Somehow there are still even more apps going on sale! So much good stuff in here including Fugue's first sale!
Mike Tyson is my Spirit Animal. Besides our obvious visual similarities, we share a similar philosophy in our artistry. Specifically; the belief that the first take is always the best take. Watch in awe as this consummate artist covers One Night In Bangkok, in what is clearly the first and only take. I know I'll be thinking of Mike tonight as I bite into an ear (of corn).
TonApp, developer of GuitarCapo+, has just released their hotly anticipated EQ app SilQ. This one is pretty incredible to look at. 32 different bands, with stereo processing! It even arrives on sale for 40% off.
SilQ iTunes Description:
SilQ Equalizer is a sophisticated, high quality 32 band stereo equalizer supporting a great variety of audio inputs (including built-in microphone or hardware) as well as acting as an effect app through IAA and Audiobus.
Use SilQ Equalizer to get the feel you want from your track or mix and hit the 'RECORD' button to save the sound that you hear for later use.
Maybe you need an easy-to-use equalizer in your live setup?
The audible frequency spectre is divided into bands with 8 right/left sliders on each view. All center frequencies can be adjusted +/- 20dB.
- 64 sliders to adjust gain in stereo
- Ajust gain +/
- 20dB on each center frequency
- Multitouch to move several sliders at the same time
- Fast bypass mode for listening and comparing
- Auto mute to avoid feedback
- 4 main frequency bands (Bass/Low Mid/Upper Mid/Treble)
- Direct access to mask out and listen to each band
- A collection of factory presets ready to use for further tweaks
- Save you own presets for later use
- Audio recording
- Open your recordings in AudioShare
- Audiobus and IAA support
Doug Woods from The Sound Test Room did a helpful preview of SilQ last week!
Jakob Haq has released the 100th haQ attaQ episode! Congratulations Jakob! In this episode he's doing another talking synth, this time with classic iPhone app Argon by iceGear!
In September Tffshtt brought us TB MIDI Stuff templates for editing a Waldorf Pulse 2, and a Novation Drum Station. Today he's releasing a TB template for the relatively affordable analog drum machine MFB 503.
Download here, no login or registration required: http://midi.theunfed.com/
Just a quick video going through each parameter on the ipad editor for the MFB 503. You need to have 'TB MIDI stuff' installed on your ipad to use this template. Sorry about the noise on the recording; it is cross talk that I didn't notice, *not* the 503.
Ace Waters has been doing a lot of these Video Game Music videos, and this week he was joined by reader Felix from The Tuesday Night Machines! Felix brought along his iPhone running DR-OM and AUFX: Space for this jam on a Zelda tune!
Its the final video for Zelda Month, and we get dark and electronic with a cover of The Stone Tower Temple from Majora's Mask. I had Felix of The Tuesday Night Machines help create the atmosphere with his fantastic collection of gadgets and electronic instruments.
Moog LP, DSI Prophet 08, DSI Tempest, Elektron Analog 4, Chip Maestro Running NES, Djembe, Bells, Baritone Sax, Melodica
Modular Wall Controlled by Arturia Microbrute, Teenage Engineering OP-1, DR-OM iOS App, Dirty Electronics Mute Synth, AUFXSpace iOS App