Like to post updates but it becomes a hassle sometimes to do whole posts just for medium updates or if there is a lot of them... but still think that it is nice to show what is going on with apps that they have on the radar or it becomes a way to discover apps that may have not been seen.
So will start to show updates for apps in this way but probably miss a lot of good updates as can only list the ones that are showing up on my devices... So if there is developers out there or readers that have knowledge of interesting updates please let us all know...
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Audio Evolution Mobile Studio
* Bus automation: when pressing Auto, the automation lanes for busses are now displayed as well and can be edited
* The automation lanes now show a horizontal dotted line for the default value of the selected parameter
* The time code area on top now shows tick marks for beats when zoomed in
* The piano roll editor now draws a center line for pitch bend and pitch bend events are now snapped to the center
* And much more..
- Filterbank based channel vocoder
- Phase Correction II
New paranoia effect
Fixed gallery images appearing twice
Burst intervals are now available to everyone
Much smaller, white watermark
Free Guitar Tuner - Fender Tune
The five-star Fender Tune app now features the Player Pack!
The all-new version of Fender Tune still features FREE, easy and accurate tuning for guitar, bass and ukulele, with 26 alternate tunings and create-your-own tunings. ALL NEW! PLAYER PACK!
The Player Pack — available for purchase — includes:
* Pro Tuner
Each feature can be purchased individually, or get all four in the Player Pack for a 37% savings!
- updated to support lastest Android version
- added new demo tracks
- new drum kit 'Minimal' for driving minimal beats
- fix for 'export loop' sometimes writing broken .WAV file
- support for Pro Audio low latency feature
smart Chords & tools (guitar, bass, banjo, uke...
⭐ Tabulator view added to the following views with the option to hide:
◾ Scales fretboard
⭐ Bigger tabulator view for bigger screens
✅ Option to hide tabulator view on 'Practice' screen
✅ 'History' and 'Folder' buttons are now visible also on small displays
✅ Scale and arpeggio patterns now support capo
Would normally not post this type of apps as they are to boring and functional but after reading the description there was no choice...
He brings up how it can be used for discovering EVP's which is interesting if a person believe in ghosts or entities that are not perceived easily by our senses...
But what got me erect was that it tickled my dreams of becoming an international spy or maybe a fearless diamond thief?
Yapps it can be used to crack safes!
When reading this went to the closest bank and asked if it was possible to try the app on their main safe but alas they denied me and security was called in... So yesterday had to sit in a small cell with fifteen scary looking dudes with tears tattoed all over their faces...
But it was okay after awhile as we got more and more drunk on toilet wine and we have now exchanged social information and it will hopefully lead me to go and crack a safe in the end with one of those hardened criminals???
In either case wish that there was a safe in my possession to try it out on.
Turn your phone into a Spectrum Analyzer. Speccy is an Audio Spectrum Analysis tool, which visualizes the spread of sound frequencies in the audible (and inaudible) spectrum, detected through your device's microphone, using Fast Fourier Transform signal processing. It supports the most languages of any similar app (English, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, German, Italian, Russian, French and Thai) and is the only app which also lets you export audio snapshot data to the clipboard (for plotting in Excel, etc). Speccy has a wide variety of uses, such as:
• Assessing environmental noise for health and safety
• Sound checking venues PA systems and in-car stereos
• Identifying audio signals obscured to the human ear by noise
• Testing the microphone on your device
• Comparing the quality of different brands of headphones
• Testing signal generators
• Tuning musical instruments
• Measuring audio signals just outside human perception. As people age over 20 years, their aural perception range drops well below 21 kHz
Speccy has been used successfully to find gas leaks, test ultrasonic pest control equipment and has even used by EVP enthusiasts to try and detect ghosts! You can also learn about using spectrum analyzer's here.
The app could also help you get into a safe with a mechanical combination lock for which you have forgotten the code: With your device acoustically coupled to the safe's dial, turn the dial slowly, you can 'hear' when a tumbler drops in, because the spectrum of the sound will be very slightly different than turning one 'normal' tick (depending on the build quality of the safe). Using this technique you can detect when you hit a correct number and start dialling the other way.
Please only do this with a safe or combination lock you own - we accept no liability for misuse. If you'd like to help contribute translations in your language, see the github repo here: https://github.com/spikything/speccy/tree/master/source/assets/xml
So guess Kawaii Future Bass is a thing?
The videos that this guy makes is never of music that interests me but he has done a real good job in making tutorials showing the basis of a lot of popular EDM and big props go out to Preddy!!!
If not seen his tutorials before and are a fan of more popular dance music it is a good idea to go to his YouTube channel. Think all of the tutorials also comes with downloadable files to study closer...
Me, focusing on never getting music finished in the endless pursuit of finding my own way, over thinking and twisting my mind into agony just to get a note down...
Close my ears and eyes to such frivolities as tutorials that can speed up the process and a finished track.
For years and years working on my own deep and dark requiem that can be played at my funeral with a magnificent gathering of three visitors that stumble in by accident,
there they are standing in confusion listening to my Magnum Opus from a mobile phone that the caretaker holds up,
but turns off after all three leave around twenty seconds in,
as they are there to repair some stonework by the stairs.
Yapps working against the popularity to die in obscurity is my goal!
So it is not written in the stars that I Frank Malm will ever compose such a music going under the label Kawaii Future Bass...
So it is not totally clear in this short video but it demonstrates how it is possible to play samples or sample instruments with pitch and expression which is great!
Yes in the Review that Robin wrote a short while back (under the header, reviews) he mentioned that it is also possible in SunVox but as can be seen in the video it is not as easy as in Stagelight.
And I agree with him that Stagelight could have sold the sampler with this function seperately for the same price as the whole app!
The app is available for testing with limited capablities if this seems interesting.
Brian Eno is someone that is interesting as a person and also credited with being the originator of Ambient music did one app/music release called Bloom in the early days of mobile apps but alas only for iOS which hurt...
But now there is a improved and expanded and we have Bloom:10 and it sounds promising.
The video is good to hear what the creators have to say about this.
Brian Eno and Peter Chilvers are pleased to announce Bloom: 10 Worlds – a developed, augmented and expanded new edition of 2008’s game-changing original Bloom app, which explored uncharted territory in the realm of applications and was dubbed “The First Great iPhone App” by Gizmodo.
Requiring no musical or technical ability, the egalitarian and user-friendly Bloom app enabled anyone of any age to create music, simply by touching the screen. Part instrument, part composition and part artwork, Bloom’s innovative controls allowed users to create elaborate patterns and unique melodies by simply tapping the screen. A generative music player took over when Bloom was left idle, creating an infinite selection of compositions and their accompanying visualisations.
Bloom: 10 Worlds is a reimagining of the original – not simply a remaster. If the original Bloom was a single, then this would be an album. The widely broadened palette of sounds and images can be experienced via 10 new ‘worlds’, each exploring a new direction for Bloom. The first world the user encounters is an echo of the original app, with circles appearing where the user taps, while the later worlds each introduce new combinations of sounds, shapes, colours and rules of behaviour.
Please Note: At present an audio issue exclusive to the Google Pixel has prevented us releasing on those devices. We apologise for any disappointment, and hope to resolve the issue in future.
Praise for Bloom: 10 Worlds
"Few apps are truly iconic. Bloom was, and now its story lives on in this impressive and necessary follow-up." Stuff TV
Praise for the original Bloom
“The very first iPhone apps were universally dull. And then Bloom came out. It was immediately obvious that something special was happening. The app was interesting on an artistic level – one that made you reconsider the relationship between technology and music. It raised the bar for musical iPhone apps.” Gizmodo
“Hypnotic and ludicrously addictive.” The Guardian
“A relaxing alternative to just about anything else you can do with an iPhone.” Wired
Brian Eno – musician, producer, visual artist, thinker and activist – first came to international prominence as a founding member of Roxy Music, and immediately followed with a series of critically-praised, pioneering and influential solo albums – including the soon-to-be-reissued Discreet Music, Music For Films, Music For Airports and On Land. His visionary production includes albums with David Bowie, Talking Heads, Devo, Laurie Anderson and Coldplay, whilst his long list of collaborations includes recordings with John Cale, David Byrne, Grace Jones and James Blake. Equally notable are his highly-acclaimed visual experiments with light and video, which have been exhibited all over the globe – from the Venice Biennale and the Marble Palace in St. Petersburg to Beijing’s Ritan Park and the sails of the Sydney Opera House.
Eno began collaborating with musician / software designer Peter Chilvers on Will Wright’s computer game Spore. Their shared interest in generative music rapidly lead to the development of a prototype for Bloom in 2008. In the intervening decade, they experimented further with the field, expanding their catalogue of apps with Trope, Scape and Reflection. In that time Chilvers has also acted as an engineer and technical advisor to Eno on a number of other projects. A series of multi-speaker installations around the world laid the groundwork for 2016’s The Ship, and they premiered Bloom: Open Space, a mixed reality installation in Amsterdam in 2018.
In addition to his work with Eno, Chilvers co-founded the Burning Shed label and online store, toured with Underworld’s Karl Hyde as keyboardist and musical director, and has recorded instrumental albums and collaborations with vocalist Tim Bowness.
This is not really a music app...But as there is a softspot in my heart for brutal metal and it is now for free/sale felt that it needed some attention.
It looks brutal but fret not if there is anguish watching blood shed as it is all pixelated gore.
Do not play much games (or not at all, my patience is lacking...) but think this will be experienced tonight...
A Heavy Metal game about retrieving the missing band-members from a brutal world of death, destruction and evil creatures. You must fight your way through 30 levels, beat the bosses, get weapon upgrades and die brutally many times.
Theme song from Novembers Doom
3 Boss fights
And a brutal soundtrack containing lots of Death Metal and Heavy Metal
All-new sample edit feature makes remixing more intuitive than ever before. Import tracks, regardless of their length, and edit them with great precision.
* Added: Detailed waveform. Pinch to zoom in/out.
* Added: In/out points with smooth fade-in/fade-out.
* Added: Snap to grid for perfect samples and loops.
* Added: Packs bundles are now available in the store.
* Improved: Packs store redesigned.
* Improved: Edit sample BPM.
This opens up a lot of possibilities to find tones easy...
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A short article that could be nice for any bass players reading this...
Just discovered this yesterday and just opened it quickly one time.
It looks nice and surely interesting to check out for anyone into chiptune music making.
It is in a tracker sequencer stylelee though, so be aware if being scared of heights and only used to horizontal piano rolls!
It is also for freeee and without anal probing also known as advertisement!
There is no information given except this:
Fake SID is a chiptune tracker that let's you create Commodore 64 music.
But it does not seem too hard to figure out with an hour or two of exploration.
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