haQ attaQ: Connect & Use OP-Z with iPad or iPhone

You know when Jakob Haq takes the time to do a video about connecting a device to an iPad, you're not just going to get, "connect a thing to a thing." Here Jakob covers several other concerns OP-Z users may have when trying to incorporate an iPad into their play.

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The process of connecting a Teenage Engineering OP-Z to iPhone or iPad is fairly straightforward. However it differs a bit between iDevice models depending on if they are equipped with a Lightning port or a USB-C port. In this video I go through both port types and I also go over topics like, charging while connected, monitoring audio, sampling and updating the OP-Z firmware over USB.

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Giorgio Moroder - [Theme From] Midnight Express

POGPALE recreated Giorgio Moroder's 1978 hit [Theme From] Midnight Express in a goofy Gadget way.

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Giorgio Moroder - Theme from Midnight Express
KORG Gadget cover by POGPALE

On the Midnight Express soundtrack,
Chase is really cool, but I like this song, too.
I like Giorgio Moroder so much.

BeatCutter Update

BeatCutter, from Igor Vasiliev, was updated with a feedback mode that changes over time. This is perfect for the evolution that is found in BeatCutter's workflow. It sounds fantastic in the demo too.

What's new in BeatCutter v1.3:

The most important addition in this update is the feedback mode. This is not like analog feedback when positive loop gain occurs at some more or less stable resonant frequency. It looks more like fractals when the next level is similar to the whole structure, but in this case with constantly changes. We can say that it works like a sound structure that evolves and changes itself. This is an incredible ability to create perfect sound abstractions, unrelated to any external samples or signals and it opens up a huge potential for experimentation and inspiration.

All changes:

New feedback option sends the sum of the output buses signals back to the input.
Added option to fade out the output and reset cells in the sample matrix.
Additional output for channels C3,C4 for standalone mode and Audio unit.
Added option to send direct signals of the input buses to the additional output.
The direct signal of the input buses is now taken from the source signal.
Added option to send the output buses signals for internal reverb to the additional output.
App description has been updated and improved (also available as PDF).
Added new datasets for templates.
Some improvements of audio engine.
Fixed problem with output to Bluetooth device.
Minor bugs were fixed.

SnakeBud - AUv3 MIDI Sequencer by Cem Olcay

Cem Olcay released SnakeBud - AUv3 MIDI Sequencer. This mad sequencer is inspired by the popular Eurorack modular module, Make Noise René. There are a lot of different ways to approach step-sequencing, and this is one of the more playful. The AUv3 exposes over 90 different parameters! If it isn't weird enough for you, you can probably get there with some random LFO madness pointed at a few of those.

SnakeBud - AUv3 MIDI Sequencer

SnakeBud is a 16-step AUv3 MIDI Sequencer with a 4x4 grid. You can set the note, gate, velocity and probability values for each step and you can also toggle them on/off.

It has 24 snake patterns for the sequencing on a 2-dimensional grid which differentiates it from the one directional sequencers. You can get 24 different sequences within the same grid.

SnakeBud has a music theory engine with 40+ scales which can be changed from the settings menu. You can lock the notes in a scale and you can change the scale even when the sequencer is running.

With the randomiser, you can randomise the notes, the snake pattern or all parameters at once. 

You can save the current state in a pattern and create as many patterns as you want by pressing the plus button in the patterns section on the bottom-left side of the screen.

The AUv3 plugin exposes more than 90 Audio Unit parameters. You can control them or even automate them with the supported audio unit host apps such as AUM, Cubase, apeMatrix.

The standalone version of SnakeBud supports Ableton Link.

SnakeBud does not produce sound itself, it's a MIDI app and requires an audio app in order to work. Just route the SnakeBud MIDI output to the audio app's MIDI input and arm the sequencer.

Gavinski’s Tutorials has an excellent, and timely tutorial, ready for us!

The Sound Test Room: touchscaper - Easy Guide for the iPad

Doug Woods from The Sound Test Room brings us a detailed guide to Rob Jackson's popular touchscaper!

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