On June 15, 2017 - @Simon said: There's lots of FX apps in iOs already Tim.Do you think their FX apps bring anything new to the party?
On June 14, 2017 - @Tim Webb said: I need to be jailbroken to record videos. I didn't upgrade to 10 when there was a jailbreak for it, because at the time the jailbreak was not stable. Now it is, but Apple is no longer signing that version of iOS! I'm screwed until someone releases a new jailbreak, but I expect the jailbreakers are going to hold on to any existing exploits for 11. I may miss 10 altogether!
On June 12, 2017 - @Tim Webb said: LOL, I've done that angle before. It should be noted that I've lost 17lbs since that intro was recorded.
On May 30, 2017 - @stub said: I'm trying not to sound like a grouchy old man, but this is another one of those glass-rubbers where you are left to guess what everything means/does. And in the end, how much freedom does it give you, and how much does it secretly impose on you.For example, what scales & rhythms are you permitted to use, and what will you be denied?I tried to find some documentation. Looks like there are plenty of videos, but the first two that I watched were just more indecipherable glass-rubbing.My new policy is: "No triplets? No sale." Not that triplets are the be all and end all, but an app that can't allow you to divide a beat into anything but 2 and 4 parts, is just dumb.
On May 27, 2017 - @Laarz said: Let me give a shout out for iTuttle, a great sounding monosynth with good programmability. The same dev's TB MIDI STUFF is pretty good too.
On May 20, 2017 - @jimhanks said: Must be a euro thing. Whut?!I'm trying to find a reason to get this one but I can't. Already so many synth apps I rarely use and this doesn't seem to break any new ground. Plus the main point of AU is so you can have a bunch of them and this is a CPU hog? I'm missing the point.