The Panorama P1 is a compact control surface with 66 real-time controls, a color high-resolution TFT display and deep integration with Cubase, Nuendo and Reason. Continue reading
Developer Nic Grant (Audeonic) has announced MidiBus – a C and Obj-C source code library for developers, designed to make it easy to add comprehensive MIDI support to their apps. It is based on the MIDI engine in MidiBridge.
Grant describes MidiBridge as “a tool for helping developers manage their MIDI implementations.” He adds, “It will be their choice whether to use it or not and will not lock anyone in to some sort of new MIDI bus as it is just a layer on top of CoreMIDI to help make MIDI on iOS more consistent to the end, user as well as saving developers work in making it so.”
Here are the core features: Continue reading
Alexander Randon has released Arpeggionome for iPhone, the iPhone version of Arpeggionome Pro.
Arpeggionome for iPhone lets you create intricate patterns of musical notes, then trigger those patterns at different pitches and speeds with an x-y matrix. Tilt the iPhone for accelerometer-controlled pitchbend and volume.
Here’s a demo of Arpeggionome for iPhone in action: Continue reading
Jack Conte’s song Pedals is an ode to effects. That’s pretty cool – but his hexapod robot that plays the Novation LaunchPad is even cooler.
Hexapod Built and Programmed by Matt Bunting. Animatronic Head Built and Programmed by Kevin Felstead.
Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the video: Continue reading
POJ Studios has announced Livepad – an MIDI controller app for iPad, inspired by the Novation LaunchPad.
Livepad is designed to let you control Ableton Live and other DJ programs with MIDI over WiFi or USB.
- Control Ableton Live with your iPad!
- MIDI over WiFi
- MIDI over USB with iPad camera kit and most iPad midi accessories (accessories not included)
- AirPlay Support
- Session, User 1, User 2 modes
- Mixer Mode
- Solo Track
- Mute Track
- Send Effects
- Stop Tracks
- Arm Tracks
- Rotating Display
- Highly Responsive