Beatonal is designed to let you create and share your musical ideas using built-in synthesizers and drum machine.… Read More New Beatmaking App For iOS & Android, Beatonal
Retronyms today announced that iMPC is now available on the Samsung Galaxy Apps Store. iMPC was originally released for iOS in 2012. The port is a collaboration between Retronyms, Akai Professional and Samsung. The app offers more than 1,200 samples, 50 editable programs, 80 editable sequences and a classic MPC workflow. If you’ve used iMPC for Samsung Galaxy,… Read More iMPC Now Available For Android Samsung Galaxy
Launch Buttons, an app that looks like a Launchpad S and controls Ableton Live via the Launchpad95 script, is now available for free on iOS and Android.
Software studio app Caustic has been updated to version 3.2. … Read More Caustic Update Adds New Synth, Effects & More
Image Line has released FL Studio Mobile 3 for Android, iOS or Windows – an app that lets you record, edit and sequence complete songs on your mobile phone or tablet.… Read More FL Studio Mobile 3 Now Available For Android, iOS or Windows
Reactable has released a new version of their mobile iOS music app which integrates Ableton Link, a new technology that allows users to connect and synchronize between multiple Link-enabled apps over a wireless network. Based on their Reactable Live! software, Reactable Mobile is a synthesiser that enables the user to play and process their own… Read More Reactable Mobile iOS Update Integrates Ableton Link
Csound – an open source user-programmable software sound synthesizer is now available on Android. Csound contains a full complement of digital oscillators, samplers, filters, envelope generators, random number generators, physical models, sound granulators, phase vocoders, and other unit generators. Users write instrument definitions in Csound’s orchestra language to render notes written in Csound’s score language, played… Read More Csound Now Available On Android
At the 2015 Summer NAMM Show, one of the more unique introductions was the WiFo RemoFinger – a wireless controller that lets you use your foot as a ‘remote finger’ to control your touchscreen devices. In this video, Secret Base Design takes a look at the RemoFinger: