Saitara Software has introduced AC-X, a 16 channel wireless control surface for Apple’s Logic Pro X and other recording/mixing systems.
The app uses the industry standard MCU protocol, so should work with most recording/mixing software out there (but not Pro Tools yet). For the initial release, the control panel button layout is set up for Logic Pro X, but the developer says that the main mixing screen should work with most other systems. Continue reading
Pioneering synth designer Wolfgang Palm has released two video sneak previews of PPG WaveMapper 2 – for Mac and Windows.
PPG WaveMapper 2 was originally released for the iPad, and is one of the most highly-rated synths in the App Store.
Palm calls WaveMapper 2 ‘the best PPG ever’. Continue reading
This video is a sneak preview of MiMiX – a new mixer app for Audiobus.
MiMiX is designed to let you control and mix the output of multiple iPad music apps. Continue reading
The latest episode of Tim Webb’s ‘Let’s Play With….’ video series takes a look at iceGear’s new software synth, Laplace.
Laplace is a physical-modeling synthesizer, based on resonator synthesis, that makes it easy to create bowed string, plucked string, blown pipe and metallic sounds. Continue reading
In the latest episode of Sweetwater’s iOS Update, host Mitch Gallagher takes a look at the new Arturia iProphet software synthesizer. Continue reading
Modulares Interface B.A. is a physical interface for iPad, created by Interaction Designer Florian Born, that uses knobs, buttons and sliders to provide precision and haptic feedback when operating a digital interface.
The project is a design concept meant to explore ways to bring more haptic feedback to iPad controllers.
Here’s a video demo of the Modulares Interface in action: Continue reading
The latest episode of The Sound Test Room takes a look at Strom for iPad, ‘an incredibly fun sampler’ for the iPad that offers tight integration with the Elektron Analog Rytm. Continue reading
We just posted our 2014 Best Desktop DAW poll – and for the first time, mobile DAWs are getting sophisticated enough that we needed to distinguish between desktop and mobile DAWs.
WaveMachine Labs Auria turns an iPad into a 48-channel audio recording system. Steinberg’s Cubasis lets you record up to 24 tracks simultaneously. And new apps, like Korg Gadget, offer complete virtual studios.
But, while mobile music apps are getting very powerful, most electronic musicians still think that desktop operating systems are best for music making.
Which leads to our question for you….. Continue reading