Modley by Klevgränd

Klevgränd released Modley, a wildly complex new modular delay effect for AUv3. There are 3 racks of 3 slots each, where you can assign 15 different effects. The 3 racks are separated by stages in the signal chain; Pre delay, delay Loop, Post delay. Modley is also available for PC and Mac on the Klevgränd site.

Both versions of Modley arrive at an introductory price. The desktop is $30, and the iOS is $8, until July 1st.

Modley iTunes Description:

Modley is a modulation delay with effect insert capabilities, which lets you design the whole delay signal with several carefully selected effect modules, to create customized signal flows and unique sounds.

The three effect racks provide insert slots for different stages of the processing.
Pre rack
Applies effects before the delay loop.
Loop rack
Applies effects to the delay loop. Those effects will be applied to the input signal each delay bounce.
Post rack
Effects after the delay delay loop.

Available FX inserts

• Panner - Auto panning effect.
• Delay - Digital stereo delay
• Chorus - Classic chorus
• Flanger - Flanger with feedback, tone, speed, mix and amount
• Phaser - Classic phaser with the option to decide how many stages to be used
• Reverb - Digital reverb
• Vibrato - A stereo vibrato with reshapeable curve
• Tremolo - A stereo tremolo with reshapeable curve
• Equalizer - Low cut, high cut and two shelf filters
• Compressor - Simple one-knob compressor
• Booster - Signal booster (gain, bass and treble)
• Distortion - Simple distortion pedal with tone control
• Multiband Gate - Four band spectral gate
• Pitcher - Pitch shifting effect
• Filter - Classic resonant low and highpass filter

Full documentation available inside the app or at

Audio examples and more info at

Obs! Modley consumes a lot of CPU and RAM, so if you’re having trouble using multiple instances at the same time, try to freeze some tracks and/or increase the buffer size.

Modley is an AUv3 plugin that only works in an AUv3 compliant host like Garageband, AUM, Cubasis, Beatmaker 3, Auria etc.

The Sound Test Room uploaded a timely demo. Embedded here is the official demo from Klevgrand!

haQ attaQ: 25 FREE Music Making Apps for iOS | NO IAP!

YouTuber Jakob Haq broke discchord really fucking hard this morning. Apple is retiring the iTunes name, so all "official" app links are now supposed to be instead of Jakob did this, but the code that discchord uses to finding app links in video descriptions was not prepared for that. It was especially not prepared for 25 of those links. This revealed a serious flaw in the way I was doing things and made a pretty big mess of the site's database.

Sorry if you noticed the site was temporarily unavailable. I had to do some emergency coding! It wasn't really Jakob's fault, but damn why did we have to find this out in a video that contains 25 links. It made such a mess.

Video Description:

Here are 25 completely FREE music making apps for iOS. No freemium apps, no IAP's and No strings attached. There are a lot of free apps on the Appstore and I've gone through over 500 music apps, for both iPad and iPhone, just to find the most useful ones. I've managed to find Synthesizers, Drummachines, Delays, Flangers, MIDI tools and a few other goodies. However, the list isn't perfect because I was working under a strict set of rules.


ROLI LUMI Keys: The worlds most advanced portable keyboard

ROLI have launched a Kickstarter for a new portable keyboard that lights up notes in a chord. You can configure the lights to only show the keys in a scale or play along with their Guitar Hero-style rhythm game. They can also be stacked together to create a larger keyboard. If you can get in on the Early Bird deal you can pre-order one for $164, and they hope to ship out in October 2019.

Video Description:

** Back on Kickstarter and SAVE UP TO 40%: **

LUMI takes music from black and white to technicolor. You can see it the moment you turn on LUMI Keys. The world’s first fully modular, fully illuminated keyboard is different from any other you’ve seen.


LUMI Keys and accompanying ROLI Studio Player software speed up your composition. Smart features light up notes in a chord, helping you build chord sequences faster. Or display each note in any scale or arpeggiated sequence. Even skilled players benefit from these shortcuts, which save time and spark ideas.


LUMI Keys is modular, so you can create your own hardware controller system. Snap multiple LUMI Keys together for a 48 or 72-key keyboard! Connect them to the Seaboard Block, Lightpad Block, and others in the ROLI BLOCKS system.

And even better, LUMI Keys is fully compatible with all leading DAWs and plugins


LUMI Keys combines playability and power in an ultra-portable design. It weighs less than an iPad Pro, and it fits in a backpack. Even when you connect multiple LUMI Keys together you can easily unsnap them and carry them anywhere.

Learn more in the LUMI Kickstarter:

Airwolf Theme in Korg Gadget 2

YouTuber Haya-Oh Waves used Gadget to recreated the theme song for everyone's favorite 80's TV show about a helicopter. Airwolf, staring Ernest Borgnine, had a very catchy synthy theme song that sounds so 80's it will make your leg warmers feel extra warm today.

Video Description:

Composed by Sylvester Levay.


HAPPY CODING UG released CC PAL. This is a simple slider MIDI control surface that can be used with apps or hardware. It even includes built-in MIDI CC configurations for KORG's Volca FM, Volca Beats, minilogue XD, and DSI's Prophet Rev2.

CC PAL iTunes Description:

CC PAL is a MIDI CC controller which allows you to create up to 16 CC sliders. You can record movements for each slider and replay this in a loop. You can also just change the CC value by moving the slider.

Each slider can be customized with a MIDI channel, CC number, color and name. You can create unlimited numbers of configurations. The CC pal comes with couple of predefined configurations for some hardware devices like the KORG Volca FM, KORG Volca Beats, KORG minilogue XD, DSI Prophet Rev2.


- Create up to 16 customizable CC sliders
- Store your sliders in configurations/presets/programs -- you name it
- Set the MIDI channel and the CC number per slider
- A little chart shows your recorded movements so you can easily see what kinds of movements are stored in a slider


- You can send CC messages in a smart way to a MIDI devices
- For example you can control the resonance of a KORG Volca device with a unique recorded movement
- You can control a MIDI able iOS app like a software synthesizer
- You cannot generate sound directly from this app. It just generates MIDI messages
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