The developer of Sonic Logic must have read your comments on the last video! Several people were wondering why all the controller app demos seem to focus on Ableton Live, instead of some of the other DAWs.
This week he's back with his new app in Propellerhead's Reason! Sonic Logic will be available later this month on iTunes.
This morning brings a couple of price-drops, making for free music apps!
The 16-step sequencer melodi is an iPhone app with 8 instruments including keyboard, piano, and guitar. They promise all future instruments will be added free, without IAPs, so you get even more for free!
Jordan Rudess is, without a doubt, the most influential and successful musician involved in mobile music making. We see so much of him he just feels like one of us, but today, his 55th birthday, I think we should appreciate his contributions to our community!
Jordan is the vanguard of instrument technology!
Seen here with MorphWiz on Windows 8.
Jordan has been on 12 Dream Theater albums, 12 solo albums, and countless smaller projects. Somehow between his hellacious touring schedule he always finds time to record little videos showing off some new app or keyboard technique on his YouTube channel.
While many, myself included, have given him a hard time about how much gear he pimps, he is genuine with his app enthusiasm. I've spoken with some developers who've had their apps featured on his channel and none of them have paid a dime for his endorsement.
Jordan is truly committed to expanding our concept of instruments and what it means to play them. From championing the Hakken Continuum, to his expanding roster of apps produced by his Wizdom Music team, Jordan has shown us incredible new ways of playing music.
In addition to all of the fun and insights you've brought us, we also gain legitimacy from your presence in the community.
On behalf of everyone: Thank you, Jordan! Happy birthday!
repeaterDS is one of the classic Nintendo DS homebrew music apps, offering some very fun and very glitchy sample playback. Today it arrives on iPad as an app called iterator! This is from the original DS developer, who also made glitchDS!
Thanks to Rafael for bringing this to my attention!
iterator is an inspiring sample based musical instrument with a stylistic interface. The premise is simple: The x-axis controls the sample playback position. The y-axis controls the repeat speed. The result is surprisingly musical.
Create your own soundscapes using any of the built-in 75+ samples from over 25 artists, including Richard Devine, Parallel Worlds, Toppobrillo, Atomic Shadow, and many more. Or, supply your own .mp3s through iTunes.