So this was only available for Soundcamp before and it is a advanced synthesizer but with it's normal price a little bit more pricey than what people are used to, but if you are looking for a new synthesizer think that it is worth it for sure at this price point (7.99) plus if you have Soundcamp it can be used for more serious sequencing etc.
Did get it myself and did not really have to play with it much time, but must say for programming a small screen it is a little fiddly but should be fine on a bigger screen (waiting for a new tablet so this will be fun to dig a little bit deeper into!)
For anyone that likes tweakable drum machines and noise it is hard to find something as effective as this on Android...
So they have released a whole bunch of tutorials and there is some differences with the Android version but have big feeling that if going through them all someone will be fully educated in the ways of this mobile DAW.
Do not know how well this works and the app is still in Beta but it if it works good this mighty cool.
To read more about the controllers:
To read about how to hook it up with G-Stomper app:4
About the Contest
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2nd – 4th: 100USD each
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How to make the sounds for The Man With The Red Face - Laurent Garnier in DRC Polyphonic Synthesizer
QiBrd is a interesting synthesizer that works a little bit differently.
It comes with a decent amount of presets and using parameters specific for each preset.
It is for free and it is a nice little thing to have if recording into something else.
QiBrd free synthesizer allows to unleash your potential even if you don't know how to play a musical instrument.
This synth is not only free, it also has got no ads! Why? Just because I made it for myself and I use it!
QiBrd synthesizer has been designed to:
+ be powerful and controllable without exposing the synth engine
+ have the most possible controls on screen
+ assign the most possible dramatic timbral change to each control
+ show an easy interface to make the sounds evolve and change even with one single hand.
We wanted the most expressive electronic synthesizer that we could ever program.
We followed this idea while creating this musical instrument, avoiding all what can be difficult or tricky, like complex sound generation parameters. Instead, we included all what appeared to have a direct and immediate impact on the sound timbre and evolution. That's the idea behind QiBrd synth.
It has become a very powerful and yet incredibly easy synthesizer, with virtual analog synth sounds, vintage timbres, electronic techno and trance sounds, and even a small drum machine.
The free 19 included sounds use multiple synthesis techniques and span from progressive rock to modern techno, from melodic to noisy, from classic to contemporary, from vintage to trance. They all share two main characteristic:
+ they can be controlled to evolve and change
+ they are easy.
Indeed, every patch is associated to a scale and to the controllers that are exactly aimed to work with that particular sound, so that every touch you make will change something in timbre or in pitch of your synth, yet keeping it always in tune.
Artists that used QiBrd live:
- Jus Primae Noctis
- Brian Redfern
- Alobar Music
- Fra Raf
- Juan Ignacio Rocco
Add your name here!
Stay tuned for more sounds!
QiBrd is based on the fabulous free library CSound for Android. I will never thank enough the guys behind that project.
Please explore it here: http://csound.github.io/
Great news for everybody that likes things connected and funky!
This can help you put a smile on your face.
Link to MIDI Bridge creates a virtual bridge between your Ableton Link Session and musical devices that support MIDI Clock Synchronization.
Easy to use:
1. Join a Link session (WiFi required)
2. Hookup your MIDI device/interface
3. Enjoy your now Link-enabled MIDI device
MIDI Start quantization (1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 1 - 32beats)
Stable MIDI Clock
Latency compensation (+/-300ms) to perfectly align the playback of the receiving MIDI device
Android 4.2.x+: USB (host)
Android 6.x+: USB (host+peripheral) + Bluetooth LE (host)
Link to MIDI Bridge is recommended for use with hardware MIDI devices, hooked up either directly over USB MIDI or in use of a USB MIDI to DIN interface.
It is technically possible to synchronize other apps over MIDI clock, but it's not recommended because of timing inaccuracies.
Also, MIDI over Bluetooth LE is technically possible, but it's not recommended because of timing inaccuracies in the BLE transmission.
If you have any issues, please report/ask in the Support Forum at: http://www.planet-h.com/gstomperbb/
Minimum device specs:
1200 MHz dual-core CPU
800 * 480 screen resolution
Recommended device specs:
Android 7.x or higher
1500 MHz quad-core or faster CPU
1280 * 720 or higher screen resolution
Bluetooth: MIDI over BLE
Internet: Google/Firebase Analytics
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