Longtime reader Anonymouse sent in word of an app that slipped past me in all the Audiobus news last week. Wejaam is a totally free Universal app, offering a lot of fun and features, without even a single IAP!

Buy Wejaam on iTunes: Freemium

iTunes Description:

Make your own music Electro, Techno, House ... and share a Jam with friends. Loop-based music sequencer specially designed for playing live, it is associated with an innovative and powerful randomization tool.


It's very simple to make a beat, just select from the Djaam library or you also can pick up from the World Jaam community the only think you have to do it's to create you beat using the hit editor, add sound, delete sound that's so easy...


Give you access to a 5 pads controllers instead than knob in this way you will control simple your feeling with your finger on the screen, we also record your live session.


  • Sequencer 6 patterns of 32 notes.
  • 6-channel instrument (synthesizer or sampler).
  • 1 parametric Filter by channel.
  • 2 effect sends per channel (Delay, Reverb, Flanger, Chorus, Overdrive).
  • 3-band equalizer.
  • Output limiter.
  • Export recordings and programs with iTunes.
  • Bluetooth Synchronization allows you to play with another person and have the same audio output on each device.

As you can tell by the screenshot, the UI isn't much to look at, but the effects sound great and they are doing some clever stuff with mini-gestures on the step-sequencer to make live performance more interesting. There is even a built-in tutorial video.

Here is a promotional demo. You can find a series of tutorials on the developer's YouTube Channel.

Animoog Moogerfooger Medley

MATRIXSYNTH found an impressive piece from Rafael Carrasquillo, who ran Animoog through a table full of Moogerfoogers and into an Otari 50/50 Tape Machine. That seriously looks like the most fun per square foot a table can hold, I wish he showed more of it!

Video Description:

Here is my loose take on an idea inspired by Klaus Schulze's "Irrlicht", as recorded and played back on the Otari 50/50 Tape Machine. I was listening to that record the other day and, well, there you have it. I used the Animoog on my iPhone as the drone provider plus several Moogerfooger modules and a Moog Old School to scatter some electronic ice around.

Buy Animoog on iTunes: $14.99 (On sale, $29.99)

Learn Guitar: String Wars

Here's a demo of the new app Learn Guitar: String Wars. It isn't a very exciting app, but you get to see Ed from Apps4iDevices!
It is always neat to see the people behind the sites.

Buy Learn Guitar: String Wars on iTunes: $4.99

Sonic Touch 20: Samplr, Borderlands, and Korg iPolysix

This week Nick Batt and Gaz Williams take a look at Samplr, Borderands and the new Korg iPolysix.

Buy Samplr on iTunes: $4.99


Buy Borderlands Granular on iTunes: $3.99

Buy Korg iPolysix on iTunes: $14.99 (On Sale, from $32.99)

Grateful Dead Expansion Pack for Animoog

After a false-start last week, Moog announced today the official release of the Grateful Dead Pack in the Animoog Store.

The Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart at the Moog Factory

Buy Animoog on iTunes: $14.99 (On sale, $29.99)

The Grateful Dead Expansion Pack is broken into three categories: ensemble, percussion and vocal sounds. In each case the timbres were extracted from individual vocal performances, percussion hits or instrument riffs performed during the Grateful Dead’s concert at the Carousel Ballroom 44 years ago. The pack allows musicians today to create dynamic soundscapes from the Dead’s rare and complex source harmonic content originally performed decades ago.

The pack features 82 Presets and 45 Timbres that were carefully extracted from the live recording, and then optimized for the Animoog’s Anisotropic Synthesis Engine.

Cyril Lance, Moog Music’s Chief Engineer explains, “We’re not simply providing samples from the Grateful Dead's body of work, rather we’ve distilled the essence of notes and phrases in a different way to transform these performances into new instruments -- new voices. Now we’ve made these unique voices available to artists in a way that enables them to create their own music and voices based on this fundamental essence.”

Cool news for Deadheads and anyone wanting something a little more funky in their Animoog! The pack is $4.99 and is available from inside of Animoog. You can listen to the new timbres and presets in this demo from Moog.

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