Wavetool Remote

If you've got a Mac, and €980, you may be interested in Wavetool. This intelligent audio recorded is feature rich and now offers an Universal iOS remote app.

Wavetool Remote iTunes Description:

Wavetool Remote lets you remotely control Wavetool on your Mac. Wavetool is a beautiful audio tool to make your life easier while managing and monitoring audio signals coming from the stage, orchestra pit or RF rack

Perfect For:

  • Theatre
  • Tours
  • Festivals
  • Live events

More Than Just A Solo Button

  • View all your inputs with audio and RF history for every channel.
  • Listen to single or multiple channels at once.
  • Group channels for quick visual overview and fast listening.
  • Groundbreaking SCP algorithm finds problems in the audio before you do.
  • Audio streaming to your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. Requires iPhone 5 or newer (iPhone 4 or 4s not supported)
  • Free to try for 7 days. Head over to wavetool.fi to download our OS X host application and start your trial!


  • Connect your audio to your Mac computer.
  • Wavetool Remote Connects to the OS X host application.
  • Wavetool Remote supports iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.
  • Very easy setup.
  • Audio and RF Histogram for every channel.
  • Sennheiser Evolution G3 and 2000 series battery and RF data integrated. Other manufacturers and models will be added in the near future.
  • Snap, Crackle & Pop algorithm catches broken mics before you do.
  • Low Battery and No Signal alarms for channels with connected RF receiver.
  • Use any Core Audio compatible audio device.
  • Supports 48 & 96 kHz, up to 64 channels.
  • Grouping of channels to help you manage a lot of inputs.
  • “Hard Solo” for comms input or other signals you want to listen to as an aux input.
  • Mixed/Single solo mode.
  • Input trim&pan.
  • Support for Novation Launchpad if you want hardware buttons.
  • Uses TCP ports 57575 and 57576.

Buy Wavetool Remote on iTunes: Free

Considering the asking price on the main app I was expecting to find a video for this one... or something. Instead I found a lot of shipping videos for some damn reason. Please enjoy the Zen of shipping lines.

App Sales: From Russia With Love

Alexander Zolotov's SunVox and Virtual ANS apps are both on a rare sale on both iTunes and Google Play!

Nicola Pisanti's Hexaglphyics is free today, presumed Russian.

Buy SunVox on iTunes: $2.99 (On Sale, $5.99)

Buy SunVox on Googly Play: $2.99 (On Sale, $5.99)

Buy Virtual ANS on iTunes: $2.99 (On Sale, $5.99)

Buy Virtual ANS on Google Play: $2.99 (On Sale, $5.99)

Buy Hexaglyphics Noise Generator on iTunes: Free (On Sale, $1.99)

SuperBooth 16: Bitwig Studio with Microsoft Surface

Synth Anatomy posted another video from SuperBooth 16. This time he's at the Bitwig booth. For those of you unfamiliar with the desktop DAW, it looks and acts very much like Ableton Live, because it was made by Ableton defectors. These guys are doing some interesting stuff with their take on things. Here they show off the efforts they've made towards making the interface more touchy! This is an important part of interface design and it does seem to work out quite well.

Rheyne - Rhodes and Mothers (Ambient Jam)

Rheyne is having a lot of fun on his Moog Mother 32s. So many Mothers! He's got all 3 racked now looking awesome!

Video Description:

A live looping ambient jam with a Fender Rhodes electric piano, 3x Moog Mother 32 synths, and Ableton Live. Recorded in one take with no pre-recorded loops or samples. Synths are triggered with an NI KompleteKontrol 49 and an iConnectMIDI 4+ transmitting on multiple MIDI channels. A DJTT MIDI Fighter 3D acts as a visual metronome. The Rhodes is running through a Moog MF Drive. An iPad running Lemur and a Novation Launchpad control Ableton.

Live Jams on BandCamp: https://rheyne.bandcamp.com

Buy Lemur on iTunes: $24.99

Buy Lemur on Google Play: $24.99

The Amazing Audio Engine 2

Developers will be excited to learn that Michael Tyson's CoreAudio framework The Amazing Audio Engine has been updated! This arrives with a 25 minute long introduction video, explaining what's new and even building a basic recording app. Users may also want to check this out just to see what it looks like to code a music app! Also, it is fun to listen to Mike.

Embedded here is a demo video for the sample app that is included with TAAE2, which looks surprisingly fun!

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