FeelYourSound has just released a new version of their electronic songwriting studio, calling updated Sundog Scale Studio 2.0 “the biggest update yet.”
Sundog is a standalone composition software that connects to any DAW via MIDI. With Sundog, the user is able to develop new chord progressions, melodies, bass lines, and arpeggios “within minutes.”
apeSoft has released iDensity 2.0 – an up to its iOS ‘granular playground’.
iDensity offers: time/pitch shifting, time/pitch jittering, intricate textures, grain fountain/pulverizer, recording and manipulation of buffers, complex scrub pad exploration, dynamic envelope shape and more.
Here’s what’s new in version 2.0: Continue reading
In this video, developer Igor Vasiliev creates an ambient soundscape, using SoundScaper 1.2 with a Korg nanoKontrol MIDI controller.
SoundScaper – an experimental sound mini lab for creating soundscapes, atmospheric textures, drones and glitches – has been updated with deep MIDI control and more.
With filtering and mixing of up to three oscillators, you can create soundscapes, textures and drones for your music. With complete MIDI control, this application is now comfortable to use for real-time sound creation and live performance.
Here’s what new in SoundScaper 1.2: Continue reading
Sugar Bytes has introduced Cyclop for iPad – a synth designed for ‘monstrous bass sounds’.
Cyclop is a monophonic synthesizer that they say does one thing very well -‘delivering cutting-edge digital madness at the low end of the frequency spectrum’. Continue reading
Today, IK Multimedia announced the release of AmpliTube UA, a real-time guitar amp and effects processing app for use on Android phones and tablets. AmpliTube UA works as a stand-alone app, but is intended for use as the companion app to the (soon-to-be-released) iRig UA universal digital interface.
AmpliTube UA gives musicians with Android devices (version 4.2 or higher which support USB host mode/USB OTG) the ability to “experience the flexibility and full tonal power” of a portable customizable guitar rig complete with 3 stompbox effects, an amplifier, a cabinet and a microphone.
Digital audio recording company Apogee Electronics has introduced MetaRecorder, a two-channel audio recording App for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch that, Apogee says, will “revolutionize mobile audio production” for video.
Apogee’s MetaRecorder is the first audio recording app for iPhone to offer intuitive multi-take recording, tagging and file organization for any field recording scenario. Designed as a working companion to Sennheiser’s digital clip-on microphones (powered by Apogee), MetaRecorder features 24 bit/96kHz recording quality, plus software control of input level and recording presets.
Essential features of MetaRecorder on iPhone can also be controlled from the Apple Watch: start and stop recording, “favorite” a take, add markers, or set your microphone input level.
In the latest episode of the iOS Update, host Mitch Gallagher takes a look at iDisplay, a screen-sharing app that allows you to use your iPad as an additional monitor for your desktop computer.
Along the way, Gallagher covers several ways that iDisplay can be used with desktop music software. Continue reading