Review: TC-11

TC-11 brings a lot of innovation to synthesis on the iPad with a mind-boggling assortment of controls. This review takes a look at just a fraction of the many possible ways to play with your patches. According to the developer the next major update will include recording and AudioCopy, so I look forward to that!
Essential

Recommendation:

This expressive take on synthesis greatly utilizes the touch interface in a very well thought out package.

Buy TC-11 on iTunes: $29.99

Everyone Can Play Music #10: Envelopes in Sound Design

In this lesson I use Animoog to demonstrate Envelopes and how they can change the sounds we hear in synthesis. At the end I give a brief example of Legato and how that effects Envelopes. We will be returning to iMS-20 in the next lesson.
Essential

Recommendation:

An amazing synthesis experience designed for the iPad interface.

Buy Animoog on iTunes: $29.99

Review: Physynth

Physynth is a great example of an experimental music app; offering the control you need to make meaningful experiments with predictable outcomes.

Friendly

Recommendation:

An Experimental music app with a solid physics engine for predictable results!

Buy Physynth on iTunes: $2.99

Everyone Can Play Music #9: iMS-20 - Part 4

This lesson is all about pots and pans. I demonstrate some basic tricks to cleaning up a mix with a little panning, and then get into some basic automation for lively panning.
Essential

Recommendation:

Synthesis! Synthesis everywhere!

Buy Korg iMS-20 on iTunes: $32.99

Review: Beat Shuffler for iPad

I roused myself from a Turkey-induced-coma to bring you this timely review, so please forgive all the "uhh"s. Beat Shuffler is a beat juggling app for the iPad that makes loop mashing pretty fun and easy.

Friendly

Recommendation:

Simple app for jumping in and juggling beats!

Buy Beat Shuffler on iTunes: $2.99

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