The iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch Resource Thread

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LiquidSoul
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Re: The iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch Resource Thread

Post by LiquidSoul » Fri May 28, 2010 12:30 pm

Jasuto Pro 1.2.2 has been submitted to Apple!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLnOigssB0Q

-Zoomable/slidable Scale module, basically lets you define scales and play them with a keyboard.
-The sequencer supports odd loop lengths, independent rates (up to 64x the tempo!), and trigger resets now.
-Transposing of sequencers now scale properly.
-Fixed the .wav case sensitivity issue.
-Fourier transform modules (FFT, iFFT, Band, Bands) for some spectral fun! Check out the new Spectral category which contains a Vocoder example!
-Recording/Resampling now only listens to the selected Speaker modules, if nothing is selected then it records everything (just like the current default behavior).
-Fixed a browser tabbing issue that would popup after saving a scene.
-Much better sounding Noise module.
-Sonoma AudioCopy/Paste 1.1.
-Sequences/Motion now start on the initial note on loading.
-Fixed a bunch of number editor bugs, and yes, you can now enter 0!
-You can now disable motion smoothing on nodes when dragging them around in the scene. The option can be found in the Motion menu under Smooth.
-Replaced the screensaver with something a little less arbitrary, a spectrogram!
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Re: The iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch Resource Thread

Post by LiquidSoul » Sat May 29, 2010 5:36 pm

Eric Persing shows a very cool live performance application of using Spectrasonics Virtual Instruments like Omnisphere, Trilian and Stylus with the iPad via a new third party app called "Air Display" - which turns the iPad into a wireless, external touchscreen monitor for Macs. BTW, this iPad app and the techniques shown in the video can be used with any software....but it's particularly interesting with software like the professional Omnisphere Power Synth that is far too powerful to run on the iPad natively.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wChJEr-y5nM

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Post by glitchrock-buddha » Sat May 29, 2010 10:29 pm

LiquidSoul wrote:Eric Persing shows a very cool live performance application of using Spectrasonics Virtual Instruments like Omnisphere, Trilian and Stylus with the iPad via a new third party app called "Air Display" - which turns the iPad into a wireless, external touchscreen monitor for Macs. BTW, this iPad app and the techniques shown in the video can be used with any software....but it's particularly interesting with software like the professional Omnisphere Power Synth that is far too powerful to run on the iPad natively.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wChJEr-y5nM
aha, I just came to post about that! I gave it it's own thread because I think it could be such a useful thing and people who aren't otherwise interested in the ipad might be now. It just might push me over the edge...
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Re: The iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch Resource Thread

Post by The Landwhale » Sun May 30, 2010 12:19 am

Just got Air Display, actually works pretty well with Live, WAY better than iDisplay did.
Would be so good if Live have true multi-touch control.

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Post by LiquidSoul » Sun May 30, 2010 12:33 pm

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http://ellatron.blogspot.com/2010/05/me ... -into.html

And here is the wide world's first glimpse at the Mellotronics M3000 HD. Powered by Ellatron and stuffed with genuine Mellotronics, this is initially an iPad-exclusive baby brother to Streetly's amazing M4000 tape-replay instrument, with iPhone version to follow. Streetly have for the first time made their entire tape vault available under license, and the M3000 is stuffed with voices derived from the Mellotronics tape library - *EXACTLY* the same tapes that appear on all those Beatles, Genesis, King Crimson and Zombies records.

All 35 notes of each voice are sampled - this is a *BIG* application, and it sounds beautiful. To make it even more beautiful we've integrated a gorgeous, lush and highly controllable reverb engine. The Church organ never sounded bigger ...

Four voices can be resident in memory at one time, allowing the classic A/B/C switch to be used to instantly switch between voices. Even better, the A/B/C switch is in fact a continuous controller to support an infinite* variety of blended tones. All the while, a 4th voice can be used with the now-standard Ellatron chord pads.

No bells. No whistles. Just 120 MBytes of pure, musical, Mellotronic joy.

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Post by RajahP » Sun May 30, 2010 10:00 pm

LiquidSoul wrote:Eric Persing shows a very cool live performance application of using Spectrasonics Virtual Instruments like Omnisphere, Trilian and Stylus with the iPad via a new third party app called "Air Display" - which turns the iPad into a wireless, external touchscreen monitor for Macs. BTW, this iPad app and the techniques shown in the video can be used with any software....but it's particularly interesting with software like the professional Omnisphere Power Synth that is far too powerful to run on the iPad natively.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wChJEr-y5nM

This is revolutionary.. Mac only?

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Post by LoopStationZebra » Sun May 30, 2010 11:14 pm

RajahP wrote:
LiquidSoul wrote:Eric Persing shows a very cool live performance application of using Spectrasonics Virtual Instruments like Omnisphere, Trilian and Stylus with the iPad via a new third party app called "Air Display" - which turns the iPad into a wireless, external touchscreen monitor for Macs. BTW, this iPad app and the techniques shown in the video can be used with any software....but it's particularly interesting with software like the professional Omnisphere Power Synth that is far too powerful to run on the iPad natively.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wChJEr-y5nM

This is revolutionary.. Mac only?

Of course. Isn't EVERYTHING revolutionary pretty much Mac only? :lol:
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Post by 8O » Mon May 31, 2010 10:29 am

Anyone want to bet on Korg porting their Nintendo DS-10 to the iPad? That would be great, would really suit the iPad size and interface...
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Post by Leon Tricker » Mon May 31, 2010 10:39 am

8O wrote:Anyone want to bet on Korg porting their Nintendo DS-10 to the iPad? That would be great, would really suit the iPad size and interface...
I certainly hope so. I hope developing an iPad version is what's keeping them from releasing the DS-10+ in Europe!

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Post by LiquidSoul » Mon May 31, 2010 7:06 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lo7sOjMQ1ig

iJammer is a WiFi-based wireless MIDI "Jammer" style control surface for the iPad

The layout is based on the "Hayden-Wicki" system, with independent mirror image keyboards for the left and right hands. Supports up to 10-note polyphony.

iJammer supports two independent wireless MIDI channels and has a 9-octave range.

iJammer doesn't produce any sound on it own, it is designed for controlling hardware or software VST-style MIDI synthesizers via a WiFi connection to a Windows or Mac OS X based computer.

Multiple iPads can run iJammer on the same wireless network, each sending messages on its own set of MIDI channels to the hardware or software synthesizer.

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Post by LiquidSoul » Tue Jun 01, 2010 5:56 am

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQr0mS4Y2Hg

In this video we talk about the Apple iPad versus the Novation Launchpad versus the Monome - in a topic as old fashioned as 16 step sequencing. The video is not so much about the sequencing as such, but about the different form factors, the haptic and the used software of the three candidates in the comparison. My favorite is the iPad for now, as it offers a minimal footprint with maximum possibilities. From a "touch" perspective and coolness, the monome wins, whereas the Launchpad gains momentum with its budget friendly approach. Go make some music! modul8or

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Post by 8O » Tue Jun 01, 2010 8:38 am

@delicioso & LiquidSoul - cheers for the updates - any recommendations which ones are worth buying?
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Post by LiquidSoul » Tue Jun 01, 2010 9:08 am

8O wrote:@delicioso & LiquidSoul - cheers for the updates - any recommendations which ones are worth buying?
Thanks! I guess TouchOSC is a musthave for iPad. iSequence and Aurora are also great for portable production.

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Post by Leon Tricker » Tue Jun 01, 2010 10:48 am

LiquidSoul wrote:Jasuto Pro 1.2.2 has been submitted to Apple!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLnOigssB0Q
Downloaded this for the iPod last night. Unbelieveable application. Just staggering that something this powerful is available for a thing I carry in my pocket!

Can't wait to get an iPad and try Jasuto on it. The one problem on iPod (like a lot of apps) is the lack of screen space.

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Post by LiquidSoul » Tue Jun 01, 2010 12:01 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rcDhgEDonZM
Tonetable 1.2: Control tone turntable for your iPhone or iPad http://www.inklen.com/tonetable

What's new in 1.2:
- iPad support.
- Customisable colours.
- Adjustable size and position of the virtual vinyl platter.
- Pitch slider now displays the pitch offset.
- Improved responsiveness of scratching.
- Further minor optimisations.

Tonetable is an application for DJs who want to control their digital vinyl system from their iPhone or iPod Touch.

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