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Drum Circle Jam

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iTunes Description:

Create your own drum loops from over 50 drum sounds arranged in 9 sets: Dumbek/Darbukka, Djembe, Tabla, Conga/Tumba, Timbale, Jazz, Techno, Traps, and Street Sounds. There are 16 setups to store your loops. Each setup can have up to 9 tracks. Loops contain 1-16 beats. Beats can be subdivided into quarter notes, eighth notes, eighth-note triplets, or sixteenth notes. A randomizer generates rhythms for you that can modify. The app​ saves all setups for next time.

5-0 Radio Police Scanner

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iTunes Description:

The largest collection of live police, firefighter, aircraft, railroad, emergency, news, and ham radios. Be the first to know about weather, news, and crime updates.

Thanks for making us one of top 100 most downloaded iOS app since 2009. 5-0 Radio has been downloaded over 25 million times!

Features
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- Listen to feeds in the background. You can run other apps while listening to the police. Pause the feeds via the media controls on your device.
- Automatically attempts to reconnect the feed if you lose the connection.
- Listen to feeds on your desktop/laptop computer. Email yourself a link to the feed, and open that link on your browser or with your favorite mp3 player.
- Ability to add custom feeds
- Chat with other users
- The web browser also automatically detects feeds and integrates it with the radio. Now you can add feeds from the web by simply tapping on the feed's link via our browser.
- Share feeds with your friends by email. They do not need to buy this app to listen with you. They can listen in with any device that has a web browser.
- Worldwide coverage. Listen to feeds from the United States, Canada, Australia and more. Our app is always expanding and looking for new police radios to tap into.
- List scanners by county. Don't just list all feeds in a state, get only the ones that are from your city/county.
- Integrated map that finds your location and the location of the feed. Now you can find where the action is happening and follow along.
- Built-in police/EMS/fire/military codes and phonetic alphabet for easy interpretation. Good for any beginners who do not have the proper training and have trouble remembering what the codes mean.
- Save your favorites to the front screen of the app for quick one-tap access.
- This app will dynamically grab a new list of sources so that you will always be the first to get any new police feeds out there.
- See the popularity of each feed. Each feed lists the number of listeners who are following the action along with you.
- Choose new skins or make your own. Skins can be any photo you choose from your photos library.
- New police feeds and others are added on an hourly basis, so keep checking if we added yours recently.

*Note: Our paid app called 5-0 Radio Pro adds even more feeds - Search for "5-0 Radio Pro Police Scanner" on iTunes to find it.

Legality
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It is legal in most countries to listen to police feeds. However, it is illegal in some places to use this app to aid in the commission of a crime or to pose as a police officer when you are not. It may also be illegal to use it while driving. Please consult your local laws before using this app outside of your home.

Is it fake?
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It's very real. Each feed comes from a person in that region with an expensive police scanner sharing the signal with you via the internet.

Real-time
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The delay between the real radio feed and this app is only a few seconds depending on buffering and internet speeds.

Recommendations
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Check out our website SmartestApple.com for other great free apps from us

Uilleann

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iTunes Description:

Uilleann is an authentic sounding 3/4 set of Uilleann pipes (Irish Bagpipes) chanter, drones, and two regulators in the form of a standard two octave piano keyboard and also supports hardware MIDI bagpipes chanters connect to a hardware MIDI interface.

The app can also be used as a CoreMIDI sound module for MIDI file player apps.

The app plays the four most common keys for the instrument of D, C#, C, and B.

Touch the drone puck image to switch the drones on and off.

Touch the keys to play the chanter notes.

Touching in the upper half of the key plays the note at standard pitch. Touching lower on the key plays with the pitch proportionally lower to allow for pitch bending and vibrato effects

Finger vibrato for expression, as is done on the real instrument, can be added by sliding back and forth along the length of the chanter keys. The note C has an extended pitch bend range as typically used when playing a real chanter.

Play the regulator chords by touching the four squares above the keyboard on the left.

The chords match the tenor/baritone regulator pairs and are:

F#/D
G/D
A/F#
B/G

Since the real Uilleann pipes chanter doesn't play below D, the two regulators for chords may also be played on the upper and lower halves of the C and C# at the bottom of the keyboard.

Touch the mixer icon at the upper right to bring up the settings page where you can select the key (D, C#, C, or B), set the volumes of the chanter, drones, and regulators, set the amount of drone chorus effect, overall reverb level, and MIDI chanter parameters.

MIDI Chanter Setup:

Connect your MIDI chanter first using a hardware MIDI interface, then launch the Uilleann for iPhone app.

Use the MIDI controls on the settings page to set the MIDI channel for the chanter and drone notes as well as the lowest MIDI note for your MIDI chanter.

Range of the lowest MIDI note is from 55 to 79.

MIDI default parameter values are based on the Fagerstrom Uilleann Technopipes:

Drone channel: 15

Chanter channel: 1

Lowest Note: 69

The app responds to MIDI Pitch Bend messages on the Chanter MIDI channel. Pitch bend response is based on a two semitone maximum bend range.

The four regulator pairs now may be played on the MIDI channel one higher than the chanter starting on MIDI note 64 (E3).

MIDI notes 64 - 67 on the regulators channel play the regulator pairs. These notes match the mapping for the same baritone/tenor regulators used in the iPad version of the app.

The app can also be used as a CoreMIDI sound module for MIDI file player apps. The chanter, regulator, and drones channels will be mapped as described above.

MIDI channel and lowest note values are saved on exit.

Compressor

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iTunes Description:

Multiband Compressor brings your audio track to life, adding impact and character to everything from bass and drums to an entire mix. It affect the most basic aspect of sound: Volume.

Upload your music files via wifi (via web browser, no separate software needed!)
Audiocopy and paste are supported as well, so interaction with a growing group of apps like Fourtrack and DopplerPad is ensured.

Internal calculations are done in 64 bit floating point, the industry standard in digital sound processing. During conversion to 16 bit (CD quality) you have the option of dithering the sound to reduce artifacts and lower the noise level (noise shaping).

Threshold determines the volume at which compression kicks in.
Simply put, when a signal’s level exceeds the set threshold, the compressor activates and begins lowering the volume.

Ratio determines how much the compressor will lower the volume once the threshold is exceeded.
For example, if a compressor’s ratio is set to 6:1, then when the threshold is exceeded by six decibels, only one decibel will pass above the threshold.
At the highest settings, a compressor turns into a limiter, which serves the same essential function, but in a much more extreme manner.

The attack parameter controls how quickly the processor lowers the volume after the threshold is exceeded. Fast attack means that compression will be instantaneous, while slow attack means the compression is increased gradually, allowing for more variations in the signal than the fast setting. Attack should be adjusted according to the type of audio material you are using.

Once the signal passes back below the threshold, the release parameter determines how long it will take for the compressor to stop manipulating the volume. Short release times will make the compression more flexible and able to adapt to the input signal, but may cause fast changes in gain that may sound unpleasant. Longer release times produce a more even signal with less distortion, but make it harder to maximize the overall compression because small variations in signal level will be ignored.

Gain controls the amount of volume to be added to the signal. The gain should be adjusted to normalize the signal.

Solo will only play the current band and mute the others.

Bypass plays the music file without any compression or gain at all.

The peak display shows output levels. Dark blue lines represent the original file. Light blue lines show the amounts of gain applied and red lines indicate values above 0dB that cause clipping.
The refresh rate of the peak graph can be reduced for older devices so the CPU can keep up with all the intensive tasks that happen in real time.

To set gain and cutoff frequency of each band, use the three band equalizer on top of the screen. To select a specific band: double tap the equalizer band you wish.
Threshold, ratio, attack and release are band specific. Gain is global.
Next to the threshold a real time histogram shows the peak distribution to help find optimal threshold and ratio levels.

Once you decide to render your file, make sure to select dithering on in the settings screen. You can also select the amount of noise shaping psycho acoustic modelling of the noise floor.

nanoloop

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iTunes Description:

Nanoloop combines sequencer, synthesizer and sampler in one package. It provides all functions for creating electronic music from scratch.

- Easy to use sequencer, suitable for rhythm and melody
- Automatisation of all parameters
- 8 channels, each can be synth or sampler
- 8 patterns per channel
- Sample via microphone
- Re-sample
- Polyphonic FM-, PWM- and noise synth
- Song editor with loop function
- Send and receive projects via e-mail
- WAV export
- Sharing projects and audio in file sharing apps like Dropbox is possible when these apps are installed.
- MIDI sync with other devices


The Synth

Nanoloop's FM synth offers a maximum of flexibility within a small set of parameters. It comes with a stereo modulator detune effect and covers the typical clean bells and Rhodes-like sounds, spheric pads, thick beats and basses.


The Sequencer

The stepsequencer visualises the rhythmic structure in a compact 4x4 square matrix, making it very easy to lay out patterns.


The Sampler

Besides A/D envelope, loop function, start offset, tune and fine tune, the puristic sampler comes without effects. You can record up to 6 seconds via microphone or copy samples via iTunes.


Share

With nanoloop for iPhone, you can send your saved projects to other nanoloop users and your own PC via e-mail. If nanoloop is installed on the recipient's iPhone / iPod, she/he can simply tap on the file name in the received e-mail to start nanoloop and import the attached file so that it is available for editing. This makes collaboration very easy, multiple users around the world can work on the same project by simply e-mailing the file.


Export

Songs can be exported to a WAV file that is accessible via iTunes (simply drag & drop files in finder). The exported file is also copied to the clipboard so that it can be pasted in other apps that support pasting audio. If a file sharing app like Dropbox is installed, you can upload the file there.

More information can be found at the nanoloop website: www.nanoloop.com
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