Liine today released Lemur – it’s open-ended multi-touch music controller platform – for Android.
Lemur was originally a hardware controller – the JazzMutant Lemur. But, when Apple released the iPad, the dedicated hardware version was doomed. By 2011, the platform was reborn as a Lemur application.
Now Liine has introduced Lemur for Android. But, while it’s available for Android, it’s only officially supported on the Nexus 7. Liine explains why: Continue reading
IK Multimedia has announced that AmpliTube & iRig HD-A, are now available for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge Android devices. Continue reading
MixVibes has released version 2.0 of Cross DJ for Android.
With this release, they say that ‘feature-wise, the gap between DJing on Android and iOS doesn’t exist anymore.’
Here are the details:
Algoriddim has released djay 2 for Android – an Android version of the dj app, previously available for OS X and iOS.
- Spotify integration
- Music library integration
- Match: intelligent song recommendation engine powered by The Echo Nest
- Audio FX: Flanger, Phaser, Echo, Gate, Bit Crusher
- Mixer, Tempo, Pitch-Bend, Filter and EQ controls
- Looping & Cue Points
- Colored HD Waveforms
- Live Recording (local music only)
- Sampler with included sound FX, drums, and an exclusive pack by Snoop Dogg
- Single Deck portrait mode
- Pre-Cueing with headphones (using Griffin DJ Cable)
- Advanced time-stretching (requires quad-core Nexus device)
- Automatic beat & tempo detection
- Support for all major audio formats
- Support for Bluetooth devices
- Support for DJ MIDI Controller (Reloop Beatpad)
Here’s the official intro video: Continue reading
We just posted our 2014 Best Desktop DAW poll – and for the first time, mobile DAWs are getting sophisticated enough that we needed to distinguish between desktop and mobile DAWs.
WaveMachine Labs Auria turns an iPad into a 48-channel audio recording system. Steinberg’s Cubasis lets you record up to 24 tracks simultaneously. And new apps, like Korg Gadget, offer complete virtual studios.
But, while mobile music apps are getting very powerful, most electronic musicians still think that desktop operating systems are best for music making.
Which leads to our question for you….. Continue reading
Samsung wants to get more audio + MIDI apps running on their devices.
To help do this, they’ve released a new software solutions for Samsung Android devices, Samsung Professional Audio SDK 2.0 and Soundcamp: Continue reading
Sonosaurus has announced that the iOS instrument ThumbJam is coming to Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 ‘phablet’.
The announcement is good news for Android mobile musicians, because ThumbJam is one of the most playable mobile instruments. ThumbJam lets you customize how your gestures are mapped to expressive features like volume, filter or vibrato.
But the announcement also highlights how far Android is trailing iOS as a platform for mobile musicians. ThumbJam was released for iOS in 2009, close to five years ago. Continue reading
Image Line has released updates for FL Studio for Windows and FL Studio Mobile for iOS and Android.
Here’s what’s new in each version: Continue reading