IK Multimedia introduced iRig Mic, a condenser hand-held microphone designed for iOS devices and VocaLive, a vocal effects app, at the 2011 NAMM Show.
C.J. Pierce of Drowning Pool and IK Multimedia’s Starr Ackerman show you what you can do with IK’s 2 new releases iRig and VocaLive and then proceed to simulate a bad drug tip with VocaLive’s voice effects.
VocaLive will have a suite of 5 dedicated real-time vocal effects (pitch correction, choir harmonizer, voice doubler, vocal morpher and de-esser) plus 7 effects tailored to vocal processing (reverb, EQ, compressor, delay, envelope filter, chorus, phazer) that can be combined on a 3-processor vocal rig chain.
iPad Music Software: This video is a teaser for MiniSynth PRO with MIDI support, running on iOS 4.2 on the iPad.
All sounds in the video were recorded using USB MIDI support in MiniSynth PRO, as well as some sequencing help from its sister app, MiniDrum PRO. Note that this feature will be available in version 1.4 for users of iOS 4.2 or beyond.
The MIDI control keyboard in use is an M-Audio Oxygen 49, hooked up to the iPad via the iPad Camera Connection Kit.
iPad Music Software: This is a sneak preview of Mixr – a new DJ application for the iPhone and iPad:
Mixrs turntables look and feel just like real the real thing. To mix your music, all you have to do is touch the vinyl records with your fingers. You can play it, stop it, run it backwards and even control the pitch and scratch! To manipulate the sound, simply rotate the vinyl with your fingers, it’s that easy! Here’s a quick list of the some things Mixr can do.
Change the speed of the record by touch
Cue tracks, match beats with precision and control