SunVox got a massive update. Included is a new 32bit audio engine, and the arpeggiator we saw earlier this week.
What's new in SunVox v1.8 (Abridged):
- audio engine has been switched to 32bit (Floating Point) mode;
- other than 44100 sampling rate support;
- Audiobus 2 and IAA (partially) support;
- new Module View (Routing) functions: Zoom (with multitouch support), Snap to Grid;
- MetaModule: EDIT button has been added; now you can edit MetaModules without annoying Loading/Saving;
- MetaModule: additional options: Arpeggiator (change the pitch of internal MetaModule patterns), Apply velocity to song;
- Sampler: the following options have been added: Record on play (use it if you want to record in sync with the PLAY button), Record in mono, Record with reduced sample rate, Record in 16bit;
- SpectraVoice improvements: auto render, additional sample size, new band types (random, triangle1, triangle2, overtones1, overtones2, overtones3, overtones4);
- Sound2Ctl: "Record Values" option has been added; now all values from this module can be recorded alongside with the other SunVox events (notes, Theremin, etc.);
- MultiSynth: new controller "Random phase" has been added; for example, with this option you can play the Sampler's notes from the random position;
- Analog Generator: new option "Filter freq. scaling per key (reverse)";
- Analog Generator: new controller "Noise" - amount of the white noise;
- new pattern command: Previous Track; use it to apply effects to previous track; but the following secondary effects are not allowed: 2x, 40..5F, 1D;
- additional MIDI slot has been added to the Preferences; now you can use two MIDI keyboards simultaneously;
Cesar Roldão did a unique poppy Portuguese song in Loopy, controlled from his Behringer MIDI pedalboard.
This is one more of my songs played live in a loop station (lyrics in Brazilian Portuguese). It's the second in a set of videos to register my first shots at this way of making music. I can tell you something: it's fun!
Just FYI, loops are recorded live and are brought in and out along the song through a MIDI pedalboard.
The setup for this song was the same as the previous one: http://discchord.com/blog/2014/11/3/pela-fresta-one-man-band.html
- Loopy HD, Funkbox, Multitrack DAW and Audiobus running in an iPad 2
- FCB1010 Behringer MIDI pedalboard
- Studio Quad Digitech Effects Rack, controlled by a homemade pedal (used only for the guitar delay)
- Boss VE-20 Vocal Pedal
- iPad 2 connected via iStudio iS202 Behringer
- Xenyx1204 Behringer mixer
- Tagima acoustic guitar
Jakob Haq has been battling a cold, yet he's still putting out Let's Plays! This is quite rough, but he does show off an interesting way to play with that classic DubStep "Wub Wub" sound using a custom MIDI Designer Pro layout.
IK Multimedia's good apps are on sale today, including SampleTank!