Primal Audio has announced FM4 – a new FM synthesizer for iPad, modeled on classic 1980s Yamaha DX series keyboards.
According to the developers, “Great care has been put into analyzing and replicating inherent sonic characteristics of the original hardware, such as internal quantization errors and digital-to-analogue conversion.” Continue reading
Here’s an in-depth look at the new UI for Loopy: Masterpiece Edition, from developer Michael Tyson of A Tasty Pixel.
Tyson plans to take Loopy into new territory, making it a looper that’s useful for all stages of the music creation process. Continue reading
On the latest episode of the iOS Update, host Mitch Gallagher takes a look at the Steinberg UR44 Audio Interface.
The Steinberg UR44 is a 6-input audio interface for iOS, Mac, and PC. It offers 24-bit/192kHz recording, with USB 2.0 connectivity, and onboard DSP effects. Continue reading
Developer Denis Kutuzov let us know that Navichord Harmony Explorer – an instrument designed for exploring chord progressions – has been updated with new MIDI options.
Here’s what’s new in Navichord 1.1: Continue reading
Developer Savelii Kaliupanov has released Deregulator 2, a major update that introduces a cleaner UI, MIDI control, Audiobus 2.x and IAA support and more.
Deregulator is an audio processing app with 3 FX modules, Echo, Delay and Reverb. You can randomize each of the module’s settings dynamically.
You can even randomize the randomizers, allowing you “to journey into unusual and very cool sonic territory.” Continue reading
Avantgarde Sound has released nChord v3 – HeartEater – a ‘harmony modular super algorithm/MIDI control super instrument’ for the Liine Lemur platform on iPad.
The app turns an iPad into a MIDI controller based on music theory, with a library of 7,000 chords and dozens of scales.
Here’s what’s new in nChord v3: Continue reading
Mobile Only has introduced zMors modular – a new modular synthesizer for iPad.
Zmors lets you create patches using a variety of modules, but also lets you connect hardware gear with up to 8 USB outputs, for audio and/or control voltages.
- 64 bit support
- send up to 8 audio/cv to your modular synth via USB Audio
- 32bit float audio engine with up to 16x oversampling
- InterAppAudio up to 96K
- Midi input
- very low Storage usage
- skinning with custom background images
Here’s a video intro: Continue reading
Koushion MIDI Step Sequencer for iPad has been updated with some significant functionality improvements.
Koushion turns an iPad into a step sequencer that can be used to control iOS apps, desktop music software or hardware MIDI devices, using a hardware MIDI adapter.
Here’s what’s new in Koushion 4: Continue reading