This song was created entirely with the Ipad 2. It is recorded in Logic Pro. I used following apps:
You can find this song and more music here: http://soundcloud.com/don-monnet
- Nanostudio (Kick)
- Improvox (Vocal Parts/ Pads)
- Awesome Xylophone (Lead Sound)
- Orphion (Pad / Bass)
- Madpad (Drums / Percussions)
- iRig Mic (Vocal Recording / Improvox)
NanoStudio for Windows and Mac are both fully compatible with projects you make on the iOS app. You can flip back and forth as you work! It would be nice to have integrated Dropbox support for accomplishing this task, but you can do a little work around.NanoStudio for iOS will "Open In..." NSP files. To get projects from your computer to your iOS device you just need to use DropBox as normal and open the files with DropBox for iOS. To get them back to your computer you can use a free service like Send To Dropbox. This allows you to email yourself attachments for adding to your Dropbox storage. NanoStudio for iOS already has an export NSP to email option, so that is easy to do!
After a couple of teaser videos, Muza is here!
Muza in a beautiful and easy to use musical instrument and MIDI controller. It works in a selectable musical scale, featuring unique harmonizing tool, user friendly side keyboard and a pitch wheel.
You can use it stand alone, or as a MIDI controller.
Features:• 2 octave Side keyboard "Stripe" plays notes in scale
• 2 extra pads to load one-shot or looped samples
• Pitch wheel
• 200+ samples
• Each instrument can be set to one of 16 MIDI channels
• 26 musical scales including Pentatonic, and Hexatonic
• Universal iOS
This is quite similar to both PolyChord and SoundPrism Pro, but at a fraction of the price.
Here is the most recent preview, with Muza controlling a Nord Rack 3 and an MFB Nanozwerg.
Introducing an amazing new percussion app by Sonosaurus and percussionist Pete Lockett, along with my own Tachyon app with a little Steinway thrown in for good measure! It's a great time to be into iOS music because cool stuff continues to come out. DrumJam will be released some time this August.
Nice, it looks like a lot of fun!
This thing is doing some fancy stuff, and it is free! A similar app, FFT, costs $25.
Spectral Eye analyzes incoming audio signals to extract the underlying frequencies. Most sounds are built up from a variety of sine waves; a simple whistle might be a single wave, while a guitar, piano, or the human voice have many waves added together.
By using a Fast Fourier Transform, sound can be decomposed into each frequency. Normally, this information is displayed on a chart, and there are number of excellent apps that do exactly this. Spectral Eye rearranges the FFT into a spiral, so that frequencies that are an octave apart are lined up as rays from the center of the display. The strength of each frequency is represented by the size of a red circle.
If you're interested in understanding the nature of sound, use Spectral Eye to get a better view. The app was created as a utility used in the development in other Secret Base Design apps; we're making it freely available, because we found it to be useful, and thought others might like it too.
The app will remain free, and will not have ads. If you find it useful, we would very much appreciate a review in the app store, and you can get in touch with us through our support site, our Facebook page, or Twitter.