Developer ElephantCandy has released LiveFX – a new Korg Kaoss pad style effects processor for the iPad.
- Hook up any source or even use an other app with Audiobus
- Control multiple effects in realtime using the intuitive LiveFX touchpad
- Create your own LiveFX combinations and use up to four effects at once
- Use multi touch to create an auto dynamic effect
- Use one of the many preset-banks or save your own
- With Audiobus access those presets from within an other app
- Make your own effect combination from the countless possibilities
- Lock button holds the effect settings, for dazzling hands-free use
- Versatile and highly playable effects control, delivering unimaginable expression
- New Looper effects – Forward, Reverse and Slice – add new audio intensity
- Mix it up with new DJ emulation Vinyl Break and Ducking Compressor effects
- Auto BPM detection and Tap Tempo keeps your LiveFX locked to the beat
It offers a familiar Kaoss interface and real-time fingertip effects, packaged in a compact body with battery operation for “shirt pocket” portability. The new Mini Kaoss Pad 2 is being promoted as being ideal for DJ club performances and for use with a variety of musical instruments, home studio applications and portable audio players.
Like its older cousins, the Kaoss Pad KP3 and Kaoss Pad Quad, the Mini Kaoss Pad 2 is played by sliding or tapping a finger on the X-Y touchpad. These finger motions allow control of multiple effect parameters at the same time.
This is a video review of the Korg Kaoss Pad Quad, via sonicstate.
The Korg Kaoss Pad Quad lets you use up to four effects simultaneously. These effects can be sync’ed to the beat of your music, to transform your song in realtime.
Any audio source can be processed; an MP3 player, a mixing board, an instrument, even vocals via the mic input. Continue reading
Korg has released a set of videos that take an in-depth look at the new Kaoss Pad Quad.
The Kaoss Pad Quad offers four effects processors under one pad, Each processor has five options plus off, for a total of 1,295 combinations.
Each processor also has an independent Freeze control. The first video offers an overview of the Korg Kaoss Pad Quad. Continue reading
The Stylophone Beatbox has a built-in looper that’s a piece of junk – but psychopath3000 demonstrates that you can still make some interesting music with the bizarre beatbox synth, with the help of a Kaoss Pad 3.