What's new in Buttercup Bitcrush v2.0.3:MIDI Control Change parameter support is here! Buttercup Bitcrush has now been promoted to Music Audio Effect, allowing external hosts, MIDI output compatible AUV3 audio units, other Inter-App Audio apps and external MIDI compliant hardware to control the parameters inside the either the AUV3 or stand-alone instance!
AUV3 instances now expose Parameters to the host for automation or control.
This version also brings minor bugfixes and stability improvements.
2XB303 Acid Bass Sequencer was updated with some much needed improvements to the knobs. They are now less "jumpy" and for fine control you can use the new knob helper.
What's new in 2XB303 Acid Bass Sequencer v1.2:Improved contrast. Previously it was a bit "dull", especially in daylight.
Made knobs a bit more "knobby" and less "jumpy"
Added a knob helper for fine adjustments. Tap the knob and swipe up and down the screen for finer adjustment of the current knob.
Here's some ambient Ukulele music ;-P The Tangible Waves AE Modular Synth plays some semi-random ambient noise soundscapes, while I layer some drone pad on top with the Linnstrument connected to the VOLT iPad Synth. MORE INFO BELOW :)
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This week I explored the new 2XB303 Acid Bass Sequencer from BEATS N BOBS. Developer Rob Wilmot, the titular Bob of BEATS N BOBS, has been doing apps for quite a long time without finding much love from the community. He poured himself into this one to change that, so Let's Play with it to see what he came up with!
2XB303 does what it says on the tin, with 2 TB-303 clones in a single app, complete with sequencers and effects. Let's Play with it!
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Jason from iPadLoops brings us a much needed history lesson on the REX (.rx2) files used in Dr. Octo, and the new Stockholm gadget in KORG Gadget. Jason also shares some of his favorite REX files for free!
I'm super stoked about today's episode (warning this is a long video that covers a lot) because we get to talk about two of my very favorite things Korg Gadget and Propellerheads Rex files! This demonstration will give you a brief history of rex files as well as explain what exactly they are and how you can make them your self. Then we transition into importing my free rex files into Korg Gadget Stokholm and then we close with a walkthrough /demo for Stokholm using some of those same free rex loops. You'll get a brief Abu Dhabi comparison too so please kick back and watch the whole video.
Free link to rex files so far https://www.dropbox.com/sh/z16mm2wzpt...
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