The system is compact and battery powered, but offers standard DJ system features, including dual channels, sound effects, sample pads, a beat sequencer, recording and more. … Read More JD Sound Intros GoDJ Plus Portable DJ System
This video, via Matt Greer, demonstrates his mobile battery-powered studio in a box, aka ‘The Lunchbox’. Greer’s battery-powered mobile setup features: Korg Volca Keys, Monotron, Teenage Engineering PO-12, PO-20 and Novation Circuit.
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:
At the 2015 Summer NAMM Show, one of the more unique introductions was the WiFo RemoFinger – a wireless controller that lets you use your foot as a ‘remote finger’ to control your touchscreen devices. In this video, Secret Base Design takes a look at the RemoFinger:
Native Instruments today released a major new release of its beatmaking app for iOS, iMaschine 2. While the original iMaschine focused on beatmaking, iMaschine 2 is designed to let you create entire tracks. It adds new arranging options, new note entry options, an arpeggiator, color-coded pads, 3D Touch support and more. Unfortunately, the specs make… Read More iMaschine 2 Lets You Create Entire Tracks
IK Multimedia has announced that its iRig Keys controllers are now cross-platform compatible. Both the iRig Keys and mobile full-size keyboard iRig Keys PRO controllers will now ship with a Micro-USB to OTG cable for Android devices and Lightning and USB cables.
Sunday Synth Jam: This video, via Perplex On, captures a synth jam in the park, featuring an iPad, a homemade wooden box (used as a trigger for the Impaktor app), a Korg nanoKontrol and a Korg Volca Keys. Technical details on the setup below:
It looks like mobile music making – especially with iOS devices – is here to stay. Sales of iOS devices, which have been increasing steadily for seven years straight, caught up with sales of Windows computers in June: