thesoundtestroom did a tutorial on creating the classic 80s brass synth patch, with some general Nave usage tips.
Crank it up... because he's really quiet!
Stuck in your head 'til the sun,
every time you hear this song.
Wow these apps look like good fun.JamStik covers Get Lucky!
Armed with only a JamStik, an iPad, a handful of apps, and a microphone - you can create some amazing music.
In the latest Audulus tutorial, developer Taylor Holliday walks us through the Seq16, step sequencer node. Stick through to the end for a good tip on how you can even modulate the values on the individual steps. This is truly modular synthesis!
SynthDrum Pads is a new app from DesignByPaul, developer of DubStepper. It is free for a limited time!
SynthDrum Pads iTunes Description:
SynthDrum Pads is a Virtual Analog Drum Synthesizer.
Capable of creating vintage drum sounds such as the 808 to contemporary percussion for modern electronic dance music. SynthDrum Pads can also make melodic tones for warm bass and interesting tones.
- Virtual Analog Drum Synthesizer
- 4 Pads
- 4 Voices
- 3 Signal generators per voice; Noise, Click and Tone
- Modify pads 3 & 4 with Frequency Modulation
- 4 Save/Load slots
- Delay unit (with infinite looping capabilities)
A bunch of music app developers got together at WWDC to put their apps to use in a developer supergroup jam!
Collaborative jam session between the developers of guitarism, ThumbJam / DrumJam, Arpeggionome, Polychord and TC-11. We were all in San Francisco during WWDC 2013 and decided to take advantage of the opportunity! Thanks to Sebastian Dittman (of SoundPrism / Audiobus fame) for shooting the footage!