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Mighty app on discount what more can a person ask for?
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OP-Utility is an Android application designed to accompany Teenage Engineering's OP-1 and OP-Z synthesizers.
The app features a versatile drum kit utility which allows you to create drum kit patches on the go from samples stored on your Android device. (Samples not included).
It also features a backup utility which streams the contents of your OP-1 or OP-Z directly into a zip archive. You can choose what folders you want in each backup (synth, drum, tape and album / bounces, config, projects and sample packs).
Currently only backing up is supported, restore functionality will be available in the future.
Please be aware that this app has been developed independently and has no affiliation with Teenage Engineering.
This is an interesting app as it is packed with with different instruments and many parameters. It is meant to be used in conjunction with the developers Hardware Oval (hangdrum) instrument.
It is for free and if you want a library of sounds with an easy to play interface...
(So do not see it on the Play Store... DO not know why. Have it installed since some time... So feel weird posting this but here I am posting it anyway if somebody finds it on the play Store or if somebody have made an APK of this free app to share).
Just saw this and went to the site and it looks neat and starts from scratch showing and explaining. Do not know how deep it goes but will take a deeper look tomorrow but great in either case!
To go and learn:
Will install it now...
A harpejji is a neat stringed instrument that has frets like a guitar but is finger tapped. The strings are tuned in whole steps so it is possible to quickly transpose a melody to a new key by maintaining its "shape". C notes are designated with a dot.
This app isn't meant to substitute the far superior real harpejjis but to give users a chance to learn and experiment with their unique chromatic layout.
Choose landscape (better) or portrait mode and number of frets (I prefer 6-8).
You can learn more about real harpejjis at https://www.marcodi.com
Some tips on how to play:
Good opportunity to grab one of the complete and exciting apps for Android for a good price!
Worth spending a little bit of money for some real flavors...
Here is what the developer said about the video:
Another jam with Dragon. Trying to use the effects together in this one. Got the band-pass filter doing some melodic stuff in the second half. Audio engine coded in Pure Data.
A nice write up that you can read here:
It looks... different and can seem over whelming but after further exploration there is a nice sounding synth and sequencer behind it all.
What makes it something special that is not available on any other app is that it is possible to link different parameters and values to tilts of the device! So perfect for live performance and recording.
Recommended for anyone using their device for music making.
Fang is a synth app based on motion modulated control through accelerometer information. Each parameter can be linked to different directions of motion. Contains presets, wav recording, a stepped arpeggiator with diatonic scale locking, a multi-pattern sequencer, wave shaping oscillators, resonant filter with envelope and pitch locking, and an effects rig (including formant filter, pitched delay, reverb, down-sample, bit reduction.) Can be played by non synthesists as well: load presets and control sound through motion. Capable of strange sonic textures, complex evolving arpeggios, or classic synth sounds.
Full guide and video quick-start at thiiird.com/fang-guide
Each control has five sub-controls associated with it. The top, largest control is the main control and changes the actual value. The four controls beneath determine how much that value is changed by moving in each of the four directions. For an easier time understanding the concept, the video walk-through might be of help.
Notes are generated with a sequencer and keyboard.
The sequencer works by moving a step at the rate specified. There are four patterns that can be played and edited independently.
The keyboard has a set of notes that can be played or buttons which hold notes. Held notes can be cut off by sequencer notes of the same pitch.
The arpeggiator receives notes from the sequencer and keyboard. Its rate is controlled by both synced time and ms that are added together. It has variable steps, step transpose and gate. The steps and timing can be reset periodically with the optional arp reset. There is optional diatonic scale locking as well, allowing you to select a root note and scale from major, dorian, phyrygian, lydian, mixolydian, minor, and locrian.
The synth's sounds are generated with five voices, each with two oscillators that modulate between triangle and saw.
Modulation is effected by an envelope. There is a pitch envelope that effects both oscillators. The oscillators are capable of fm (osc B modifying osc A.) Both oscillators can have their signals sent to the filter or directly to the amp envelope. A white noise signal can also be added to the filter or directly to the amp envelope.
The filter is a 4 pole resonant band-pass whose frequency can follow the pitch. It is also effected by its own ADSR envelope. The filtered and unfiltered signal is sent to a per voice down sample and per voice delay under synth menu. All voices are sent to an effect rig with a formant (vowel) filter, pitched delay, reverb, and bit reduction.
File permission is for presets and WAV recording
Really like this one and it is possible to go much deeper than suspected. Perfect for crafting small music videos. Promoted for children but can be used for anything and can import photos to move around etc...
A perfect storytelling tool and an animation app in your pocket. If you want to learn how to draw cartoons and become a filmmaker but have no time for professional tools, try this animation creator that is simple enough to be used even by kids.
Draw Cartoons is an animation editor that allows you to create your own movies. You don't need to draw every frame to get smooth motion. Instead, you draw keyframes only and intermediate frames are built automatically. Assign faces of your friends to characters, add voices, upload the movie on YouTube or Facebook and attain fame as an animation maker and a creative storyteller!
* Skeletal animation - characters are moved like dolls
* Every frame smoothly transforms to the next one
* Numerous built-in models
* Exporting animations as video and sharing
* Sound recording
* Items editor - a constructor for making your own character using drawing tools or importing existing drawings. How to draw a character? Just make a skeleton and paint each of its bone.
Another way to use the application is making comics about stickmans and famous people. Comic makers, this is a tool for you.
Curious if it works. Do have slight tinnitus since many years in one ear... and now being for
free ... why not.
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How to prove it's filtering out frequencies?
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One of my favorite apps have now gotten a bigger update since some time.
Was thinking about it like a month ago and at the same time was thinking what could be updated since the last update was so great.
But yes of course it was possible and the two things that makes me excited is that it is now midi connectible not only for controlling parameters but also for using as a synthesizer with a dedicated synthesizer menu and that it is possible to set it for a better rhythmic algorithm.
The synth engine is not only great for general textures being playable but it does keep in the right frequencies as well only playing the frequencies decided by the notes played and it can also be decided which length to be played looped in whatever way chosen.
Midi mapping must be fantastic for anyone wanting to use Virtual ANS in a live setting or for live recording.
Did not spend to much time with the new version yet but it seems to in general sound clearer and better than before.
Overall mighty nice...
But on a slightly sad note to get the new version having the older Virtual ANS it is not a free update and has to be purchased again.
Think that it is justified with the new capabilities.
Also have a feeling but do not know if it is possible to keep the older version working with the new update?
In either case the PC/Linux?MAC version is still free so it is possible to test the new functions before deciding if to buy it.
Will write a longer report on the new version in some days after spending some more time with it, specially using it as a synthesizer as it brings some new textures that is hard to get with hardware synthesizers or in software synths. Together with Spacecraft Granular (when it gets released) there is a big reason to use a mobile device for Hardware synthesists.
Virtual ANS is a software simulator of the unique Russian synthesizer ANS - photoelectronic musical instrument created by Evgeny Murzin from 1938 to 1958. The ANS made it possible to draw music in the form of a spectrogram (sonogram), without live instruments and performers. It was used by Stanislav Kreichi, Alfred Schnittke, Edward Artemiev and other Soviet composers in their experimental works. You can also hear the sound of the ANS in Andrei Tarkovsky's movies Solaris, The Mirror, Stalker.
The simulator extends the capabilities of the original instrument. Now it's a full-featured graphics editor where you can convert sound into an image, load and play pictures, draw microtonal/spectral music and create some unusual deep atmospheric sounds. This app is for everyone who loves experiments and is looking for something new.
* unlimited number of pure tone generators;
* powerful sonogram editor - you can draw the spectrum and play it at the same time;
* any sound (from a WAV file or a Microphone/Line-in) can be converted to image (sonogram) and vice versa;
* support for MIDI devices;
* polyphonic synth mode with MIDI mapping;
* supported file formats: WAV (only uncompressed PCM), PNG, JPEG, GIF.
* many new features compared to version 2.3; see the full list: http://warmplace.ru/soft/ans/changelog.txt
Homepage, user manual and versions for other systems:
Known solutions for some problems:
Older Version ideas etc:
One of the unsung apps that exists out there and it got updated recently again with Multitouch support and Sidechain compression. Did not mention the last update that also made it possible to control it with midi. Unfortunately not to play notes with it but it is great for direct manipulation and it is possible to control it with for example G/Stomper, This I have not tried yet and do not know how that works tough.
In either case this is one cool and multi faceted sample instrument with a shitload of effects and possibilities. Plus being able to record/load into four different channels (but pushing it fully a powerful device is needed).
Have written about this some times now but if you never saw thesse posts think it is always good to bring it up again...
- Sound design
- Experimental musical instrument
- An alternative to pre-recorded music.
- Four tracks
- Full control over the source sound
- Infinite options to shape the grain.
- LFOs and Envelope Followers
- Handmade effects
- Realtime Crossynthesis
- Time Stretching, Phase Vocoding
- Supports sound files of up to seven minutes length in any audio format
First use instructions:
1. Press POWER. Upper right power button turns on audio engine which is TURNED OFF on startup to save battery.
2. Press EJECT. Load a sound file.
3. Press PLAY.
Further instructions in the menu.
Recommended device specifications:
- 64bit CPU
- 2GB+ RAM
- Android 8.1+
Not recommended for low end devices.
* Press a Chord key on left hand side and strum strings on right
* Hold Chord button ten seconds to reprogram chord button
* Hold strings 10 seconds to choose new sample .mp3 or .wav file (sample should be tuned to C)
* Chords are "sticky" so you don't have to hold a chord to continue to strum it
MuseLead is a multi-touch synthesizer performance surface to play music. It's a musical instrument that simulates the electric guitar. It has an interface similar to the IOS instrument GeoShred.
With MuseLead, you can play solos and achieve guitar sounds such as continuous bends, sweepings, shredding, tappings and more..
You can edit presets with a complete list of guitar pedals to achieve original tones.
In addition to that you can select a preset with a synthesizer interface and play around with the knobs to create unique sounds.
MuseLead can also act as a midi controller that can be used with other midi software (Available for Android 6.0 and higher).
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Musical android You can do it! It will feel amazing afterwards!!!