Here’s what’s new in Korg iPolySix:
- Background Audio support allows to play other music apps
- iCloud data backup
- “Audiobus? enables audio streaming between iOS Musical Instrument Apps
- Virtual MIDI enables MIDI communication between iOS Musical Instrument Apps
- Parameter Control via MIDI
- A few bugs have also been addressed, improving operational operational stability
Open Mic: This video captures Dream Theater keyboardist Jordan Rudess demoing his favorite music apps for iOS, including: Magellan, Tachyon, Cassini, Nlog, Cylon Voice, Garage Band, Geo Synthesizer, DrumJam, NanoStudio, SynthX, VoiceSynth, BitWiz, SpaceWiz, Animoog, iDensity, iKaossilator, PixiTracker, TC-11, MorphWiz and SampleWiz.
What are your favorite music apps for iOS?
Korg has updated iKaossilator, its Kaoss style synth app for iOS, adding support for the iPad and more.
Here’s what’s new in Korg iKaossilator 2.0:
- Audio Export records and saves your performance, just as you heard it
- iPad native support allows the iKaossilator to fill the iPad?s large 9.7″ screen
- ?SoundCloud? allows users to share and remix loops with other users worldwide
- ?AudioCopy? provides an easy way to copy audio data between musical instrument apps
- Flex Play makes it easy to generate fills and breaks
iKaossilator 2.0 is now available in the App Store. Through the end of December, it’s priced at 50% off.
Ean Golden reviews the new Korg iKaossilator app for iOS – a new app that turns the screen of iPhone, iPod touch or iPad into a Kaossilator-like instrument.
iKaossilator isn’t as deep an instruments as something like Korg’s own iMS-20. But, as Golden demonstrates, it’s an electronic music app that anybody should be able to have some fun with. And with WIST and a 5-part loop sequencer, it should be capable of a lot more in the right hands.
If you’ve tried out iKaossilator, what do you think of it?