Always great with some sharing!
To get them go here:
So Sequential Vibes is sharing some presets that he made for the new synthesizer in Caustic 3.2.
Always great with some sharing!
To get them go here:
I guess it is not the whole week as it got announced yesterday but still six days left.
Have no idea what wobble house is but it makes me think about waffles and now I am hungry...
Well I found some mixes on the net and am now educating myself.
Here is what is said about the packs:
This brand new release from FunctionLoops.com and Planet-H.com brings a great selection of 100 Wobble House Samples in best 24bit quality and 8 ready-to-use Sound Sets to your G-Stomper Studio / G-Stomper Rhythm Sound library.
To get them go here:
You may have read about opening images in audio editors to glitch them out.
This article at Intelligent Machinery talks about how to use text editors and image editors to glitch out audio in different ways.
The same methods can of course be used in many image/text editors on Android to.
I did also have fun opening up non audio files in the SunVox sampler and got some interesting results out of it.
Yes it is almost going to be noise in one way or another but it can be useful and good for experimentation like slowing it down for example...
To read and listen:
So soon there is a need to pay for the web hosting and as usual I am totally broke!
Like having thirty euros for the next month to live on broke.
(Yes before getting addicted to art making consider a life in poverty young ones!)
So if there is any help you can send this way I appreciate it.
Guess this is good for any owner of this synthesizer app.
To get the patch book go here:
Do not know how many people are aware that there is a debate regarding tuning but there is a lot of arguments that says that to tune to 432hz is more harmonic. This not only musically but also said to harmonize your astral body and/or mental health.Have even seen videos claiming that Nazi germany decided on 440hz as the official frequency for tuning to disrupt us mentally and make us more prone to fear and anger.
Whatever your view is this video shows how easy it is to tune SunVox instruments to different frequencies. Remember that it is also possible to save the instruments for future use of course.
Also if you have nothing to do there is a big rabbit hole to go into through the internet regarding the subject...
Here is the information as provided by Stagelight developers:
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Caustic Guide is a complementary app to Caustic. Have not taken time to use the Beta but will soon have to as it is already Release candidate version 5 and soon released.
People that did try it though seem to be pretty excited about it.
Here is what the developer says about it on the Caustic Forum:
Caustic Guide can;
The benefits of this app once you understand it only compound how powerful Caustic itself can be with sequencing and arranging. Caustic Guide allows you to share library items with others and build your own library of anything you can imagine.
I have basically broken up Caustic's file format into tiny pieces and allow you to save and reload at will all of those components
If interested in trying out the app right now go here:
Have mentioned this through the years and did an interview with the developer some time ago.
It is for free with no ads and well worth checking out as it is one of the more complete apps for Android when it comes to music making.
I am mentioning it again as it had a small update and I am happy to see that it is getting some attention still from the developer.
If you are used to for example Caustic my guess is that you would not change to vuKNOB but it is well worth to have in either case as it has a brilliant and very fun arpeggiator that can use any scale and very easy to change in X-Y pad style. Plus direct recording built in to export later.
Thee same developer also have another app that makes it possible to connect other devices together for jamming with other people over wifi.
P.S as the project is open source (C or C++) and the developer want other people to be involved as well.
If interested go here:
Google Play info:
vuKNOB is a fully fledged musical sequencer studio for your smartphone, or tablet device! Designed for Expert Knob Twiddlers and Inspired by sound trackers of the past, vuKNOB takes music production in to the portable future.
- Select from a large number of machines for generating sounds and effects
- Load WAV sample files
- Low latency support ***
- Export sequence to MIDI
- Export to OGG (Requires NEON enabled CPU)
- Share your music through for example Soundcloud!
- Live arpeggio
- Pitch bend using accelerometer
- Twiddle with knobs on the go!
- Multiple users using companion app vuKNOBnet! Twiddle the knobs with your friends!
Machines include classics like the silverbox, and the DX7 FM Synthesizer! It also includes effects like reverb, compressor, delay, flanger, low pass filters, high pass filters, stereo separation and vocoder.
*** Low latency support is only available on devices that has implemented Googles low latency drivers, or devices supporting the Samsung Professional Audio API. Confirmed working are the latest Nexus series devices and Samsung Galaxy S6.
Music Maker Jam announced a contest where the idea is to take inspiration from a film and create piece of music.
To read more about it go here:
Feel that this app do not get the attention it deserves.
It is strange that there is not more than fifty people that paid for the full version!
It has grown significantly since it first came. Also in the beginning it was highly unstable now it is stable and have a lot of functions that makes for the possiblitiy of very deep sound manipulations.
There are somethings that are not so obvious if not taking some time with it,
but it is pretty easy and fun to use after just an hour or so.
So recommend this for anyone that are into sound manipulation and experiments.
Happy to see it being updated regularly now (specially as hardly nobody paid for it since it came out over three years ago) and am curious in what will be added to it in the future as it already have some unique features.
Google Play info:
Grainstorm is a Granular Synthesizer/ Phase Vocoder with Crossynthesis functionality.
It can be used as/for:
- Sound design
- A standalone experimental musical instrument
- Ultralightweight design
- Four audio tracks
- Crossynthesis: Filtering output of one track by output of another track on a per grain basis.
- Cascading multiple tracks by the above mentioned effect.
- Spectral phase vocoder effects. (Only a few, simple ones right now. Probably more in the future.)
- Source files of up to seven minutes length in many different audio formats supported.
- Audiosource can be zoomed in and out until one audioframe per pixel is displayed to determine the exact position from where the grain is to be synthesized.
First use instructions:
1. Connect device to fat amp.
2. Choose input either directly recorded by pressing microphonebutton or prerecorded audiofile by pressing ejectbutton. (Audiofile loading requires unlocker.)
3. Move marker on the right side of waveform to determine playbackposition.
4. Press playbutton. Should playback sound in original form.
5. Enter settings by pressing the left sidepanel. To modify playbackspeed etc.
Please report bugs, opinions and suggestions to email@example.com
Note: On some devices audio clipping may occur or controls may not work.
• Added Mono option to the mix-down dialog
• Added 'Set punch in' and 'Set punch out' options to the markers menu
• Added 'Drum pads' to the MIDI input selection dialog to use drum pads for soundfonts from other vendors
• Added 'Remove' button to the top bar for effects with custom graphics
• Added MIDI channel filter option to the MIDI input selection dialog
• Paste using the paste button now pastes at the time marker
• Much more, see the release notes in the app!
G-Stomper Rhythm part of the excellent G-Stomper family is dedicated more to as you can guess the rhythm side of things but it loads samples as well, so of course it can be used as a very capable sampler, specially now with the new audio/editor recorder built in!
There is a free version with ads but here is the possiblitiy to get the Ad- free version courtesy of the developer.
So write to firstname.lastname@example.org and become the lucky owner of a G-Stomper Rhythm with pesky ads removed.
Google Play info:
G-Stomper Rhythm, the little brother of G-Stomper Studio, is a versatile Tool for Musicians and Beat Producers, designed to create your beats on the go. It's a feature packed, Step Sequencer based Drum Machine/Groovebox, a Sampler, a Track Grid Sequencer, 24 Drum Pads, an Effect Rack, a Master Section and a Line Mixer. Never lose a single beat again. Write it down and rock your own jam session wherever you are, and finally export it Track by Track or as Mixdown in Studio Quality up to 32bit 96kHz Stereo.
Whatever you are up to, practice your instrument, create beats for later use in the Studio, just jam and have fun, G-Stomper Rhythm has you covered. What are you waiting for, it's free, so let's rock!
• Drum Machine : Sample based Drum Machine/Step Sequencer, max 24 Tracks
• Sampler Track Grid : Grid based Multi Track Step Sequencer, max 24 Tracks
• Sampler Drum Pads : 24 Drum Pads for live playing
• Audio Editor : Graphical Sample Editor/Recorder
• Line Mixer : Mixer with up to 24 Channels (Parametric 3-band Equalizer + Insert Effects per Channel)
• Effect Rack : 3 chainable Effect Units (43 Effect Types)
• Master Section : 2 Sum Effect Units (39 Effect Types)
• Timing & Measure : Tempo, Swing Quantization, Time Signature, Measure
• Full round-trip MIDI integration (IN/OUT), Android 3.1+: USB (host), Android 6+: USB (host+peripheral) + Bluetooth (host)
• High Quality Audio Engine (32bit float DSP algorithms)
• Effect Types: 4 Compressor/Limiter types, 4 (8-Band) Vocoders, 7 Resonant Filters, Gate, Transient Shaper, Chorus/Flanger, 2 Phasers, Vibrato, Auto Panner, 5 Delays, 2 Reverbs, Pitch Shifter, Granulator, Stereo Enhancer, Exciter, Bottom Booster, Bit Crusher, Waveshaper, Distortion, 2 Overdrives, Saturation, Bender Distortion, 2 Equalizers
+ Side Chain Support, Tempo sync, Tempo synchable LFO's, Envelope Followers
• Per Track Multi-Filter
• Real-Time Sample Modulation
• User Sample Support: Uncompressed WAV or AIFF up to 64bit (any Samplerate)
• Tablet optimized, Portrait Mode for 5 inch and bigger screens
• Full Motion Sequencing/Automation Support
• Support for additional Content-Packs
• WAV File Export, 8..32bit up to 96kHz: Sum or Track by Track Export for later use in Ableton, FL or any Digital Audio Workstation of your choice
• Real-Time Audio Recording of your Live Sessions, 8..32bit up to 96kHz
• MIDI File Export: Pattern MIDI Export for later use in your favorite DAW or MIDI Sequencer
• SoundCloud Upload Integration
For more details, check out the Documentation at http://www.planet-h.com/documentation/
If you have any issues, please check the FAQs at http://www.planet-h.com/faq
For further support join the Support Forum at: http://www.planet-h.com/gstomperbb/
Minimum device specs:
1000 MHz dual-core cpu
800 * 480 screen resolution
Headphones or speakers
SoundCloud App installed (optional)
Storage read/write: load/save
Bluetooth: MIDI over BLE
Record Audio: Sample Recorder
There is an interesting forum thread on the Audiobus forum right now (that I read about on the Caustic forum) comparing Korg Gadget to Caustic.
Even though it is regarding iOS I wanted to bring it up as Caustic gets out as the winner even though it is being much cheaper.
Plus that Korg Gadget is releasing the app on MAC's now and it is crazy expensive- 200$ introductory price then 300$! Yes Caustic for PC costs...
It is also nice to read a lot of good points about Caustic and one thing that always sticks out is that the Caustic developer is only one person doing something that is comparable to what a giant coperation is working on.
To read the Audiobus Forum thread go here:
This is the Caustic Forum thread which is not too long now but a small discussion on what is being said in the Audiobus one:
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