YouTuber Eric Goodchild has a channel full of musical Tesla Coil experiments. In his latest video he is using an iPad running
FL Studio Mobile to feed MIDI to the Tesla Coils. He gets some wild sounds, but the visuals are lacking since it is a lit room.
Portable Dandy was updated today with some minor improvements, and is still free at this time. Note the special instructions at the bottom to get the new samples.
What's new in 1.1:
Thank you for using Dandy, we are overwhelmed by the number of downloads and the huge feedback on this so, here is the first update to the "strange beast":
- Audio: less crashes more loudness
- UI: visualizer now tighter linked to what you really hear
- General performance improvements
Minor changes: initial Samples are a little better balanced (Erase all samples via iTunes to get the new ones!)
1st time using the app, decided to upload a demo
Original song using protein Der Klang, ipad, NI audio interface and rock band keyboard for controlling Sunrizer synth, All loops were created by me :) using NI Komplete Essentials
Rheyne's latest jam brings a lot of spacey-synth fun in two instances of Sunrizer looping together with the rest of his gear.
Live looping with analog keyboards, USB controllers, iOS devices, and Ableton Live. All loops were recorded live, nothing was pre-recorded.
Download or stream the audio at SoundCloud: http://snd.sc/11u1k1fEquipment:
- iPad running Lemur, wirelessly controlling Ableton Live
- 2x iPads running Sunrizer
- DJ TechTools MIDI Fighter 3D in MF3D Launcher mode
- Oxygen 49 controlling Sunrizer via an iConnectMIDI
- KMI QuNeo controlling NI's Kontakt (drums)
- DSI MoPho Keyboard
- Akai APC20
- iTouch running Lemur, wirelessly controlling Ableton Live
- Novation Launchpad
- Moog Prodigy
- Fender Rhodes w/ MXR Wylde Overdrive
- PreSonus 1818VSL connected to a Macbook Pro
- 3x Chauvet Slim Par 56 LED
- 2x American DJ Mega 50 RGB
- American DJ H2O LED