Chordec Under New Management

I noticed yesterday that a new version of Chordec appeared on iTunes, and the old one disappeared. I contacted developer Weibin Shen to figure out what is going on with this powerful and free chord recognition app. He's turning the project over to his friend Xiao Yixiang and his company, EUMLab which makes several related apps like DAW Remote and Pro Tuner. EUMLab will now maintain the app, and at present it is still free!

Weibin wants to make sure everyone deletes the old one and moves over to the new app so that you will get future updates.

Chordec iTunes Description:

Chordec does chord recognition for songs from your iOS device. Its algorithm has the highest accuracy among published algorithms till at least the end of 2012.

Chord recognition accuracy under default "chordec sensitivity":
• 80% if counting only major and minor chords,
• 65% if counting only maj, min, aug, dim, 7, maj7 and min7

Load a song from your iOS device, and chordec solves the chord for you. You can then learn the chord using the speed-variable playback. Can't figure out how to rewind or fast forward? Move the cursor or scroll/zoom the tape to navigate to anywhere in the song.

Buy chordec on iTunes: Free


Here is a video from Weibin announcing the switch-over.

Toa Mata Band: Episode 2

Back in March we saw the first episode of Toa Mata Band, the band of Arduino and app controlled automatons. Opificio Sonico has released the second episode, this time the band is out playing live.

Video Description:

Toa Mata Band is back and for the first time they perform live!

In this video some various drum-synth and glockenspiel keys are played by each robot and I'm jam together them. The performance was recorded live in four takes in early May 2013, and after edited and mixed in studio.

If you enjoy, you can free download the extended version of the soundtrack at the Facebook page or Dropify.

The gear used for this performance are: Coron DS-8 Drum Synth, The Kit -- Clap, Amdek PCK 100, Boss PC-2, Korg Kaossilator, Korg R3, Alesis Mod-FX Philtre.

Tutorial: Korg iPolysix Step Sequencer

Here's a new Korg iPolysix tutorial focusing on the power of the step sequencer, Mee Zanook style!

Buy Korg iPolysix on iTunes: $29.99

San Francisco Street Musicians with an iPad

For some reason this video makes me so happy. The synth-street-wiz, and his buddy on drums, are some highly-mobile musicians!

Traktor DJ ATB Mix

In this Traktor DJ mix video from Serge Bogdanovich, everything you see in this half-hour long set was mixed, recorded and edited all on the iPad! I'm not sure what he used for editing, but he was using Display Recorder for the video and the audio is from recording inside of Traktor itself.

Video Description:

The mix,video and audio have been created and edited in the iPad 3 without using computer... there are some mistakes, but it doesn't matter, because it's been in real time. You can see how you can use the Traktor DJ for iPad!

Buy Traktor DJ on iTunes: $19.99

 

Buy Traktor DJ for iPhone on iTunes: $4.99

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