Saturday, January 15, 2011

Fairlight - the legend returns

via http://matrixsynth.blogspot.com/2011/01/first-fairlight-since-1989-arrives.html

and a song by Klaus Netzle

iDJ Live DJ SOFTWARE CONTROLLER FOR IPAD, IPHONE


Transform your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch into a portable DJ rig.

Numark iDJ Live is the easiest way to become a DJ with your iPod touch, iPhone or iPad. This iOS-DJ controller is perfect for anyone from Pro DJs to music lovers who have never tried DJing before. The iDJ Live system harnesses the processing power of your iPad, iPod or iPhone and enables you to DJ parties, events and even clubs using the music that is already on your iPod via Algorithm Djay or other Core MIDI-enabled apps.


Enter The Void

MIDI Voice Controller for iphone, ipad

play synths by singing into your iPhone/iPod/iPad Touch!

Voice Control is a wireless MIDI controller that converts the pitch of your voice into signals for controlling MIDI devices networked to your computer.

HOW TO USE:

• Download a wireless MIDI interface such as DSMidiWifi (http://dsmi.tobw.net) and install on your computer.

• Launch Voice Control on your iPhone or iPod Touch.

• Connect your device’s MIDI stream to the synthesizers you want to control. For example, on a Mac use Audio MIDI Setup to connect your iPhone/iPod Touch to Garage Band or other MIDI units networked to your computer.

• Start singing. You can even harmonize with others on the same wireless network using two or more Voice Control apps.


FEATURES:

• Select your vocal range – from bass to soprano (center picker wheel)

• Shift the pitch of converted MIDI signals up or down (right picker wheel)

• Display the note you are currently singing (left picker wheel)

• Sliders let you change the input audio level and the amount of pitch “smoothing”

• Tap “Set Up” to switch to the “Control” screen

• Control the volume and expression in real time using the x-y control pad while you sing

• Rotate the device to pan the sound left to right


Friday, January 14, 2011

SYNTHSTATION49 for iPad

  •  49-Note Keyboard Controller with Drum Pads and Doc 
  • Portable, velocity-sensitive keyboard with pitch and modulation wheels
  • Nine velocity-sensitive MPC-style drum pads which light when triggered
  • Dedicated transport control buttons including Play, Pause and Record
  • Play MIDI keyboard and drum pad performances into an iPad via CoreMIDI or AkaiConnect apps
  • Built-in, adjustable dock charges your iPad while positioning the screen at the perfect angle
  • USB port for connecting to a Mac or PC, receiving power and controlling MIDI music software
  • Professional ¼" stereo outputs with volume control to connect mixers, speakers and recording equipment
  • Headphone output to practice and compose in private

Alesis StudioDock Pro Audio Dock For iPad

  • The world’s first pro audio dock for iPad
  • Connect microphones and instruments including guitar, studio monitors, PA speakers, headphones, and MIDI controllers
  • Universal device works with virtually every audio and MIDI app in the App Store; Core MIDI compliant
  • Perform, craft, create and play back music in virtually any conceivable manner or location
  • Video output for connection to TVs and projectors
  • Inputs: two combo XLR-1/4" for use with audio gear, instruments, and computer audio
  • Input channel gain controls and switchable phantom power for use with condenser microphones
  • Guitar-direct switch for use with amplifier- and effects-modeling app
  • Outputs: pair 1/4" and 1/4" headphone with separate volume controls
  • Control: MIDI In, MIDI Out, USB MIDI, and assignable 1/4-inch footswitch input 
  • http://www.alesis.com/studiodock

arc from momome


something new. ultra-high resolution optical rotary encoders, with push buttons. high-density variable-brightness led rings. two and four knob versions fit perfectly alongside other monome devices.
decoupled control, providing the same massive adaptability that monome pioneered five years ago.

Octop4d - Max4Live Device for Novations Launchpad


Octop4d -  Max4Live Device for Novations Launchpad from Darren E Cowley on Vimeo.

Saturday, January 8, 2011

IkeOto ~Sound Arrangement~ Free from Mac App Store


Ikebana" (means "Flower Arrangement" in English) is a Japanese traditional art that express not only flowers but the formation of its surrounding field itself using flowers as it alives. This work "IkeOto -Sound Arrangement-" is a visual and sound interactive art that stays its surrounding environment's sounds and sounds given by audience in the field, and present it as quite different form. As a result, the special sound field is formed by sound instead of the flowers by leaving sounds, which disappears usually as time goes by because it doesn't have any substance.


This app is available for FREE from the newly opened Apple App Store. Its basically a simple looper with some experimental sequencing/processing fx. To get started make sure you've got your internal mic enabled and then just start making some noise!


IkeOto ~Sound Arrangement~ App Store Link


via glitch.fm

RnL & Jordan Rudess w. iPads - Another One

Albums of 2010

find more at tarumatu

Guns N' Roses Richard Fortus on AmpliTube iRig

VocaLive - favorite vocal effects on iPhone/iPad

Friday, January 7, 2011

iRig Mic and VocaLive



VocaLive vocal processors can also be added in AmpliTube through in-app purchase - that is a big relief...

Thursday, January 6, 2011

Memories cause love. Love kills.

The wire: 2010 Rewind

01 Actress - Splazsh
02 Oneohtrix Point Never - Returnal
03 Swans - My father will guide me up a rope to the sky
04 Joanna Newsom - Have one on me
05 Catherine Christer Hennix - The electric harpsichord
06 Rangers - Suburban tours
07 Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti - Before today
08 John Tilbury & Sebastian Lexer - Last daylight
09 Keith Fullerton Whitman - Disengenuity/Disengenuousness
10 Kevin Drumm - Necro acoustic
11 Sun City Girls - Funeral mariachi
12 Annette Krebs & Taku Unami - Motobachii
13 Sun Araw - On patrol
14 Gonjasufi - A sufi and a killer
15 Big Boi - Sir Lucious Left Foot
16 Joe Colley - Disasters of self
17 Richard Skelton - Landings
18 Emeralds - Does it look like I'm here?
19 Eleh - Location momentum
20 Autechre - Oversteps
21 Helena Gough - Mikroklimata
22 Demdike Stare - Liberation through hearing
23 Marina Rosenfeld - Plastic materials
24 Bill Orcutt - Way down south
25 Flying Lotus - Cosmogramma
26 Bellows - Handcut
27 Tilbury/Duch/Davies - Conrenius Cardew: Works 1960-1970
28 Hype Williams - s/t
29 Laurie Anderson - Homeland
30 Konono No 1 - Assume crash position
31 Zs - New slaves
32 Phew - Five finger discount
33 Sabbathh Assembly - Restored to one
34 Derek Bailey - More 74
35 Seijaku - Mail from Fushitsua
36 Tyler the Creator - Bastard
37 Moon Wiring Club A spare tabby at the cat's wedding
38 Larry Polansky - The world's largest melody
39 Alasdair Galbraith - Mass
40 Jailbreak - The Rocker
41 oOoOO - oOoOO
42 Pedestrian Deposit - East fork/North fork
43 Group Inerane - Guitars from Agadaz vol 3
44 Prins Thomas - s/t
45 These New Puritans - Hidden
46 Aldo Clementi - Works with flutes
47 Graham Lambkin & Jason Lescalleet - Air supply
48 Joseph Hammer - I love you, please love me too
49 Joshua Abrams - Natural information
50 Grinderman 2

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Korg iMS-20 for iPad ver 1.1 with MS-20 Controller

this is just awesome, always wanted my ms-20 controller "behave more standalone"



"So this is pretty crazy, I've got my iPad connected to the Audio Kontrol 1 midi in/out via the camera connection kit into into a usb hub one of those no-brand usb <-> midi cable adaptors. I'm using the External Instrument plugin in Ableton to send midi clips to the iMS-20 app on the iPad with the sound routed back out from the iMS-20 app, through the presonus tube preamp and then into Ableton, and I'm also controlling the iMS-20 app on the iPad with the MS-20 usb controller." from Fusebox on
http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=413499