iMusicAlbum has updated FieldScaper, an advanced field recorder and mobile sound design app for iOS, adding enhanced field recorder capabilities, Dropbox support, inmproved Inter-App Audio support and more. Here’s what’s new in Fieldscaper 1.5:
In the latest episode of his iOS Update video series, host Mitch Gallagher demonstrates how how to route audio from your iOS device directly to your computer, without needing an audio interface.
Novation has announced that their Blocs Wave app now has Ableton Link support. Users can take advantage of Blocs Wave’s real-time stretch engine, combined with a “super-fast and intuitive” browser, for real-time jamming and collaboration.
Apple has introduced the Lightning to USB 3 Camera Adapter, a new accessory that may interest musicians using iPads for music making. The Adapter lets you power your device, while you connect USB peripherals like hubs, Ethernet adapters, audio/MIDI interfaces, and card readers for CompactFlash, SD and microSD. Compatible models include:
Novation today introduced a new sub-brand, Blocs, focusing on app development and a new beatmaking app for iOS, Blocs Wave. Blocs Wave is a music creation app designed for touchscreen beatmaking. Here’s a performance demo:
c3n loops is a new app for iOS, designed for live remixing of loop-based music. The interface is designed to let you navigate and play with loops on an ‘infinite surface’. Automatic tempo matching lets you mix anything with everything. And you can sync hardware and apps to c3n loops via MIDI sync and work with… Read More New App For Live Remixing On iOS, C3N Loops
Kymatica has introduced AUM – a new audio mixer, recorder, and connection hub for your iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. AUM is designed to let you connect hardware inputs and outputs, Audio Unit extensions, Inter-App Audio apps, Audiobus, soundfile players, built-in signal processing and filters, in any configuration you want. Highlights include: You can route anything to anywhere,… Read More Kymatica AUM An Audio Mixer For iOS
Cloud-based music platform BandLab has announced the launch of its Pro Mix Editor for Android and teased upcoming features for both iOS and Android, along with a new Web MIDI Editor. Here are the details: