Shoom is a unique 3-part synthesizer that can be used for ambient droning, and traditionally played performances. I use it for both in this Let's Play! If you enjoyed this please consider supporting this series by sponsoring them on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/discchord
TextMusic is a unique Universal iOS app for musical notation using Jainpu. I had to look that up. It's a numerical notation system that is popular in China. It's also called Ziffersystem in German. It looks more like HTML than sheet music to me, but I can appreciate the efficiency!
TextMusic iTunes Description:
TextMusic is a quick-notate App based on Jianpu ( Numbered musical notation ), all musical sheet elements are composed of texts. It build-in 89 kinds of instrument, and support up to 32 voice parts.
- Rational designed keyboard for quick notation.
- Build-in 89 Instruments sound
- Export and share with MIDI, PNG, PDF, TXT
- Support Multi-parts, Chords, Tuplets, Portamento, Loops..
- Musical Tags
- Varying tempo, Varying Volume, Varying Instrument..
- Font adjustment
- Color adjustment
- Automatic layout notes by inputing bar-line
- Playback, Select, Copy, Cut, Paste, Undo
- Friendly UI
Please learn more in "Settings" - "Help" - "Reference Manual"
Novation posted a few new demo videos for their IAP sound packs, along with a few new tutorials. You can find the Tutorials Playlist here, and a demo for the Grime Revival soundpack here. Embedded below is a performance using the Balkan Beatbox soundpack, controlling the app from a Launchpad Pro.
Launch up to eight loops at a time using a special 8x6 version of the famous Launchpad grid. Experiment with ready-to-perform sessions from a variety of genres, download the hottest new Soundpacks to expand your collection, or make custom sessions with your own sounds on iPad.
Built-in time stretching and synchronisation keep your loops locked in time, whilst you use volume sliders and filters to control your mix on iPad, and dynamic filter, gater, stutter and delay FX on iPhone. Making and remixing music has never been so much fun.