Here’s a demo + synth jam featuring the JamStik and a variety of iPad music software.
The JamStik is a portable guitar MIDI controller for iOS devices.
This cover of Daft Punk’s Get Lucky makes use of these apps: Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: Here’s an ambient/new age synth jam, Quiet Cloud, via ryouichi harada.
Technical details: Continue reading
Moog has officially announced Animoog for Blackberry, introduced yesterday at BlackBerry Live.
This version of Animoog is designed for for use with the BlackBerry Z10 handheld device.
Here are the details: Continue reading
At BlackBerry Live – an annual event focusing on the Blackberry platform - CEO Thorsten Heins introduced the latest version of BlackBerry OS, BB10.1.
Heins also told attendees that Moog will be bringing its synthesizer app Animoog, previously exclusive to iOS, to the BB10 platform. Moog shared an image, right, that shows Animoog working on Blackberry.
The huge growth in mobile music apps has left some Android-using musicians and developers frustrated, because of years of inaction on Google’s part to address latency issues on Android. Latency is enough of a problem on the platform that music app developers have focused on iOS, despite a larger possible audience on the Android platform. Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: Reader Igor Cristo shared with us this Animoog + Little Phatty synth jam. Continue reading
Jeremy Lewis has shared a collection of free patches for Animoog – Moog’s software synth for the iPad.
It’s available as a free download. Continue reading