MIDI Designer Pro 2 Update

MIDI Designer Pro 2 got the Panel Channel update that we saw in this month's devlog, along with several fixes!

What's new in MIDI Designer Pro 2 v2.9.0:

2.9 is a major release focusing on panels, smaller new features and fixes.

• NEW: Panel Channel and Starting CC (thanks Todd)... see midiDR.com/panelChannel
• NEW: Panels can be grouping or not grouping ('Panel Controls' toggle, thanks Terry and others)
• NEW: Changed Snap to Value and Snap to Default Value timer under the hood to allow for smaller values to work properly (thanks Steven!)
• ADDED: Song Select MIDI message for Songbook and other apps (thanks Peter)
• ADDED: 4-byte device ID Roland Sysex Checksum (thanks fingerstyler)
• FIXED: Reappearing MIDI Dude
• FIXED: Picker values not being set/shown properly on layout load (thanks Michel!)
• FIXED: Buttons with no label showing "Distortion 1" (thanks Gary!)
• FIXED: Page Jump buttons on other side on phone not working (thanks Scott!)
• FIXED: iPhone 6, 6+, 7, 7+ not showing arrows
• FIXED: iPhone default layout not centered
• FIXED: Panel layering didn't make much sense (Thanks Michel!)
• FIXED: Panel selection and multiline-label control slowness. See mididr.com/qa/5820 for details (thanks Byron)
• FIXED: Bug in Channel Changers with no presets overriding presets (thanks Giovanni)
• FIXED: Bug on first load with controls that bridge left and right pages (iPad only, thanks Michel!)

Translations thanks to François, Matteo and Pol.

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Here is Dan's latest vlog in case you missed it!

Mobile Electro Jam At Graveyard Feat. PO-32 Tonic + iPhone

YouTuber Perplex On posted this beautiful jam, both in terms of the music and video! In addition to the featured PO-32, he's making use of Animoog for iPhone and a QuantumVJ!

Video Description:

This is a very minimalistic outdoor jam just using the Teenage Engineering PO-32 Tonic and an iPhone running Poly app sequencing Animoog. Visually supported by a QuantumVJ glitch visualizer. Everything recorded live on spot with a Zoom H2. Filmed at an old historical graveyard.

This track is a free download:
https://soundcloud.com/perplex-on/ton...

More videos and music

@YOUTUBE: http://www.youtube.com/c/PerplexOn

@INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/perplex_on/

@FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/perplexon

@SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/perplex-on

Marcus Padrini: 13 Presets for Sunrizer

Marcus Padrini from MusicApps.com.br shared 13 free presets for Sunrizer, with a demo video!

Note: Reader Harison Zamperla has confirmed that these presets do not work on the iPhone "XS" version.

Video Description:

While I was recording my last synth course, I used Sunrizer a lot for making many synth patches. Here are 13 basic patches I created for lead, bass, pads and arp examples. If you like it, download the bank for free:

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1...

Importing the bank: download the file to your computer and then send it for any e-mail account you can check with your iPad. Using the mail app, open the message and use the "Import with Sunrizer" option.

Mobile Jamming w/Microkorg and iPad Pro

YouTuber Todd Smith posted this video showing off his mobile music making setup, with a MicroKorg and iPad Pro. The video includes a couple of demo jams. I especially liked the second one with SECTOR!

Video Description:

: Buy my music on Bandcamp :

https://toddsmithmusic.bandcamp.com/

SORRY FOR THE DIRTY iPAD !!

This video will show a few clips from my mobile jam session. I walked around a local park and made started some musical ideas today. My iPad Pro recorded the audio, I used the Microkorg and various iOS synths for audio.

I really enjoyed jamming out while in the nature, it's a pretty awesome experience.

: Gear used :

MiroKorg
iRig
iPad Pro

: iOS apps :

Auria Pro
Auria iSpark
Sector

: iPad Music App Video Playlist :

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...

: A Distant Love for Life ( Full Demo Playlist ) :

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...

on Bandcamp https://toddsmithmusic.bandcamp.com/
on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/toddsmithmus...
on Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/user-619024403

Syndt - Polyphonic Synthesizer by Klevgränd

Today Klevgränd released Syndt - Polyphonic Synthesizer. This AUv3 synth offers morphing waveforms, with alternating pulse width, both of which can be modulated! All of this will make your CPU grunt, so an iPad Air 2 or later is recommended if you're going to get very polyphonic with this polyphonic synth.

Syndt ships with 70 presets, and a weird demo video! The app is also on an introductory sale.

Syndt - Polyphonic Synthesizer iTunes Description:

OBS! The price is introductionary and (~37.5% off) and will be changed in a couple of days.

Syndt is a high quality polyphonic synthesizer with a lot of possibilities. The oscillator waveform can be morphed between pure sine to pure square and supports alternation of pulse width. Both the shape and pulse width can be modulated by two independent LFOs. Finetuned low pass and high pass filters combined with a separate filter attack setting (optionally based on velocity) makes possibilities to create some raw and interesting sounds.

The additional LFO can be shaped exactly as the oscillator, and optionally controls filters, gain and pitch (using a modulation wheel or just automatcally). This LFO can be synchronized to a AUv3 host.

Globally there’s a nice stereo chorus, ping pong stereo delay (that also can sync to a AUv3 hosts bpm) and EQ.


Key features:

* AUv3, works with AUv3 compatible hosts like GarageBand, Cubasis, Auria, AUM etc.
* 70 professionally made presets
* XY pad based oscillator and LFO (PWM on the X axis and morphs between sine and square on the Y axis)
* Independent mini-LFO (sine only) for each axis of the oscillator XY-pad.
* LP / HP filter with resonance
* LP Filter can be velocity sensitive
* LP Filter has an optional attack time
* LFO can affect LP filter, HP filter, gain level and pitch
* LFO has an optional attack time
* LFO can be syncronized with an AUv3 host (AUv3 mode only!)
* Ping pong stereo delay (optionally syncs to host)
* Stereo Chorus
* Three band EQ
* Legato mode with glide speed parameter
* Pitch bend range

Important: Syndt in stand-alone mode does not support IAA or MIDI. You can try it out using the keyboard at the bottom, but that’s it. We recommend using Syndt with AUv3 compatible hosts.

OBS! Syndt oversamples the signal and uses sophisticated DSP features which makes it consume quite some CPU. An iPad AIR 2 or better is recommended if you’re planning to use many voices simultaneously.

A full documentation is available at https://klevgrand.se/products/syndt

Feedback or suggestions? Drop us a mail: support(at)klevgrand.se or @klevgrand on Twitter

Synth Anatomy has posted a demo of his favorite presets, and here is the charmingly weird official promo.

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