Sunday Synth Jam: King Tet lays down some acid jazz grooves with the Yamaha Tenori-On, used as a midi-controller with the Roland Sonic-Cell desktop synth.
Last year, Kudzu Creative Group released Koushion – a Tenori On inspired music app for the iPad.
Since then, they’ve made a variety of improvements to Koushion, most notably adding CoreMIDI support. The latest update, version 2.4, adds iPad Retina graphics and a “rebound” loop mode that loops a single scene forwards and backwards.
Here’s the version 2.4 feature list…..
Yamaha has released a significant update to TNR-i, the Tenori On app for iOS.
Here’s what’s new:
TNR-i is $19.99 in the App Store.
If you’ve used TRN-i, let us know what you think of the update!
Reader Howard Jones sent word about a major update to Yamaha’s TNR-i, their Tenori On app for the iPad.
“Just thought you’d like to know about the latest update to Yamaha’s Tenori-On app, Tnr-i,” writes Jones. “User samples have arrived – apparently with up to 5 seconds per sample. This is a big improvement on the hardware (which has a 0.97 second limit for user samples).”
Here’s what’s new in TNR-i 1.3:
Note: The update is currently being rolled out and may not yet be available in all areas.
If you’ve updated to Tenori On for iPad version 1.3, let us know what you think of the update!
Sunday Synth Jam: Experimental art rockers Russel White & Cameron Chiles, aka Crayons and Antidotes, get their jam on, with the help of a Tenori On, Kaossilator Pro & a Korg MicroX.