Recording with Cubasis & Behringer UCA222

thesoundtestroom has posted a 30 minute long demonstration of one of the cheapest ways to record input on your iDevices. Dissatisfied with the audio-bleed of IK's cheap iRig, he went with the even cheaper Behringer UCA222($30) and loved it.

Not shown in this video, but definietly worth noting, is the UCA222 also features a SPDIF Out! If you already have an audio interface with SPDIF In, this is also the cheapest way to get your iPad's live audio into your PC in pure digital.

Video Description:

A demo and tutorial of using the Behringer UCA222 with an iPad 2 to record external audio into Cubasis and Audiobus.

In this manic video I record VST's, a guitar, bass, and a synth live into Cubasis from start to finish including some problems we all encounter..but the Behringer UCA222 performs perfectly and so does Cubasis and Audiobus

Buy Audiobus on iTunes: $4.99 (On Sale)

 

Buy Cubasis on iTunes: $49.99

Yellofier - New Free Beat Maker!

Readers Simon and Andre insisted I needed to check out Yellofier this morning, and I'm glad they did!
This free Universal app is a lot of fun! It was developed by Jonatan Liljedahl; the guy behind Nord Beat, BitWiz, and AudioShare.

iTunes Description:

Yellofier makes anything into music. Record your voice, a musical instrument or everyday noises. Within seconds the app magically turns them into groovy music.

Edit the sounds and effects by moving and twisting colored blocks. Yellofier doesn’t look like any other music program. You can create a full song within minutes – even without knowing anything about music!

Create unique music with your own sounds and with the sounds of Yello’s musical maestro Boris Blank. The Yellofier also includes sounds and songs by some of the greatest musicians within electronic music. Anything can be yellofied!

  • Automatically slice your sound into 8 pieces and create a groove
  • Combine sounds and effects in an innovative step sequencer
  • Multiple effects and variations
  • Share your work
  • 32 bundled sounds by Boris Blank
  • Songs and sounds by the finest artists within electronic music:
    Carl Craig, Henrik Schwarz, The Orb, Trentemøller, Booka Shade, Orbital, The The, Thomas Fehlmann, Charles Webster, Håkan Lidbo and more…

Buy Yellofier on iTunes: Free


It is really free too, there are no IAPs at this time. It is "presented by" Deutsche Telekom's Electronic Beats as a promotional thing.
I spoke with Jonatan about it and he indicated that the freebie period may be temporary!

Although Audiobus and AudioCopy/Paste are not supported at this time, it is easy to get your own sounds in since it supports "Open In..." file-associations. Just load up anything in AudioShare, or email, and you'll be able to Open In Yellofier!

RØDE i16 Surround Sound Recorder for iOS

Update: RØDE came clean, it is an April Fools prank. Thanks to DJ KE for pointing this out.

I'm reasonably certain that this 16 mic monstrosity from RØDE Microphones is not an April Fools joke.

Despite the impractical appearance of this surround sound recording peripheral, it is doing some pretty interesting stuff that could be very handy for all types of field recording.

The new microphone uses RØDE’s own field recording app, RØDE Rec, to record the sixteen tracks simultaneously at quality up to 24-bit/96kHz.

At the heart of the i16 is an incredible sixteen individual gold-sputtered cardioid condenser capsules, which allows the user a high amount of freedom to record in either surround, stereo, mono, or anywhere in between.

“Once the user records the surrounding environment, software processing inside RØDE Rec will allow them to cancel background noise through phase manipulation of the other channels, working much in the same way as noise-cancelling headphones.” explained Mr Freedman. “In this way the i16 is even more effective at recording dialogue than a traditional shotgun microphone.”

That sounds almost too good to be true. I did some digging and it was actually announced on Sunday, but that was April 1st for the Australian-based company. Sonic State reported on it though, and various DSLR blogs are super-excited about it.

I'm still not sure after watching this promo-video. Is this some subtle Aussy Trolling? One dude actually says, "Buy a man bag."

Rheyne Jam #74

Rheyne has a new live loop jam, once again featuring lots of apps on this one!

Video Description:

Live looping with analog keyboards, USB controllers, iOS devices, and Ableton Live. All loops were recorded live, nothing was pre-recorded.

Download or stream the audio at SoundCloud: http://snd.sc/10tXCP2

Facebook: http://facebook.com/rheynemusic
Twitter: http://twitter.com/rheynemusic

Equipment:
  • DJ TechTools MIDI Fighter 3D in MF3D Launcher mode
  • iPad and iTouch running Lemur
  • iPad running Sunrizer
  • iPad running Animoog
  • KMI QuNeo controlling NI's Kontakt (drums)
  • Oxygen 49 controlling Sunrizer via an iConnectMIDI
  • DSI MoPho Keyboard
  • Akai APC20
  • Novation Launchpad
  • Moog Prodigy
  • Fender Rhodes w/ MXR Wylde Overdrive
  • PreSonus 1818VSL connected to a Macbook Pro
Lighting:
  • 5x Chauvet Slim Par 56 LED
  • 2x American DJ Mega 50 RGB
  • American DJ H2O LED

Buy Lemur on iTunes: $49.99

 

Buy Sunrizer on iTunes: $4.99

Buy Animoog on iTunes: $29.99

KissBox MIDI2TR

KissBox has released the MIDI2TR, a WiFi-MIDI tranceiver for the low-low price of $800! It is on sale at SIRS-E for just $673.

It works over RTP-MIDI, which is same way that the iPad's CoreMIDI does WiFi-MIDI. Here's a tutorial on how to connect your iPad.

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