Image-Line has officially announced that it is working on a native version of FL Studio for OS X.
The company had previously tested the waters with a ‘wrapped’ version of OS X – basically the Windows version running in a crossover wrapper that allows it to run on Mac. Now they are moving forward with building a native version.
Here’s what they have to say about FL Studio for OS X: Continue reading
Five12 today announced the fourth major release of Numerology, its modular step-sequencing environment for Mac OS X.
Numerology is a music sequencing and audio plugin environment which uses an approach based on modular step sequencing.
In addition to numerous modernization and usability improvements, Numerology 4.0 adds several new features that expand it’s capabilities in two areas central to its workflow: hardware control & modulation. Continue reading
Data/Debt has released a new Ableton Live/Max For Live device called the APC Mono Sequencer.
It adds Akai APC 40 hardware control to the Live 9 Mono Sequencer. According to the developer, ‘It makes sequencing bass lines an absolute joy’. Continue reading
Here’s the third and final video in developer Michael Tyson‘s development preview of Loopy: Masterpiece Edition.
Tyson, developer of Loopy and AudioBus, is starting development of a new ‘Masterpiece Edition’ of his Loopy software looper for iOS. It will incorporate DAW-like features, including a linear timeline view, track automation and more. Continue reading
Sugar Bytes has released Egoist for iPad – an iOS version of its groove instrument application.
According to the company, you can load any audio file and ‘squeeze the groove out of it’, using sample slicing, effect sequencing, a built-in beat box and more.
Here’s the official intro video for Egoist for iPad: Continue reading
Developer Michael Tyson, creator of A Tasty Pixel’s Loopy and one of the guys behind AudioBus, has announced plans for a new ‘amazing’ version of Loopy. Continue reading
Developer Amedeo Farello has released MidiPatterns 2 – a major update to the multitrack, pattern-oriented, MIDI step sequencer for OS X.
You can use MidiPatterns as a simple drum machine, or to handle complex multi-timbral, polyphonic scores, controlling multiple hardware and software synthesizers at once. Continue reading
Cycling ’74 has released Max 7, the latest version of their visual programming system for audio and video.
Cycling ’74 calls Max 7 a ‘visual programming language for media.’ It works on Mac (OS 10.7+) and Windows (7+), and supports a wide variety of hardware.
Here are the details: Continue reading