Developer Blip Interactive has updated NanoStudio, adding AudioBus support and more.
Here’s what’s new in NanoStudio 1.4:
- Audiobus support for input (sampling) and output (main mix)
- Virtual MIDI inputs for note and controller data
- MIDI input transpose
- 4 extra banks for your Eden presets
- Fixed ‘empty sample’ bug when pasting from some Waldorf apps
Image Line Software has announced that FL Studio Mobile For Android is now available from the Google Play store.
FL Studio Mobile allows you to create and save complete multi-track music projects on your Android phone or tablet device. You can also load the FL Studio Mobile projects into the ‘FL Studio Desktop PC’ version.
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IK Multimedia has announced that their iLine Mobile Music Cable Kit is now available. The kit is a set of six cables for users of mobile devices (smartphones, tablets, MP3 players) and laptops. The company is positoning the cable collection as “the Swiss Army Knife of the cable world.”
The color-coded cables feature 24K gold-plated contacts and are equipped with high-density shielding to guard against electromagnetic interference.
The low-profile connector design is ‘case friendly,’ meaning the jacks connect fully and without obstruction, even when the mobile device is housed in a thick case. Continue reading
Developer Affinity Blue has introduced a new app, Tunable, for Android and iOS.
Tunable is a chromatic tuner, tone/chord generator and metronome that helps musicians learn to play steadily, in tune, and on beat.
Featuring a unique tuning history display for visualizing pitch over time, Tunable is designed to be a toolkit for professional and beginning musicians. Continue reading
IK Multimedia has announced that its first Android app, iRig Recorder, is now available on the Google Play Store.
iRig Recorder for Android is an audio-recording app designed to be used as a professional field recorder. It’s a free app and offers recording, multiple effects and sharing features. Continue reading
Nils Schneider has introduced Heat – a new virtual analog synthesizer for Android that also offers VST integration for Windows.
- Full-featured virtual analogue subtractive synthesizer, optimized for mobile devices
- Available as Demo and Pro version in the Google Play Store
- Full VST 2.3 integration for Windows x86 and x64
- Collaborative Preset Browser, store your delicious sounds online directly and share them with the community
- Browse through thousands of sounds created by other people around the world
- Design your sounds offline while on the way and use your sounds later in a VST-compatible sequencer of your choice
Here’s a demo of Heat in action: Continue reading