- 2x Novation Launchpads
- 2x iPads running Lemur
- NI Komplete Kontrol 25 (drums)
- NI Komplete Kontrol 49 (strings)
- DSI MoPho
- Fender Rhodes w/ MXR Wylde Overdrive
- KMI 12-Step
- KMI QuNexus
- Ploytec PL2
- Roland System-1
- Roland TR-8
- DJ TechTools MIDI Fighter 3D
- DJ TechTools MIDI Fighter Twister
- iConnectivity iConnectMIDI 4+
- PreSonus 1818VSL
- MacBook Pro (early 2011)
- Tascam DR-44WL
- Yamaha MG06
- 6x Chauvet Slim Par 56 LED
- 2x American DJ Mega Bar 50
- Enttec DMXIS
- Ableton Live
- Max for Live
- NI Komplete 10
- Sugarbytes Turnado
iElectribe has always been crippled by the inability to change note pitches on a per-step basis. Each part could only, effectively, play one note across a whole bar. Until now! BEATnVISION has put together Web MIDI API app iSEQTRIBE, which lets you easily change the notes as it plays! This should work from just about any computer with Chrome, but for extra style points he's showing it off from a Windows tablet controlling iElectribe on his iPad!
You can edit pitches, you can make melody on iELECTRIBE ! Chrome and Web MIDI API makes it easier and faster.
- iELECTRIBE and iPad 2
- Chrome and Windows Tablet (Lenovo Miix 2 8)
- Wi-Fi MIDI network and rtpMIDI
This web app is "iSEQTRIBE"
suport only 1 bar, only SYN3 and SYN4
MOTION SEQ: TRIG HOLD
Last December Isotonik release LaunchSync Pro, an Ableton Live device meant to keep touchAble and hardware controllers nicely synced with your Ableton Live session. This week they've released LaunchSync Series 2, which expands it to support up to 6 different hardware devices simultaneously; once again including touchAble!
Grizzly Media did a demo of Auria running on an iPad Pro. The performance seems fine, though not noticeably improved over an iPad Air. Some of the scaling is still a little janky. It should be noted that Auria hasn't been updated with specific support for the iPad Pro, nor even updated at all this year. Auria Pro was supposed to arrive in Spring 2015... WaveMachine Labs are a Chicago-based company, but perhaps they meant Australian Spring?