The dot Melody’s manual could be captured into a single image during the app’s development. But it’s always handy to have a video guide to Olympia Noise Co’s latest app. Check out the official video tutorial playlist and learn the ins and outs of this node-based music maker.
Discchord’s latest Patreon video is all about Z3TA+, a popular VST waveshaping synth that was ported to the iPad fairly recently. While Z3TA’s options might be overwhelming if you’re not a synth-head, Tim does a great job in taking you through the process of creating a patch from scratch and then getting crazy with it. Check out his latest Let’s Play video to learn about this flexible synth app. Tim Webb’s Patreon Page Get Z3TA+ from the App Store
The Tombola sequencer doesn’t really need much of a tutorial, but for those not yet familiar this new OP School video really shows how much fun you can have with creating random patterns. Use the coloured rotary encoders to change the Tombola rotation, gravity and more. It’s an interesting way to spice up a static composition.
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.
With the ever growing amount of serious effect apps on your iPad wouldn’t it be great if you could incorporate some of the best iOS effects in your desktop DAW? The iConnectMIDI2+ allows for such a complex setup sending...
With the ever growing amount of serious effect apps on your iPad wouldn’t it be great if you could incorporate some of the best iOS effects in your desktop DAW? The iConnectMIDI2+ allows for such a complex setup sending audio back and forth between your DAW and your iDevice. Christopher Rice from Holderness Media shows you how to set up your iPad as an effect with the iConnectMIDI2+ in both Ableton Live and Logic. You can apply the same steps in your DAW of choice of course. In his example he’s routing an Ableton audio track to his Swoopster effect […]
Rodrigo Yáñez, developer of the iOS drum synth app Seekbeats created these tutorial videos that not only provide a good look into his app, but also into basic drum synthesis in general. If you always wanted to know how to create...
Rodrigo Yáñez, developer of the iOS drum synth app Seekbeats created these tutorial videos that not only provide a good look into his app, but also into basic drum synthesis in general. If you always wanted to know how to create your own basic synth drum kit from scratch, then be sure to check out these techniques. Get Seekbeats on the App Store (iPhone + iPad):
Up until now Teenage Engineering had the basics and the 4 main modes of the OP-1 covered in their instructional videos. Today 2 new videos are added to the OP School that cover Endless and Finger, two different sequencers that you can find on board of your OP-1. If you are an intermediate user you might even come across some functionality in these videos that you didn’t know about yet.
Since Novation has opened up their Launchpad app for iOS for external audio samples, the app has become a more valuable tool for serious clip launching (preferably with a hardware Launchpad). Today, Novation added AudioCopy support and they uploaded this handy tutorial describing all of the ways to get your own audio into the app:
The OP-School was recently opened by Teenage Engineering and provided a quick glance over the basics of the OP-1 synth laid out in four tutorial videos. Of course there is much more to the OP-1 than you can explain in 4 / 5 minutes per video. ZuluMonk takes the tempo back a notch and covers our favourite portable synth in greater detail from a musician’s perspective. Check out his four new tutorial videos below. Tape Tutorial: Drum/Synth/Tape Recording Tutorial: Mixer Tutorial: Drum Sampler Tutorial:
The OP-1 is an intuitive little synth. While you can get up and running very quickly, knowing all the ins and outs can take some time when you have no reference to resort to. Today, Teenage Engineering published 5 instructional videos for the OP-1 that go over the core functionality of the device. The ‘OP-School’ videos provide a clear visual overview a la Ableton’s demonstration videos, but in typical Teenage Engineering style. Official OP-School page