YouTube channel TroopersForSound uploaded this beautiful performance by Matt Baber, on a piano with Arturia iSEM looping in the background.
Clip 3 features an ambient piano/synth loop piece which then segues into the track Son of Bassoon, which some may know from the Sanguine Hum "Live in America" album, or its first appearance on the second Antique Seeking Nuns EP. The synth loop at the start was created using an Oberheim iPad app.
We keep listening to your feedback and we've made a new version that contains a few of your requests, such as:
- You can now send MIDI via Bluetooth Low Energy to any iOS or Mac devices. (For iOS devices this means at least iOS 8 and for Macs it means at least Yosemite)
- You can transpose the octave for a greater range of playback. Easily visualize which octave you're in betwen our -3 to 3 range.
- You can now visualise rests in "Target Mode".
We also added a nice new way to open or close all the steps. Just drag your finger up or down the "Gate Modes" button. This lets you work even faster when changing sequences live.
And last but not least we solved some bugs that were causing a few crashes here and there.
► During this year's Dream Theater Europe tour, I had the chance to meet Jordan Rudess and his technician Keith Wechsler for a longer interview. In the first part of this interview we talk about he's first steps in the Synthesizer world and why the Kronos is currently the best solution for this live setup. Part 2 is coming later this week.