Vote for your favorite Fat & Lazy Preset!

Thank you very much to everyone who participated in this month's preset design contest!

This month there were 7 entries! Unfortunately one of those did not send over correctly, so I had to delay voting. I still haven't gotten a corrected version, so we'll just have to go with 6 today.

There are some great sounds in here, so I'm glad I don't have to pick the winners! That is up to you guys. Please take a listen and "Like" the ones that you do. The three with the most votes by tomorrow will get their choice of any Sunsine Audio preset pack! All entrants this month will also receive a free copy of Noisepad!

Winners will be tallied tomorrow morning at 10:00 Eastern. All presets, including some of my own NLog bass presets, will be available tomorrow when I announce the winners!

Quasar Powered Garageband

iOS Musician found a video from Joey Joel demonstrating the power of Quasar. Quasar is the jailbreak app, available on the Cydia Store, that allows you to run apps in windows. It is pretty cool, but weird to get use to and I don't honestly run it very often.

Here Joey shows how you can use multiple controller apps to interact with Garageband.

Buy SoundPrism Pro on iTunes: $15.99


Buy Cantor on iTunes: Free (On Sale)

Buy MidiBridge on iTunes: $8.99


Buy Garageband on iTunes: $4.99

Akai EWI4000S Playing Addictive Synth

The Akai EWI4000S is a breath controlled MIDI controller; like a MIDI keyboard for flutists. Addictive Synth supports breath controlled MIDI, so yesterday YouTuber Bernie Kenerson put out an epic 17 minute tutorial on controlling it with Akai's EWI. Bernie's channel has other examples of the EWI playing apps, including Sunrized and Animoog.

Buy Addictive Synth on iTunes: $5.99

LFA iPad Orchestra - Hello Meow

Lake Forest Academy, a high school in Illinois, has a Laptop Orchestra; which became an iPad Orchestra for a performance during the Fall 2012 All School Concert. In the following video the students play Squarepusher's "Hello Meow", putting high school marching bands to shame.

Video Description:

Lake Forest Academy Laptop Orchestra plays Squarepusher's "Hello Meow" during the Fall 2012 All School Concert. Members of the ensemble play iPads running various iOS performance/production apps including Animoog, iElectribe, iMS-20, Reactable, and Garageband. The 2 center players have synced their iPads using Korg's WIST protocol via iMS-20. The rest are playing free hand.

Laptop Orchestra is offered as a class through the Fine and Performing Arts department alongside Orchestra and Choir and is a part of the school's electronic music program. Other courses include Electronic Music 1, Advanced Studies/Composition in Electronic Music, and independent studies.

Buy Animoog on iTunes: $29.99


Buy Korg iElectribe on iTunes: $19.99

Buy Reactable on iTunes: $9.99


Buy Garageband on iTunes: $4.99

Wravend for iPhone

Nakano Syun found a new noise maker!

Wravend for iPhone generates some pretty interesting tones in his latest video. This looks like a kind of Visual BitWiz.

iTunes Description:

A synthesizer allowing control of pitch, shape, frequency/amplitude modulation and low-pass filter by hand-drawing of waveforms.

The screen has three areas; waveform drawing area, control selection, utility functions.

In the waveform drawing area you can drag your finger to change or draw a new shape that affects the sounds playing.

Control selection has eight options that control the sound -
Red: Primary waveform.
Orange: Primary frequency (i.e. the main melody).
Yellow: Secondary waveform (used as amplitude or frequency modulation of the first waveform, or as a second oscillator).
Green: Secondary frequency.
Cyan: Envelope (i.e. the volume shape for the playing sound).
Blue: Envelope frequency.
Purple: Mixer control, between the playing sound and any running loop.
Magenta: Low-pass filter cutoff frequency.

Buy Wravend on iTunes: $0.99 (iPhone)

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