Roland MKS70 & JX8P with iPad Programmer iPG-800

The guys at Take the Fear out the Gear have a very clever YouTube name. Here the duo are surprised and delighted by the iPG-800 app. They connect the app to a JX8P and a MKS70 rack unit to test it out.

Video Description:

Here we discuss ways of making new sounds for your Roland vintage synths using the IPG800 ipad app as a programmer to make new sounds. This is a great option as the Roland PG-800 hardware programmer now costs around £500 on ebay.

The Roland JX8P setup uses an ipad with IPG800 app, a line 6 midi mobilizer II (as a midi interface) and this connects to the midi in and out on the JX8P.

The Roland MKS70 rack unit setup uses an ipad with IPG800 app, a line 6 midi mobilizer II (as a midi interface) plus a Yamaha YMM2 midi merge box and Behringer Vocoder as a midi keyboard. The merge box takes the outputs from the behringer and mobilizer and merges them to the midi input of the MKS70. The midi out of the MKS70 goes to the midi in of the line 6 mobilizer.

iPG-800 is a MIDI Controller iPad app emulating the functionality of the PG-800, PG-300, PG-200 and PG-1000 Synthesizer Programmers that were built by Roland.

It only works with a Roland JX-8P, MKS-70, JX-10 (with Colin Fraser OS or Fred Vecoven OS), Alpha Juno 1+2, MKS-50, HS-80, JX-3P with Organix or Kiwitechnics OS and D-50/D-550.

The IPG800 app is £4.99 on the apple app store what a bargain.

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HTMAB - Instead of Bed

Instead of going to bed, EISERMANN came up with this moody synthy jam in AUM!

Video Description:

I’m using the great Rozeta Sequencer Suite and Atom | Piano Roll for MIDI control and Replicant2 for some beautiful glitch effects on the drums and the arp synth.

Haik: Ambient Shimmer Pad with Oval Synth

YouTuber Haik challenged himself to create an ambient shimmer pad using only free apps inside of AUM. The video starts off slow as he demonstrates what each effect in the chain is doing. He activates the last effect at around 2 minutes.

Video Description:

I used free apps in this video, and AUM.

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PSA1000 by Nembrini Audio

Nembrini Audio released PSA1000, an analog saturation unit based on the classic SansAmp PSA-1. They've improved upon the original design with lots of stereo and Mid/Side processing goodies. There is a Junior version for $5 less, which removes all of the stereo functions. Both versions can be used in AUv3 or IAA.

PSA1000 App Store Description:

The PSA1000 Analog Saturation Unit plugin is a modern recreation of a '90s classic analog guitar preamp which is used in recording studios all around the world!

It is used and "abused" for recording and characterizing not only guitars but also electric pianos, organs, synthesizers, electric basses and many other instruments.

The original unit has found its place even in the mix stage for processing all type of sounds, as drum rooms, percussions, vocals, kicks, snares and sound fx too!

For creating the PSA1000 Analog Saturation Unit plugin, Nembrini Audio has carefully modeled the original analog circuits and finely refined it by ear as all its products.

Nembrini Audio also adds new features that brings the PSA1000 Analog Saturation Unit plugin to modern days:

- Independent controls for left and right channels with individual and global links
- Dry/Wet mix knob for both channels
- Mid/Side operation
- Spread circuit to widen the stereo field
- Analog Link circuit to simulate the difference between left and right channels as in real analog world
- Phase Reverse switch to take advantage of the original phase changes in the real analog unit when used in parallel
- In and Out level knobs for maximum versatility

Works as a standalone app, AudioUnit v3 effect, or Inter-App Audio effect

There is an official demo using the desktop version. The levels go nuts, so keep your volume controls handy.

The Sound Test Room: FAC Alteza with BeepStreet Drambo

Doug Woods from The Sound Test Room ran BeepStreet's upcoming Drambo drum app into FAC Alteza. He goes on to show off some LFO tips with Rozeta.

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DRAMBO is not available yet and I have no release date on the App

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