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Let's Play with Unique

Unique lives up to its name! Sugar Byte's latest synth produces some amazing sounds with an interface that is fairly easy-to-use. I am loving the sounds I get out of it while exploring it in this week's Let's Play!

Video Description:

Sugar Bytes has been bringing us some very big apps on iOS and Unique is no exception. I know that sounds like a B.S. marketing blurb, but I legit found myself saying "Holy shit!" quite a lot while playing with it. If you enjoyed this please consider supporting this series by sponsoring them on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/discchord If you'd prefer to help on a monthly basis, instead of per video, there is a new monthly Patreon campaign: https://www.patreon.com/discchord_com

Reader Comments 4

Tim, is there a way that whenever you publish a new Let's Play video for your patrons you also make it privately available in YouTube? The reason I ask is because I like to watch the videos on my tv using Chromecast and the Patreon app doesn't have that feature. If you can't or it's too much of a hassle it's no big deal. I thought I would ask 😊
I've never used Chromecast so I'm not sure exactly how it works... but the video is in that private state, or really "Unlisted" per YouTube terminology. And you should be able to watch it, if you can somehow get the link to the app you're Chromecasting from. So here is how I would do that...

Since you are a Patron you get to see the video here on the site a day early. When you do, click on the video title inside of the embed. This will open a new tab that takes you directly to the video on YouTube. From there I imagine you should be able to Chromecast it.
~11:00 sounds amazing. Great tutorial. I had ignored this app when it came out. Thanks for sharing.
June 30, 2017  | person MikeV
It worked! Thanks!

The way Chromecast works is it has to be programmed into the app. I suppose similar to how you would incorporate audiobus into a music app. When you use an app that has Chromecast you can broadcast whatever the app is playing ( YouTube, Netflix, etc) through your wifi to the Chromecast dongle attached to your tv. I have two of them and I paid about $30 for each. I can't recommend this enough if you watch YouTube, Netflix, Hulu, Vudu, etc.

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