Daniel Rowland has a new video demonstrating how to convert video to audio (and how to convert audio to video) using the iOS app,
“Using a stock GIF playing in Pixivisor from an iPad and a Mac. This is converted to audio and run through effects in Ableton Live and filters on an iRig Mix, then converted back to video in Pixivisor on another iPad. Modulated by a short drum loop from the Nine Inch Nails track, ‘The Warning’.”
PixiVisor is an
iOS app that lets the user treat video as audio. Continue reading
iK Multimedia has released iLectric Piano, an electric piano app for the Apple iPad.
iLectric Piano offers over 40 “classic” electric pianos, electric grands and clavinets, all sampled from the original instruments.
19 multisampled electric piano and electronic keyboard instruments
Expandable library of 22 more instruments with the Electric Piano Expansion Pack, available via in-app purchase
Effects section allows 4 simultaneous effects: 3-band EQ, Reverb, Overdrive and one of 5 modulation effects: Chorus, Phaser, Flanger, Tremolo and AutoPan
Recorder section with overdub and quantize
Audio/Visual metronome with tap tempo
Export recordings as WAV or m4a audio files via File Sharing, email, or Copy
Virtual MIDI and MIDI Program Change support
Low-latency for real-time playing
Designed in concert with iRig KEYS portable MIDI keyboard and iRig MIDI interface
Here’s a demo of iLectric in action:
Delora Software has updated gbTouch, its iPad controller app for GarageBand, to version 3.1.
Here’s what’s new in gbTouch 3.1:
Vertical faders – new ‘Mixer’ theme style
The Mixer theme style also includes a new type of rotary. Enable a preference setting for circular (default) or vertical response.
Dismiss GarageBand alerts now directly from the gbTouch info screen.
Both gbTouch 3.1 and gbLink 3.1 have quality and performance enhancements.
gbTouch is available in the
GrooveMaker has introduced GrooveMaker for the iPad.
GrooveMaker for the new iPad offers the exact same smart functionality and workflow as the iPhone/iPod Touch version, but takes advantage of the larger multi-touch surface.
If you’re interested in GrooveMaker, try out the
free version (App Store link) first. Continue reading
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