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luanna for iPad with Tutorial Video

luanna (that's a lower-case L) from phontwerp_ looks like a cross between Strange Agency's Donut and GlitchBreaks, but sounds like some mad-ethereal dream. This "audio-visual application designed for the iPad that allows you to create and control music through the manipulation of moving images" looks really interesting, but doesn't provide a lot of details on iTunes.

Fortunately developer/musician Manabu Shimada, put out a nice little tutorial video (in English) to explain what it does and how.

Please note that this app is restricted to iPad 2 or later.

Buy luanna for iPad on iTunes: $16.99

Reader Comments 1

The developers supplied the following answer about the use of one's own samples.

Thank you for your interest in luanna.

Here are some information for your reference. Hope these find you well.

Does the app allow the user to use their own samples?
-the application can only use the original samples at the moment.

Please refer the below URL for the specification of luanna.

At the moment this application is specialized in using sonic artist Manabu Shimada's sound (www.manabushimada.com), however we may consider of updating the application to a user interface in later day.

Again thank you very much for your interest in luanna.


manabu shimada (phontwerp_)

Kamelmauz sez: This app is way too expensive to just be an interface for boutique samples. I will hope it goes on sale, and will hope more that it either becomes a "user interface" for outside samples, or, via MIDI.

May 22, 2012  | person_outline kamelmauz

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