Here DJ Galactic performs his song Planetarium live on Korg's iPolysix synth.
Johan Ess shares this live performance of various synth noises; generated with lots of exotic circuit-bent gear and apps!
Making noise late at night in the studio with a variety of gadgets.
Equipment used: Bleep Labs Thingamagoop 2 LED, Korg Monotron Duo, Korg Monotron Delay, Korg Kaoss Pad 3, Akai MPKmini + Ableton, Korg DW-8000, Korg iElectribe, Glitchbreaks, Audiobus, Encantor (circuitbent Speak&Spell), Tikitar (circuitbent toy guitar), Ibanez AP7 Analog Phaser
Audulus joins the growing list of apps with JACK support! This update also includes a new Phasor Node and a Poly Pack IAP.
The Poly Pack is a $5 in-app purchase, which provides extra expert functionality for controlling polyphony in a lot of different ways from within a single patch.
What's new in Audulus v2.1:
- Support for JACK! JACK allows you to connect audio apps to each other any way you want!
- New Phasor Node (Synth -> Phasor).
Requested by forum user whitemix.
- The Poly Pack, available in the Audulus Store.
This consists of four new mono/poly conversion nodes (Utility category): MonoToStereo, StereoToMono, MonoToQuad, QuadToMono.
Requested by forum user JDRaoul.
- Graphics optimizations.
There is a new demo video of the features in this version, but I think the demo also reveals the potential and power in JACK's architecture. Audiobus only allows a single effect, and routes all input apps through that effect, but JACK allows you to select individual apps for effect processing and even lets you chain multiple effects together!
Hey Just J brings us a new Loopy jam, this time doing an acoustic guitar mash-up of Price Tag with Where is the Love.
He's has dramatically improved his production quality since we saw him in January. He looks better without the hipster glasses.
I was playing around with my guitar and an app I use on my phone called Loopy and figured out that I could do a mashup of two pretty cool songs. I came up with the arrangement on my phone and control everything in Loopy with an FCB1010 MIDI foot pedal controller. The video was shot in my garage using a Canon 60D with the kit lens and I had one LED panel light (CN-600SA).
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Buy Loopy on iTunes: $2.99 (iPhone)