Primal Audio has announced FM4 – a new FM synthesizer for iPad, modeled on classic 1980s Yamaha DX series keyboards.
According to the developers, “Great care has been put into analyzing and replicating inherent sonic characteristics of the original hardware, such as internal quantization errors and digital-to-analogue conversion.” Continue reading
This video, via Rob Papen, is a sneak preview of the new features of RP Quad 1.0.2 or higher. Continue reading
Cycling ’74 has released Max 7, the latest version of their visual programming system for audio and video.
Cycling ’74 calls Max 7 a ‘visual programming language for media.’ It works on Mac (OS 10.7+) and Windows (7+), and supports a wide variety of hardware.
Here are the details: Continue reading
Mobile Only has introduced zMors modular – a new modular synthesizer for iPad.
Zmors lets you create patches using a variety of modules, but also lets you connect hardware gear with up to 8 USB outputs, for audio and/or control voltages.
- 64 bit support
- send up to 8 audio/cv to your modular synth via USB Audio
- 32bit float audio engine with up to 16x oversampling
- InterAppAudio up to 96K
- Midi input
- very low Storage usage
- skinning with custom background images
Here’s a video intro: Continue reading
GForce has announced Oddity2, a major update to their modeled version of the classic ARP Odyssey synthesizer, manufactured between 1972 and 1981.
According to GForce, Oddity2 “transports the spirit of the original into a new dimension.” Continue reading
IK Multimedia has announced the latest versions of its loop-based “groove making” app GrooveMaker 2 for iPhone and iPad, and of its mobile DJ app, DJ Rig for iPad.
Both DJ Rig and GrooveMaker 2 are now iOS 8-compatible, with native plug-and-play support for IK’s new iRig Pads MIDI controller
In addition, all GrooveMaker 2 users will be able to take advantage of the app’s support for Audiobus 2 in iOS 8, which allows for inter-app audio routing between compatible music apps.
Auxy is a new app for iPad that the developers say is designed for ‘beat making without distraction’.
This is similar in concept to simple beatmaking apps like Figure, but Auxy offers a more traditional grid sequencing interface.
”Creating modern music should be more about music and less about technology” says Henrik Lenberg, co-founder and CEO of Auxy. “A lot of people would love to make modern music but feel it’s too complicated to get started. Our app removes technical barriers to give everyone a better experience.” Continue reading
Developer Taylor Holliday has updated Audulus for Mac & iOS to version 2.9.
The update offers improved memory usage, usability improvements and more. Continue reading