Jim Pavloff - Melbourne Shuffle

Developer Jim Pavloff created another 90's inspired rave track on his GR-16 app, with a suitably 90's video!

Video Description:

Another old school rave track inspired by the electronic music of 90'ies. Written by Jim Pavloff entirely in the Groove Rider GR-16 app using only its internal default samples and oscillators.

WEBSITE ► https://www.jimaudio.pro/grooverider
FACEBOOK ► http://www.facebook.com/jimaudiodsp

thesoundtestroom: BeatMaker 3 - Ludwig Kit feat AKAI MPD218

Doug from thesoundtestroom shows off the Ludwig Kit available as an IAP in BM3 with an AKAI MPD218.

Update: If you're looking for this pack it is now on sale as part the BASSES and DRUMS bundle for $5.

Video Description:

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Playground: Decap - This or That

Playground developer Herrmutt Lobby has another great video for a new Playground. This one is much more contemplative than previous Playgrounds.

Video Description:

When infinitely loud meets infinitely silent, you get hard hitting drums. New Decap map available now. #FutureKnock

Jamsy by Hoylytt AS

Hoylytt AS released Jamsy as a way to learn and explore chord progression.

As a bonus, it sounds really really good! While this is aimed at students it doesn't feel dumbed-down for kids. This is just a slick way to put together some chords and quickly hear how they sound. Presently the app is entirely free, with a single 80's Style soundpack. Check out the demo video to hear it in action!

Jamsy iTunes Description:

Jamsy lets you compose your own tunes by putting together your favourite chords in a super simple and intuitive way. Then you get visual guidance while improvising on a keyboard on top of your tune. This is a fun and intuitive way to learn your way around a piano. It is great for beginners, but also for musicians who would like a way to work on song ideas on-the-go.

Höylytt works to help as many as possible find joy in making and playing music themselves. We have created a new, disruptive technology (Guided Workflow™) which accelerate the sense of achievement and hopefully helps light a spark in both children and adults. Jamey is the first product based on this technology.

ArpBud by Cem Olcay

Cem Olcay, developer of KeyBud and ChordBud, has released a new sequencer app: ArpBud! This is an excellent way to develop your own arpeggios, with additional features like pitch bend and modulation. ArpBud arrives sporting Ableton Link, Audiobus 3, CoreMIDI, and IDAM.

All of the core elements are even open-source, and is itself built on the open-source AudioKit!

ArpBud iTunes Description:

ArpBud has two main sequencers: the interval sequencer and the pitch sequencer, with unlimited number of steps for both. You can design your arpeggios by interval values in interval sequencer. And you can drive your arpeggios with a pitch sequencer by applying the pitch to each interval value of the interval sequence. Every step of pitch sequencer has its own interval sequencer. So, you are free to work on a single arpeggio as well as multiple arpeggios.

You can set the pitch bend, modulation and portamento MIDI control change values for interval sequencer steps. Also, you can set the rate, volume and loop count for each pitch sequencer step. You can copy/paste steps in between. And you can load other sequencers you have in your other projects.

You can set the layout of your projects and set the behavior of the knobs, or touch control gestures from the settings menu. It works for every screen sizes of iPhones and iPads. If you have an iPad user, you can take advantage of the split view feature and place both ArpBud and your audio MIDI app in one screen for working on them at the same time.

You can drive your favorite audio MIDI apps on your iOS or Mac/PC, like Garageband, Ableton Live, FMPlayer, Model 15 etc. ArpBud also supports Audiobus MIDI, IAA and Ableton Link for fitting into your current workflow. When you are not sequencing, if you have enabled any MIDI input (Audiobus MIDI app, connected hardware or other MIDI sending apps) for ArpBud, it will sequence the currently active interval sequencer for the playing MIDI input data.

Also, ArpBud also offers its core-components open sourced on GitHub. Feel free to fork them, send a pull request to make it better, open an issue to share your ideas or give them a star if you like them.
MusicTheory: https://github.com/cemolcay/MusicTheory
MIDIEventKit: https://github.com/cemolcay/MIDIEventKit
LiveKnob: https://github.com/cemolcay/LiveKnob

ArpBud's MIDI layer powered by free and open-source AudioKit.
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