A revamp of the AudioCopy app is Retronyms’ first finished project in their announced Summer of Epic. This sample management app gets more functionality making it more and more a competitor of the swiss army knife of iOS sample management, AudioShare. Most notably a recording function and touch-friendly sample editor are added to the app which neatly categorises your audio clips across the apps you’ve AudioCopied them in. Check out this video to learn more. AudioCopy is a free download for your iPhone or iPad on the App Store.
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 […]
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.