JamStik inventors Zivix implore you to save your iPad, by saving their Indiegogo campaign in this latest video. With only a week left and just $13,000 of their $50,000 goal, this has not be the huge success that they enjoyed with JamStik. Fun video though!
Tangible Mix Surface is a project in development by several Dutch academics, from various institutions. The goal is to provide an interactive interface for spatial placement of elements in a mix, on an iPad. This is demonstrated very well in the following video. I can't wait for this to come out! Whenever you're working with lots of tracks in a mix, it can be easy to get lost in your own stereo field. Here you see where you left the shaker and can immediately move it elsewhere. Very cool!
I think someone from Reactable may be involved, because a second page on the site shows a Reactable icon at the bottom.
Following the release of the iPhone 5S, cute cat videos have been replaced by cute slow-mo cat videos on YouTube.
Jordan Rudess was the first to come up with a surprisingly practical use for the new 120FPS recording, with this glimpse of a piano technique slowed down for mere mortals! This is awesome! You can make out every finger movement. What an excellent teaching tool! I sincerely hope we'll see more slow-mo technique videos for keyboards and other instruments.
Fingertip Maestro got a little update which, among other things, adds Audiobus to the unique controller instrument.
There is also a new IAP bundle for buying all of the sound packs for just $3, instead of $1 each.
Fingertip Maestro iTunes Description:
- IOS7 update
- Audiobus Support
- Share Recordings with us
- Sound Package IAP bundle
- Notes and Chords Display
- BPM 1 unit slider