What's new in Deregulator v2.2:2.2:
+iPad now in landscape orientation
+Audiobus SDK 3.0.2
Questions, suggestions, revelations:
+ twitter: @ashshaosh
DesignByPaul brings us a new semi-modular synthesizer in S-Modular! The app is designed to be approachable and easy to use; with all of the elements visible on a single screen.
S-Modular arrives with Audiobus 3 and Inter-App Audio.
S-Modular iTunes Description:S-Modular is a semi modular synthesizer for your iPad.
S-Modular has been designed to have everything on one screen to make patching quick and easy. Drag from one jack port to another to make a connection, tap a plugged port to change the wires color instantly.
S-Modular has a unique and vintage sound quality, reminiscent of synthesizers from the 70s, warm and rich in character.
– Audiobus 3
– IAA (Inter-App Audio)
– 2x oscillators
– 24db/oct ladder filter
– Resonant hi-pass and low-pass filter
– 2x LFO
– 4 step cv sequencer
– 4 track Mixer
– Audio and cv spliter
– 2x AHR envelope generators
Update: Doug Woods has provided us with a much needed demo for the new app!
Developer Bram Bos posted this short preview for Odessa Sequencer, an upcoming AUv3 sequencer plugin that looks similar to the sequencer found in the standalone version of Troublemaker.
Update: The original name "Obsidian" has been changed. Bram commented here that he didn't want this to cause any confusion with the Obsidian synth inside of the upcoming Nano Studio 2.
A sneak preview at my new work in progress: running AUv3 sequencer plugins in iOS 11.
YouTuber Dan Baker isn't covering any ground that will be new to most readers here. But if you somehow missed the Animoog bandwagon when it rolled through here, you are in for a treat in this well edited overview!
Here is a brief demonstration of AniMoog, the iOS app designed to simulate the famous Moog analogue synths of the past 40+ years.
Hear it's fantastic, punchy sounds, all out of the headphone output of a six year-old iPad...
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YouTuber Zed ProMedia has produced a couple of excellent tutorials for LumaFusion. I've embedded the second one here because it perfectly demonstrates the power and importance of Color Grading. If you're interested you can also watch Part 1 on Editing.
This is a continuation leaving off from editing with Lumafusion. In this video I show how to do colour corrections, load in luts and some effects. *Finished video is at the end.
LumaFusion is $20 in the App store but I think it's worth every penny.
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