As a change of pace I'm happy to present a new non-synth related Let's Play! Fugue Machine is another app that sees a lot of use from me, but I've been remiss in doing a video for it! I love using it to sequence a synth or synth app while I'm working on a patch, because it is so easy to change the melody up when my ADHD gets bored.
Fugue Machine is a unique sequencer that lets you quickly develop rich melodies in a highly interactive interface. It's a lot of fun, so Let's Play with it! If you enjoyed this please consider supporting this series by sponsoring them on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/discchord
Novation's Blocs Wave has been updated with a new Slice Mode that can chop up built-in samples, as well as your own!
What's new in Blocs Wave v4.0:
Blocs Wave now has 'Slice Mode', a new and powerful way to create music. Rearrange and chop up sounds, play slices in real-time and record your slice performance. If you're feeling lucky, hit 'random' for instant slice goodness. We've also fixed some of those nasty bug things...
- Use Slice Mode to rearrange and chop up built-in loops, imported loops or recorded sounds
- Play slices in real-time, and record up to four bars of your performance
- Quantise and velocity control for an expressive feel
- Randomise function for instant fun
- Fixed various crashes
- Fixed 'stuck' pads
- Slip now operates in both directions
We really appreciate your feedback and support. If you've got comments, questions or feature requests, let us know at email@example.com or www.blocs.cc/survey. If you like Blocs Wave and have a minute to spare, please review the app!
The update arrives with a tutorial for the new Slice Mode.
Sweetwater's Mitch Gallagher did a roundup of 6 effects plug-ins available on iOS via Audio Unit Extensions.
Mitch Gallagher presents six plug-ins that support the Audio Units format for iOS, using the Cubasis app running on his iPad. Audio Units support on iOS means you can use these instruments and processors as inserts in apps that support the audio units format. After the video, click the link below for more info on these and other music-related apps.