thesoundtestroom: AUv3 Triple Special in AUM

Doug from thesoundtestroom puts together a whole bunch of AUv3 apps in AUM; with SynthMaster One, Perforator, and Ruismaker. This is a practical example of a recent Medium post by developer Bram Bos, who sees the future of iOS music making as being very modular like this.

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Mike Vasas - Highway Magnetic 2

Reader Mike Vasas produced what he dubs "minimalish-techno" on a bunch of apps including both DM1 and DM2, Model 15, ThumbJam, AUFX:Space, and AUFX:Dub.

VGSG's Ballad EP: iOS Edition (bs-16i) - Now Available

VGSoundtrackGuy has released another SoundFont instrument specifically designed for use with bs-16i.

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https://www.vgsgmusic.com/sounds-samp...

The Ballad EP is a crazy expressive custom FM Electric Piano we made in 2016 originally for Kontakt 5, using 7 different FM Electric Piano patches.

Now, experience this expressive EP on your iOS Device via BS-16i!

This was developed for the BS-16i Soundfont Player App on iOS.
We are only offering support for usage with the BS-16i app. NOT usage on a computer or anything else!

https://www.vgsgmusic.com/sounds-samp...

Tuning iVCS3's Dynamic Keyboard

James Edward Cosby shared a tip on how to tune the Dynamic Keyboard on iVCS3 using the patch matrix.

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Hi, this is a short tutorial to demonstrate how to tune #iVCS3 and also a hardware #VCS3's Dynamic Keyboard patched via matrix row 8.
The method uses Osc1, Osc2 and the DK's zero volt Centre F# with the next octave's F# as a reference.

Patch Osc1's Sine wave and Osc2's Triangle wave to the outputs and turn them up so both can be distinctly heard in the middle audible range. (For A=440 set the Oscillators to F#)

Now using Osc1's audible frequency as a reference, tune Osc2 to 1 octave above Osc1 as close as possible.

Now patch the DK to modulate Osc1's Frequency with a pin at i8 and while holding the F# 1 octave above the centre F#, turn the Input 1 Level Knob until both Oscillators are in "perfect" tune (no fringe beats).

The DK should now be "Tuned" so now remove both Osc's waves' outputs and patch Osc2's Frequency with a pin at j8 and patch the wave outputs into the envelope, not forgetting to patch the envelope to the outputs. Both oscillators can now be "played" with equal temperament.

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If on the hardware your pins are inconsistent you can use the fact that the DK1 has dual Keyboard Voltage Outputs! So patch Osc1 via row 8 and Osc2 via row 9 then set each Input Level Knob separately.

thesoundtestroom: apeMatrix - First Look

Doug from thesoundtestroom takes a look at the new apeMatrix, released by apeSoft this weekend! He loads it up with so many apps! Developer Alessandro Petrolati also released a short tutorial on using the LFO.

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