IK Multimedia has announced that it plans to showcase low-latency Android music solutions at the 2015 NAMM Show.
IK Multimedia says that they will ‘present a universal solution that provides near zero latency and real-time audio processing’ on a wide assortment of Android devices (running Android 4.0 or higher and compatible with USB host mode/OTG mode) at NAMM 2015. Continue reading
We’re continuing our round up of the best 0f 2014 with a look at the 10 best new mobile music apps of 2014. Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: This video, via Bruno Ciaccafava, captures a live cover of Pink Floyd’s iconic psychedelic jam, On The Run, from Dark Side Of The Moon.
Synth parts are handled using Caustic on an Android tablet. Continue reading
GrooveCloud – a new Android app for collaborative music making – is now available in beta.
Here’s the official video intro: Continue reading
Developer James Cui (aka VJ Fader) has introduced a new visual music app for Android, EDMT.
EDMT allows you to ‘play’ with your phone or tablet to control generative music and visuals.
- Multiple interactive audio visual scenes
- Real-time generative 3D graphics with dynamic sound
- Interact using multi-gesture inputs and accelerometer
- Audio reactive scenes
- Output to TV or projector via HDMI
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: