When Musaico went Universal last month, the only feature missing on the iPhone was AudioPaste. This has been been added in today's patch, along with some minor bug fixes. There is also now a Musaico Mini, specifically for the iPhone.
It looks pretty cool. Has anyone played with it yet?
Both NLogSynth Pro and NLog MIDI Synth just received a massive update.
True Mono/Legato Mode
Reset Parameter to Default Value
Overdub Recording & Looping
Sound Bank Import & Export
Core MIDI Network Support
Full MIDI CC Range 0-127 for external control
Export Media Files in Another App
New Default Sound
Running Phase parameter improved & fixed.
Update to new SDK for Akai SynthStation 25
The screenshot here shows the new "Open In..." support for exporting your recordings directly into other apps that are associated with .WAV files. This is in addition to the AudioPaste and General Pasteboard support already in NLog.
I've already posted a lot of great songs using NLog, so here is a video from Tempo Rubato developer Rolf Wöhrmann, showing off all the various MIDI Ins and Outs that are available in NLog. I love to hear developers talk about their babies!
Fans of Cantor and Thumbjam are going to be very pleased with the latest update to IK Multimedia's SampleTank. There are very few apps that support MIDI Continuous Controllers, but today that number has increased by 1! Apps like Cantor send a continuous MIDI pitch message, allowing for fluid pitch bending mid-note, on a per-note basis, rather than just the pitch wheel effecting all notes. Now SampleTank will be able to take advantage of that!
Fans of Genome will also be excited to know that IK has also added MIDI Program Change support, allowing you to switch samples on the fly!
Here's one of my favorite examples of SampleTank in action. YouTuber efectism is playing with Geo Synthesizer; which is also a MIDI Continuous Controller, but this was done before it was added to SampleTank. I've featured efectism here before, really good stuff!
MIDI Designer's Dan Rosenstark is back with another preview of the features coming to MIDI Design 1.3.7
MIDI Designer 1.3.7 adds several new and interesting features. In the current video I go over:
Slide to Reverse
Snap to Default (on release)
Send on Release Only
Snap to Value
Snap to default and snap to value have two settings -- constant speed or constant time -- and have a variable speed from 25ms to 16 seconds, so you can get a lot more variation than you see in this video.
Last week we saw a tutorial for setting up Snap to Value. They have also set up a Q&A site for support questions.