Here’s a video sneak preview of the recently announced midimux and audiomux apps in action.
The two apps are designed to let you route audio and MIDI, between iOS and OS X, over your device’s USB cable. Continue reading
Developer Ian Wagner let us know that Koushion – his step sequencer app for iOS – has been updated to version 4.2.
Here’s what new in Koushion 4.2:
Monoplugs has just released version 2.1 of their B-Step Sequencer for iOS, Windows, Mac, Raspberry Pi and Linux.
B-Step Sequencer is a step sequencer for creating melodic loops, chord progressions, arpeggios, drum grooves and basslines.
Here’s what’s new…… Continue reading
Developer Patrik Hedmalm has introduced Pepp – a new iOS music app, described as a sort of ‘twisted groovebox’.
Here’s what Hedmalm has to say about Pepp:
This twisted groovebox/arpeggiator/synthesizer lets you quickly forge original electronic music, using sixteen sliders and a sixteen-step sequencer.
Instantly save and recall your ideas without missing a beat. With 160 memory slots you’re not likely to run out of storage.
While it’s designed to be easy to use, Pepp also offers:
Here’s a quick video demo: Continue reading
zerodebug has introduced midimux for iOS – a new app that talks MIDI to your Mac, using the standard usb to lightning or 30 pin cable.
midimux is the first of a planned pair of apps, with audiomux following, that promise to route both midi and audio over your device’s USB cable.
Developer Sascha Bienert has introduced MC Studio – a powerful digital multichannel real-time audio monitoring and analyzing toolbox for your iPad or iPhone
MC Studio includes an analyzer, oscilloscope, goniometer and a full scale level meter
It displays signals from the internal microphones as well as the 3.5 mm audio jack. In combination with an external multichannel USB-audio-interface it is capable of displaying even up to 8 channels simultaneously.
MC Studio also fully supports Audiobus and Inter-App Audio. Continue reading