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iDisplay

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Turn your iPad or iPhone into an additional touch-screen display for your Mac or Windows computer or mirror your desktop.
All usual desktop apps, such as Excel, Word, PowerPoint or Photoshop, are available with desktop features on iPad and iPhone, touch-enabled.
Works with both, Lightning and 30-pin cable connection or Wifi on macOS (with almost 0 latency).

Double your personal productivity by extending your computer screen. Perfect tool for multitaskers, iDisplay lets you use your iPad and iPhone as an interactive touch-screen wireless display to give you more screen real estate. Works with up to 60fps.

Recommended by Kim Komando, tech guru of USA Today.
"iDisplay app turns your iPad or iPhone into secondary screen – too good to be true. That's... brilliant. I mean, I can think of about a billion uses for this." MobileCrunch
"Yet another reason to buy an iPad: iDisplay" MobileWhack

Why choose iDisplay over hardware display?

Your iPad, iPad Pro, iPhone and iPod touch can be your secondary display.
Works with both Mac and Windows computers.
iDisplay lets you interact with your additional display: move objects, draw, control playback.
Pan and zoom your desktop right on iOS device.
Easily switch between portrait and landscape screen orientations: simply rotate your device and it will adjust automatically.
Normal and double resolution modes for Retina displays.
Customize display settings for each device you use as your secondary display, iDisplay will remember your preferences.
Work with Excel, Word, Power Point and other apps and have all desktop features available on your iPad or iPhone.

On macOS you can choose one of the following iDisplay modes:
Use iDisplay as a regular secondary display: gives you more screen space for everything you have to keep your eye on.
Mirror image from main display on your iPad / iPhone: comes in handy when you need to share your desktop with your audience. Keep in mind that iDisplay allows to connect multiple devices to one Mac! Yes, lots of them! Many colleges use iDisplay.

On Windows, iDisplay can be used as a regular secondary display.

COMPATIBILITY:

macOS
iDisplay Desktop application needs to be installed on your Mac.
iDisplay Desktop is free and can be downloaded anytime at getidisplay.com
iDisplay is compatible with Macs with Intel CPUs running on Mac OS X 10.9 and later. macOS Sierra supported!

Windows
iDisplay Desktop application needs to be installed on your PC.
iDisplay Desktop is free and can be downloaded anytime at getidisplay.com
iDisplay is compatible with Windows XP (32­bit only), Windows Vista (32­ and 64­bit), Windows 7 (32­ and 64­bit), Windows 8 and Windows 10.

For Windows Vista and Windows 7 "Aero" theme may be disabled when connected to iDisplay and will be re­enabled upon disconnection).

NETWORK CONNECTIVITY
Your computer and iOS device must be connected by cable or to the same Wi­Fi network.

MIDI Memo Recorder

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Please Note: The MIDI* record and play features of this free app require a hardware MIDI accessory from Line 6: a Mobile Keys 25 or Mobile Keys 49 keyboard, or a MIDI Mobilizer II or MIDI Mobilizer MIDI interface. For more information on these products and the many compatible MIDI apps, please visit www.line6.com/mobile.

MIDI Memo Recorder simply records and plays any MIDI data - any time, any place. The app's streamlined design makes it quick and easy to store, find, recall, and even email any type of MIDI information - all your synth sounds, Line 6 effect patches, musical inspirations, and more. And with iOS version 9.3 and higher, MIDI files can also be transferred between your mobile device and your computer using iTunes File Sharing.

When the MIDI Memo Recorder app is used in conjunction with the MIDI Mobilizer II and MIDI Mobilizer hardware MIDI interface accessories, it's compatible with every single product equipped with standard 5-pin MIDI connectors. That means literally millions upon millions of keyboards, amplifiers, effects devices, and other types of audio gear throughout the world.

The MIDI Memo Recorder app also serves as the firmware updater for Mobile Keys keyboards, and for the MIDI Mobilizer II and MIDI Mobilizer MIDI interfaces. That means you can always get the latest firmware simply by updating to the current version of the MIDI Memo Recorder app and running it.

* "MIDI" stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface, the worldwide standard for communicating musical performance data between musical devices, computers, and mobile devices.

A Noise Machine

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An experiment in touch based controls of pitch and volume for multiple tones resulted in an app that's fun to interact with, and produces a wide range of different sounds and textures.

Drag some dots into the work area and carefully position for controllable out of phasing, or shake the device to randomize the whole mess.

Use touch to position up to 40 tones in the work space
Slider controls for motion setup
Pause so you can grab the fast moving ones
Save/load your compositions (can they be called that?)
Auto save/load of active composition when exiting/starting app
Shake device to randomize all active tones
Individual tone randomization option
Help screen

Drum Circle Jam

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Create your own drum loops from over 50 drum sounds arranged in 9 sets: Dumbek/Darbukka, Djembe, Tabla, Conga/Tumba, Timbale, Jazz, Techno, Traps, and Street Sounds. There are 16 setups to store your loops. Each setup can have up to 9 tracks. Loops contain 1-16 beats. Beats can be subdivided into quarter notes, eighth notes, eighth-note triplets, or sixteenth notes. A randomizer generates rhythms for you that can modify. The app​ saves all setups for next time.

Compressor

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Multiband Compressor brings your audio track to life, adding impact and character to everything from bass and drums to an entire mix. It affect the most basic aspect of sound: Volume.

Upload your music files via wifi (via web browser, no separate software needed!)
Audiocopy and paste are supported as well, so interaction with a growing group of apps like Fourtrack and DopplerPad is ensured.

Internal calculations are done in 64 bit floating point, the industry standard in digital sound processing. During conversion to 16 bit (CD quality) you have the option of dithering the sound to reduce artifacts and lower the noise level (noise shaping).

Threshold determines the volume at which compression kicks in.
Simply put, when a signal’s level exceeds the set threshold, the compressor activates and begins lowering the volume.

Ratio determines how much the compressor will lower the volume once the threshold is exceeded.
For example, if a compressor’s ratio is set to 6:1, then when the threshold is exceeded by six decibels, only one decibel will pass above the threshold.
At the highest settings, a compressor turns into a limiter, which serves the same essential function, but in a much more extreme manner.

The attack parameter controls how quickly the processor lowers the volume after the threshold is exceeded. Fast attack means that compression will be instantaneous, while slow attack means the compression is increased gradually, allowing for more variations in the signal than the fast setting. Attack should be adjusted according to the type of audio material you are using.

Once the signal passes back below the threshold, the release parameter determines how long it will take for the compressor to stop manipulating the volume. Short release times will make the compression more flexible and able to adapt to the input signal, but may cause fast changes in gain that may sound unpleasant. Longer release times produce a more even signal with less distortion, but make it harder to maximize the overall compression because small variations in signal level will be ignored.

Gain controls the amount of volume to be added to the signal. The gain should be adjusted to normalize the signal.

Solo will only play the current band and mute the others.

Bypass plays the music file without any compression or gain at all.

The peak display shows output levels. Dark blue lines represent the original file. Light blue lines show the amounts of gain applied and red lines indicate values above 0dB that cause clipping.
The refresh rate of the peak graph can be reduced for older devices so the CPU can keep up with all the intensive tasks that happen in real time.

To set gain and cutoff frequency of each band, use the three band equalizer on top of the screen. To select a specific band: double tap the equalizer band you wish.
Threshold, ratio, attack and release are band specific. Gain is global.
Next to the threshold a real time histogram shows the peak distribution to help find optimal threshold and ratio levels.

Once you decide to render your file, make sure to select dithering on in the settings screen. You can also select the amount of noise shaping psycho acoustic modelling of the noise floor.
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