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Jordan Rudess' Tacky demo of Tachyon

Jordan is in his element today, with a tounge-in-cheek look at his latest Wizdom Music app.

Tachyon is designed to let you graphically morph between two sounds. The iPad surface is used as a multitouch XY interface, where the x-axis controls pitch and the y-axis controls the blend of two different sounds.

Despite the goofiness and gimmickry, this looks like it could be interesting! Morphing between instruments is always fun, and using the X/Y interface seems like a very fluid way to play. A price and release date have not yet been announced.

Reader Comments 2

As we all know, sex and cheap apps are some of the main driving forces this great country has to offer. Why not combine both? Picture a male baritone (_)(_)///////D harping away left handed, perhaps using a klezmer scale, while the right handed female soprano (*Y*) chirps legato notes, er never mind, anyone has a tissue?

July 19, 2012  | person_outline Chezzdog

sounds the same as the rest.

now tc-11? that's what i like to talk about.

July 19, 2012  | person_outline Anonymouse
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