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Another review of this multi platform advanced synthesizer...
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Love Virtual ANS and am a big fan of Mr Nigthradio but...
He did use Virtual ANS for some techno some time ago and like this it does not really work but the result are interesting in either case...
It is hard to get beats prominent with the synthesizing method used in Virtual ANS which is hindering any beat heavy music to be fully realized in a satsfactory manner...
But as there was some time since Virtual ANs got mentioned on this site and if you missed this app there is a big recommendation to check it out as it is one of the truly unique apps on the Playstore!
Here is what is said:
When we found our winners for the first round of contests in last month, we were so stoked at the incredible original tunes and talents we have on BandLab. Take it from us – it wasn’t easy picking the winners. You can listen to September’s winning entries here.
Watch this space for the best of October’s entries – we’ll be announcing the winners soon.
In the meantime, we’re kicking November off with two new contests. Why don’t you hit us with your best shot?
Contests This Month
Play nice and happy collaborating!
*Scroll down for full Terms and Conditions.
How we pick the winners
A judging panel from the BandLab team will select the winners.
The judges’ decision will be final — and will be based on plays and artistic merit so get creative and make sure to promote it to get others to listen!
You can enter as many times as you like with different tracks, so long as they are published for the first time during the competition period.
How do I win?
FYI: Your entry has to be published for the first time during the competition period. If you have a private track created before the entry period that you would like to submit, you can do so when you publish it – but unpublishing an older track and republishing it will not work. Editing an existing song’s description with the hashtag doesn’t count either!
Submissions don’t need to be created during the entry period, just published for the first time – so even if the contest hasn’t started yet, you can prepare your tracks now to make sure you have a head-start when the contest opens!
Contest Terms and Conditions
The #novembernoise and #hotcollabs Music Competition (the “Competition”) is organised by BandLab Singapore Pte Ltd.
Sequential Vibe / SpaceWave - Album of nicely done instrumental synthesizer tracks made 90% in Caustic
If there is a love for synthesizer tones this new album should be checked out as the music is top notch and of course extra interesting as being mostly made using Caustic.
Can imagine that a lot of the Modular in Caustic have been used...
Hope that the album garner more attention as it deserves it!
This can be fun for getting some unpredictable but good ideas going...
Got a serious Beatles Number nine vibe to some of the things.
The video by Soundtestroom are using the iOS version so some of the things shown are not of importance for the Android version.
Fluxly is a new type of sonic game, a musical physics looper.
Fluxly is a musical electronic sampling synthesizer where you create new instrument scenes by moving and spinning colorful Fluxum sound sample players. A built-in 2D physics engine brings a whole new approach to knob twiddling and sound making.
You can choose from a bank of built-in sound samples, or record your own samples and play them back in either direction at any speed. By touching two Fluxum and pushing them together you can link them into looping gear train machines. You can also enable movement and let the physics engine take over as the Fluxum bounce around the instrument for random sonic fun.
Recording can be done right in the app, and sample loops can be up to about 10 seconds long. You can also customize all of the sounds in Bank 1 by using filesharing features of your phone or tabley to upload any sound samples from your computer.
Fluxly was created by artist Shawn Wallace, who is also part of the Fluxama art collective that has created the apps Noisemusick and DR-OM. Fluxly is open source software and was built using openFrameworks, Box2d, libPd and Pure Data. See more at fluxly.com.
Do not want they are thinking... They really are the ones that can compete with iOS and Garageband but throw it all in the river... why?
My own reflections are that they hired the wrong people for the project.
This based on the low energy of the representative I spoke to when Soundcamp got started.
No energy at all.
There was bugs and when asked about them he just admitted it, which is nice showing honesty but not saying for example, yes but they will be fixed soon and here is our plan for the future etc.
The only publicity made and developed the last years have been for the least interesting part of Sound camp, that god damn looper crap.
This whole thing is phucked as it is now wthout bugs and even if some 3rd party developers abandoned the project (probably because Samsung themselves did not show any interest) there is some real cool things in there.
I like that it is possible to get Sugarbytes Unique synthesizer and WOW filter for free, which are both excellent. Plus some other interesting paid synths.
There is also a lot of other effects etc that is possible to download for free...
It is a pity that Samsung did not use more of their resources to develop their own apps and functions to a bigger degree as it is not like they do not have the resources to push the envelope!
So the good news are that Google is finally developed a low latency solution (Oboe) and that
n-Track Studio that have enough resources and experience are getting Audioroute going with interconnection between apps.
Both of these open for the whole eco system of Android, with the exception of older devices (and probably very cheap devices).
So even if Samsung threw away their oppurtunity to lead in Android audio there is a very exciting new year for Android music makers!
P.S Thanks to @davebelling on Twitter for making me aware of this...
Bandlab the collaborative app/program are getting more and more active and expanding...
After getting Sonar/Cakewalk that was going to be discontinued from Gibson, they have aquired the two magazines Music Tech and Guitar Magazine.
Anyway if missing the news that Cakewalk/Sonar went free it is big news and now there is two free professional DAW´s to look into. The other one being Tracktion 7.
The differences being workflow and that Tracktion is not actively developed.
To get Cakewalk it is necessary to sign up for Bandlab but it does not seem that they molest you with spam or other craziness.
It cost I think around 400 monies just some months ago!
And the last update is a pretty big one...
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