You wouldn't be alone if you haven't heard of Audio Palette before, but you'll want to hear this demo from Noise of Toys!
Via Palm Sounds
Peter Kirns has posted a huge Audiobus article on Create Digital Music. If you haven't been keeping up with all of the various posts about it this is a good catch-all for all that's been happening, and what will happen when this is released soon.
Moog’s wildly-popular Animoog synth and Filtatron effect processor are both confirmed.
Synthetic Bits’ wonderful Funkbox, the drum machine.
Percussion app Drumjam is confirmed.
By the way, we can now confirm that there is no multi-app audio routing built into iOS 6. There was a slide that mentioned this at WWDC, but no other mention from Apple. So, this looks like a third-party capability, which makes sense: it’s a lot more involved than simply supporting hardware MIDI input and output. As you look at all these screenshots, you can see just how true that is, with all the UI elements needed to expose the functionality to users in order to make it useful.
Read the full article on CDM.
Brain Eno talks with the BBC about how he has poured his experiences into his latest app, Scape. Thanks to Simon for this link!
Brian Eno is a pop and electronic music legend. He first found fame for his work with art college pop icons Roxy Music, before going on to pioneer ambient music in the late 1970s.
He has produced albums for the likes of David Bowie, U2 and Coldplay.
His latest venture is the app Scape, a follow-up to 2008's Bloom app. Scape not only contains his most recent 'album' of the same name, but is also a tool allowing people to compose their own music on mobile devices.
He developed it with Peter Chilvers, known for his work creating music for computer games in the 1990s.
The app promises "deep access to the musical elements" that the composers used to make the album itself.
Rory Cellan-Jones caught up with Brian Eno in his London studio, to hear his views on the future of music.