a tutorial video. Today a new video was uploaded that goes through this 1-bar sequencer, which may seem limited at first sight, but carries a few tricks for getting creative with it.