This video, via untergeekDE, takes a look at how you can hack an Alesis IO Dock to add an internal USB hub.
Detailed step-by-step instructions are available at the untergeek site.
Geert Bevin put together this interesting overview of the new Moog Animoog synthesizer, exploring the software synth’s capabilities and demonstrating its capability for polyphonic expression with an Eigenharp Pico.
Bevin’s video does a good job of demonstrating the expressive capability of Animoog, played through via the iPad’s touchscreen and the Eigenharp Pico. The video also offers an introduction to working with Moog’s software synth.
Animoog is currently available for $.99 in the App Store. If you’ve tried it out, let us know what you think of it and how you are using it – by itself, with other iPad apps, with desktop software or with hardware controllers.
Technical details on the demo video below.
Minijack Music’s Greg Pritchard shared his only slightly ‘gimped-out’ unboxing video for the Alesis iO Dock:
First look at the new Alesis iO Dock – the ultimate audio and midi interface for the iPad.
Unboxing and testing the iO Dock with some favorite apps like Horizon Synth and Korg’s iMS-20.
See our earlier post for the full Alesis iO Dock specifications.
The Alesis iO Dock is a device that a lot of readers have been interested since it was introduced at the 2011 NAMM Show. So, if you’ve tried it, leave a comment with your thoughts on it.
via Minijack music, a blog that focuses making music with ‘minijack’ devices
iPad Music Software: The Alesis iO Dock for iPad is now available.
The Alesis iO Dock is compatible with the iPad and iPad 2, and adds connectivity options for music and audio recording.
The Alesis iO Audio Dock for iPad retails for around $200.
If you’ve used the Alesis iO Dock, leave a comment and let us know what you think of it! Continue reading