The review on iOS but being the same for Android outside of connecting with other apps.
Waki made a very nice album that got released earlier this year using SunVox.
I have done an interview with him that will be published this weekend but first it could be nice to post these videos that he made. He does them in japanese with subtitles and they are very nice as he have a very soothing voice and brings some insights to the table that may instigate some inspiration.
So there is two videos talking about modules and one regarding the album he made.
To finish off there is two sets of Techno using SunVox.
To read more go to:
Pay attention glitch addicts!
This video show a "secret" feature of SunVox. Before this website I did discover this and was very happy as I thought it was very cool (which it is) and have hunted more secret easter eggs ever since.
Robin that have been helping Musical Android out some times lately made me aware that Jasuto was now just about a Euro/Dollar (about two weeks ago and being full up mentally I thought that I mentioned it but alas no!). So this is definitevely one of the more interesting apps on Android for anyone that likes possibilities and depth.
My guess is that the price is lowered as the developer is indisposed for a indefinite time and so can not support the application. It seems that some people have problems with the microphone input for example but would say that even if there is some things that do not work properly it is totally worth it as even a fifth of what the app can do is worth much more.
So to try the new Beta you need FL Studio and sign up. Otherwise it is nice to see what is coming independent if you have FL Studio or not. And as said before it is going to be a free update so that is great news if your device can handle it.
To sign up:
These are two demos going through Imaginando DRC synth. They are not on Android but as it works the same on all platforms it is still valid. (With the exception of Ableton link that works on iOS...)
Saw this the other week and it is pretty nice. Unfortunately on my smaller screen it does not show properly but is still usable so that could be just my device or it is better to use a tablet for it. In either case have a lot of possibilities for sound design and is for free without publicity.
Welcome to Involve.
Involve is a monophonic synthesiser designed to be played as a real time instrument. With an emphasis on real time control using faders, this gives an advantage over the usual virtal knob in that where the device is touched is the control being adjusted. All of the parameters can be assigned to the accelerometer to utilise movement as a form of control.Multi module
Involve has been designed to be more than just a single synth, It is a collection of synth modules utilising common core code, ui and control. At present there are two modules, A single oscillator virtual analogue synth with delay, And Super Sawer, a 5 union oscillator with sub generator for them large phat sounds.
There are currently more modules under development. Being an open source project, we welcome suggestions and pull requests.
Update2 New Synth modules, Segment, and Mini Segment Synth
Controls now indicate if connected to the accelerometer
Double clicking on a accelerometer control, unbinds the control.
What the phuck I should not really post this but in these times when hate seem to be creepy crawling its way into a lot of peoples hearts hopefully this will give some people time to reflect and change to the better? It starts out as a piece of one scary dude but see it through to the end and see that it is much more universal knowledge being imparted than suspected. So please just watch it through...
So now there is a Beta available to use inside FL Studio as a plugin for anyone that own it.
The idea is that the projects that you make in Fl Studio Mobile are totally interchangeable with the plugin making the mobile app very desirable for FL Studio owners. Happy to report that the new version 3 are according to official sources going to be a free upgrade...
Here is what is said on their website about the Beta:
Welcome to the FL Studio Mobile 3 FL Studio Plugin.
You can now test the FL Studio FL Native version of FL Studio Mobile as a plugin. This is how we aim to allow users to work to and from the mobile version. In future we will enable 16-channel audio output from the plugin and allow drag-n-drop of MIDI / Audio data between the two.
The plan: The FL Studio Plugin version will be included Free to all FL Studio users of FL Studio Producer Edition (and up). As usual, we reserve the right to change these terms. So if you own FL Studio Mobile and register it to your IL account prior to a change-of-mind on our part, you will continue to own the FL Plugin version should we decide to sell it as an add-on purchase (for which we have no plan at the moment). Put simply: Everyone using producer edition and up, gets this plugin for free. Registering your mobile version to your IL account will guarantee it stays that way for you.
To get the Beta go here:
If following the KVR Forum someone have created an application to make some things easier.
It is not yet on Google Play but it is possible to download the APK from here for now and to read some more about the app:
A easy to set up drum machine for practice or to make some beats fast but without sacrificing the possibilities of variation.
Google Play info:
Drum machine / pattern programmer:Create and play drum patterns / loops with a fast, easy to use interface. 3 levels per strike, 'choking' hi hat and fine control over tempo, swing and shuffle for great feel and timing.
Minimal ads and no time limits or interruptions. 2 built in kits with more available as upgrades.
No need to stop and start, even when loading a new pattern or a new drum kit. Patterns are saved as you go and you can create as many new patterns as you like.
Support for 2 bar patterns and the following time signatures:
3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 7/8, 9/8, 12/8 (via 4/4 with 100% swing)
Not only does it show how to make a reese bass but it also shows how flexible SunVox really is!
Remember that all that he makes, in the end can be packed into one module...
This just proves my point that it is impossible to make well produced songs with Android!
Ha ha... Excellent work Skarabee!
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