More app sales - MoDrum & TB MIDI Stuff

Just as we're reaching the last day to buy Korg's app for 50%-off, two more deals have surfaced!

finger's MoDrum is down to $4, leading up to the release of the next patch. This drum machine, from the makers of BassLine, has a solid Virtual MIDI implementation with both Notes and Sync. Development and support have been top-notch on this one! Unlike most of the drum machines out there, this one is all synthesis!

Additionally TB MIDI Stuff is now 50%-off, down to $5, for even more MIDI goodness. This sale brings it down to TouchOSC's price-point, and for that price I think it is definitely worth while if you want to make your own MIDI interfaces. This is unique from TouchOSC and Lemur, as you can edit your layouts right on the iPad.

Buy MoDrum on iTunes: $3.99 (On Sale, from $5.99)

Buy TB MIDI Stuff on iTunes: $5.99 iPad (On Sale, from $9.99)

Stevie Wonder's As, on iFretless Bass

iFretless Bass developer Blue Mangoo Software, did a little demo of himself playing Stevie Wonder's As.

Does anyone else think it is in poor taste to do Stevie Wonder covers on a touch screen? I'm kidding, this is nice little performance!

via iOS Musician

Buy iFretless Bass on iTunes: $2.99

Buy Sample Tank on iTunes: $9.99 (On Sale, from $19.99)

Korg iOS Improv Jam Video

Incura keyboardist, Jim McLaren, has put together another very high-quality iOS jam video! This time utilizing Korg's WIST to sync up iMS-20 with iKaossilator, and a Monotribe. GeoSynth is in there as well for a solo. Seriously funky little groove here.

This is the last day of the Korg 50% off sale, so you grab what you can while the grabbing's good!

Buy Korg iMS-20 on iTunes: $15.99 (On Sale, from $32.99)

Buy Korg iElectribe on iTunes: $9.99 (On Sale, from $19.99)

Buy Korg iKaossilator on iTunes: $9.99 (On Sale, from $19.99)

Myagi's DJ Setup with meta DJ

Myagi, Canadian producer and DJ, has been all over iPad music apps from the beginning. He's even made huge contributions to some apps like finger's BassLine and meta DJ (link to review). DJ Techtools did a great little interview with him to see how he uses meta DJ in his live shows.

I think he must have ADHD too! Gotta keep tweaking knobs!

Buy meta DJ - DJ. Mix. Beats. on iTunes: $19.99

iYM2151 Impressions and Tutorials

Reader Garrett let me know about a bunch of great tutorials and other videos DETUNE Ltd. has put out for their new iYM2151.

I've been playing with it a lot today and I'm kind of taken aback. It is seriously complicated, which is fine, but the archaic interface makes it a pain in the ass to navigate the complexities. SunVox is a great comparison, but in terms of complexity and power. Note input in iYM2151 is easier and more fluid than in Sunvox, but getting around to all of the parts is a chore. I'm going to stick with it, and do a review, but for now I would only recommend this to people who really love 16-bit game sound tracks or have a passionate love of FM. If you're just FM-curious, you should check out the $2 DXi.

For the brave, you can find some tutorial videos on DETUNE's YouTube Channel as well as a manual here (English version is not complete). Here's a tune by composer Keishi Yonao:

Buy iYM2151 Sequencer on iTunes: $34.99

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