To read it go here:
A history lesson by Android authority.
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There is just some hours left and just saw this...
It is aready funded...but if acting now it is possible to get in to the deal now.
Which is a little bit risky as it can be nice to wait for some reviews first?
Looks very interesting for guitarplayers and is meant to work for Android as well.
Liked that to get an acoustic guitar with the device built in plus app and sounds which did not go for more than 200 euros.
But a lot of other options as well including modifying your own guitar (electric and steel string acoustic).
To read more about it go here:
Ether synthesizer a very nice instrument for free with no publicity.
Made in Csound...
Recommended download to try out as it sounds better than in this video...
Ambient Online is a very good source for Ambient musicians and they have a yearly compilation of music made, so if composing in the genre go here and read all about it:
As it is possible to use Csound for Android thought that this was interesting!
Here is what the creator said:
Kickblast is a little tool I built for quickly generating electronic kick drums. It will create a variety of sounds from classic 909-esque sustained basses, to modular and even acoustic sounding kick drums. You can define the parameters and how many kicks you wish to generate. It also has offline rendering capabilities so you can instantly populate a folder full of 17 billion* kick drums if you like.
* if you attempt this quantity, please let me know how it works out
To read more and find download links etc go here:
Of course it comes with some other stuff as well:
WHAT'S NEW* SuperSaw Synth (free).
* Improved Automation Clip editor
* 10 new 'Bass Drum ...' kick samples
* Guitars Expansion Pack ($1.99)
* Voices Expansion Pack ($1.99)
* DirectWave notes correctly muted when project is looping
* Bugfixes & stability improvements
So good that this is getting updated even if I never used it...
Hoping that someone that have used it is reading this and want to share their experience!
Either in the comments or sending me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAT'S NEWCsound for Android now runs on 64 bit devices as well as 32 bits. Ableton Link is not included for 64 bits. Users choose either the proven OpenSLES driver, or Google's new low-latency Oboe driver. Oboe does not yet support audio input. Lower latency requires Android Oreo or later. Corrected linefeed bug. This release is based on the Csound 6.10.0 release. For details, see https://github.com/csound/csound/releases/tag/6.10.0.
Csound is an open source user-programmable software sound synthesizer of great power, originally created by Barry Vercoe at MIT in 1984. Users write instrument definitions in Csound's orchestra language to render notes written in Csound's score language, played on a MIDI controller, or generated within the orchestra or by some other programming language.
Csound contains a full complement of digital oscillators, samplers, filters, envelope generators, random number generators, physical models, sound granulators, phase vocoders, and other unit generators contributed for over 30 years by a community of musicians, programmers, and researchers from around the world.
The app was originally written by Victor Lazzarini and Steven Yi, and has been extended and is currently maintained by Michael Gogins.
This release runs only on Android 5.0 or later.
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