Retronyms keeps to their promise of releasing a weekly video about the iMPC Pro developments. iMPC Pro looks to be a more all in one solution for people wanting to get more out of the MPC workflow on their iPad. This time we get a peek at the iMPC Pro mixer section, where next to EQ, compression and Sends you can also automate all the mixer parameters.
Echo Pad & Swoopster developer Holderness Media is slowly building up a solid effects suite on the iPad. The recent announcement is a new Shimmer Effects Processor that allows you to take incoming audio and apply shimmery/dreamy reverb effects over it through Holderness’ signature UI. This one also comes with full Audiobus and IAA support out of the box. Crystalline features two distinct modes: PERFORM and TWEAK. ● PERFORM mode is focused around four XY touch pads. Touch to control DELAY TIME, FEEDBACK, REVERB LEVEL and LOW PASS independently for left and right channels. ● TWEAK mode features large expressive […]
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.
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.
The upcoming update for Cubasis on the iPad will be a big one, as the much wanted Automation functionality will finally be added in 1.8. Today, Steinberg released a teaser video on how this will look in the app. Cubasis 1.8 will be released this month.
I loaded up the new OS on my OP-1 and decided to draw the momupro logo using the new Sketch sequencer. Check out the video and the noise the new DSynth can produce at the end.
The OP1’s new OS introduced a new synth called DSynth which is based on the existing DBox drum synth. Cuckoo took a break from his Analog Keys to play this new DSynth in his latest video. While an OP School video would be...
The OP1’s new OS introduced a new synth called DSynth which is based on the existing DBox drum synth. Cuckoo took a break from his Analog Keys to play this new DSynth in his latest video. While an OP School video would be most useful for the DSynth, Cuckoo does a great job showing off the range of sounds you can produce with it.
Teenage Engineering showed some new videos of the The Etch-a-Sketch style sequencer mode that’s on board of the OP-1’s new OS. Sketch allows you to freely draw lines using the rotary buttons and lets you play back the artwork based on a polyphonic musical grid. While Sketch may not be the go-to sequencer for composing serious stuff, it sure looks like an entertaining new feature. Check out the videos. OP-1 Sketch on Instagram: A new addition to the OP-School breaking down Sketch’s features: No release date has been announced yet of the new OP-1 OS, but with these videos it […]
Olympia Noise Co., developer of the very handy Chordion app for iPad has just announced a new app called dot Melody. From the video posted on YouTube, dot Melody looks to be a node-based melody sequencer (for iPhone + iPad?)...
Olympia Noise Co., developer of the very handy Chordion app for iPad has just announced a new app called dot Melody. From the video posted on YouTube, dot Melody looks to be a node-based melody sequencer (for iPhone + iPad?) similar to Nodebeat, but with its own advanced sequencing and controls. More info will be posted soon on Olympia’s social media channels and we’ll keep you posted as well.