Hardcore Riot

Hardcore is underrepresented in videos, but Hardcore Riot just made up for it with an hour long live set. This does a great job of representing the genre. I'm not sure what is running on the iPad, other than the laser show reflecting off the screeen, but one of the guys touches it a few times throughout. I assume it is doing something useful!

Video Description:

Here is a one hour video of one of our livesets, recorded at our studio in Bergen, Norway. Ths set has over 300 different wave/rex2 loops and more than 200 different instrument loops on the Korg Electribe. It turns out completely different every time we play it, and we constantly update it so no 2 livesets will ever sound the same.

Equipment used: Korg Electribe MX-1, Korg Kaosspad MK3, Novation SL Zero MK2, Ableton Live, iPad.

IK Multimedia's DJ Rig coming to iPad

There aren't any details on this, but based on some videos IK Multimedia has posted to YouTube it looks like a new version of DJ Rig will be coming for iPad. No word on if it will be a new app, or if the iPhone app will become Universal.

The videos themselves are alright, but I'm kind of pissed at IK for spamming Reddit after I asked them not to. So here is a funny video of a cat scratching on the iPad instead, which has less unnecessary camera angle changes!

Scape Demo

Scape from Brian Eno and Peter Chilvers, has a new demo video showing off how this generative-ambient app works.

via Palm Sounds

Buy Scape on iTunes: $5.99

rtpMIDI to iPad & Keyboard Tutorial

rtpMIDI is a free Windows program often used to run WiFi MIDI from the iPad to a computer or hardware gear. Here is a tutorial showing the reverse, where Music & Gear Videos shows how to control your iPad with a MIDI keyboard connected to your computer.

Video Description:

rtpMIDI to ipad tutorial to get your ipad connected to your home network. A great way to get your ipad talking to your keyboard controllers, instead of using the camera connection kit. Get rtpMIDI from the link below.


AudioShare 2.0 - Shit Just Got Real

AudioShare, from BitWiz developer Jonatan Liljedahl has been a great way to manage your audio files from multiple apps, but this 2.0 update makes it even more useful! The free update makes this $3 app an excellent way to bridge audio between apps that support the different AudioCopy standards.

What's new:

  • Support for iOS 6 and iPhone 5.
  • Organize your soundfiles in folders. Create, rename and move folders and files.
  • Support for Sonoma Wireworks AudioCopy/AudioPaste as well as General pasteboard.
  • Convert files to standard 16 bit 44.1KHz WAV.
  • Sort files by name or date.
  • Various tweaks, improvements and fixes.
  • Run in background.

Buy AudioShare on iTunes: $2.99

I'm so excited about this. Previously Hokusai was the best option for managing files and copying them between the two standards, but that gets up to $10 with all the IAPs and is really geared more towards audio editing.

AudioShare is a much more straightforward solution and it is also Universal!

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