EmilyNeeds did a creepy trip-hop track with Gadget, Cubasis, and BeatMaker 2. Even the video was shot on an iPhone!
Nottingham based Duo EmilyNeeds self filmed video to Only You an original EmilyNeeds track 2015
Developer Timothy J. Barraclough has released his second app, Phlox Phaser, a universal phaser effect for Audiobus and IAA. I can't find any demos for this one yet on the developer's Vimeo page or website.
Phlox Phaser iTunes Description:
Phlox Phaser is a stereo phase shifting audio effect.
Built upon the tenet of simplicity, Phlox presents a great sounding, lightweight audio effect using Inter-App Audio and Audiobus technologies to allow you to get the sound you want, without sacrificing processing power.
NB: Phlox Phaser requires either Audiobus or Inter-App Audio capable applications in order to operate. See http://audiob.us for more information.
Audreio development continues at a fast pace with another update to the wireless audio streaming app. Just last month it got its own Audio Unit plugin for streaming directly into DAWs on OSX.
What's new in Audreio v1.4:
New! Built-in recorder
- Capture the incoming audio from a remote device, an IAA app, or the microphone.
- Safe Record: When recording from a remote connection, the audio file will not have glitches even under poor network conditions where live streaming produces audible glitches.
- Playback (and stream) all recorded files or export via AudioCopy or iTunes file sharing
New! Transport controls
- Control the IAA host’s transport with Play, Rewind, and Stop
- If sending to remote device, control the remote IAA host
- Improved audio streaming
- Bug fixes
Christos Crizto, writer for Vice network culture site Something You Said, did an interview with Kymatica developer Jonatan Liljedahl. Christos asks some interesting questions like:
You are based in Stocklholm, as are a number of other pioneering music companies such as Propellerhead and Teenage Engineering. What is it about Stockholm that has resulted in so much great software and hardware being designed and produced there?
Actually I moved from Stockholm many years ago, but I was living there while doing ProLoop for Trapcode. I now live in the north west coast, at the sea, almost in the middle between Gothenburg and Oslo.
I’m not sure what makes the great creative climate in Stockholm for innovative music technology, perhaps it just happened. But I can surely miss it, being here on the countryside all alone :)
You can read the full interview here.