Reader, and fellow diasporic San Jose native, Derek Buddemeyer loves JamUp! He's put together a new little tutorial for how to get JamUp recorded into Garageband with Audiobus. The video starts with a solid minute of impressively solid shredding!
Readers Piotr and Hoyas79 excitedly wrote in within minutes of each other with the news that triqtraq has Audiobus support!
I agree entirely with Hoyas79, who added:
"This beatmaking underdog is not getting the attention it deserves!"
What's new in 1.2.0:
- Audiobus support
- Background audio playing
- iTunes import button in user samples screen: import your samples from iTunes without needing to restart triqtraq
- Bugfix for incorrect pattern length when exporting pattern while playing
Here is a helpful instructional jam from the developer.
Chip Boaz from iOS Music And You had an interview with Fletcher Kaufman in the latest episode of the iOS Music And You Podcast. Besides being a long-time sponsor, and purveyor of presets at Sunsine Audio, Fletcher has been an active member of the community! You'll find him frequently commenting here and on Twitter.
In this interview we hear about his personal musical background and future plans for new effects pedals he has been putting together in the Sunsine Labs, pictured right. He's going to get a lot of his sponsorship money back in the form of pedal payments!
I've embedded the show here for you to check it out. The interview starts around 28 minutes in.
This week's Audanika Harmony Theory lesson continues with intervals. If you haven't already, you should go read Lesson 4, which introduces the concept and names of intervals. This one gets into Major and Minor intervals, so it will help to review Lesson 4. Seriously. It only takes 5 minutes to read and intervals are something everyone should understand.
When you've done that, watch this video and then head over to Lesson 5.
Reader Tim Behrens put together a demo video for Beatsurfing. It starts off with a beautiful bit of playing, followed by an explanation of the app in this setup at around 3:30. This is quite different from the crazy funk jamming we usually see the app used for.
A quick demo of how I use Beatsurfing to create instrument controllers, along with an explanation at the end. Beatsurfing is a great app that allows midi information to interact in new ways. Please note that it is a controller app and does not have any internal sounds. Everything you hear in the video was recorded live, using VST sounds in Cubase.