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Retronyms today released this preview video for Tabletop 2.0 – the new version of their virtual studio for IOS. Sound designer Richard Devine created the video’s soundtrack, Glitch Breaker Demo, usingTabletop’s virtual studio environment. Retronyms is making the set available, so you can check out Devine’s work and use it as a starting point for… Read More Retronyms Tabletop 2.0 Preview + Richard Devine Remix
Retronyms has released an update to its Tabletop virtual studio for the iPad. Here’s what’s new in Tabletop 1.6: T-Pain Effect Fix and play with your pitch. Magic Mic A fantastic microphone recording machine. Stability and performance improvements The T-Pain Effect is a $6 in-app purchase. Tabletop is available for free in the App Store.… Read More Tabletop Update Adds T-Pain Effect
Retronyms today updated Tabletop, its virtual studio for the iPad. Here’s what’s new in Tabletop 1.5: CloudSeeder – access the Tabletop Community (powered by SoundCloud) Audio Copy – collaborate with other Apps Module Bundles – discounted collections of in-app add-ons The most notable addition is CloudSeeder. Here’s what Retronyms has to say about it: CloudSeeder… Read More Retronyms Updates Tabletop iPad Music Studio, Adds SoundCloud Community
Retronyms today made an interesting announcement – it’s bringing the Akai MPC Fly app to Tabletop, its virtual studio for the iPad. MPC Fly, announced at this year’s NAMM Show, is a hardware + software combination that turns an iPad into an old-school style MPC. The MPC Fly hardware is an iPad case that doubles… Read More Retronyms Bringing Akai MPC Fly To Tabletop
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Retronyms has updated Tabletop, its virtual studio for the iPad. New devices in Tabletop 1.1: Compressor Limiter Expander Bit Crusher Splitter High-pass Filter Tabletop is a modular virtual studio that comes with a variety of devices, including a pad sampler, matrix synthesizer, mixer, turntable, low-pass filter and more. Additional devices are available as in-app purchases.
Ashley Elsdon – the writer and musician behind the blog Palm Sounds – has posted some interesting thoughts on why he thinks mobile music is important. He mentions three main reasons why he thinks mobile music making matters. The first reason is immediacy and access: Inspiration doesn’t appear on a schedule, and doesn’t recognise when you have… Read More Does Mobile Music Making Matter?