Gorgeous Reactable Music Sequencer Now Available For iPad

And You Save About €9.700      03/10/10

Reactable has released a version of its pioneering tangible music sequencer for iOS, Reactable mobile.

The sequencer has been available for a couple of years, but to a limited audience because of its €9.700 price tag. 

Reactable mobile fuses concepts of modular synthesis, sampling, digital audio effects, DJing, and combines them with modern human computer interaction and multi-touch technology.

Features:

  • A set of generator objects:
    • loop players, with possibility to upload your own loops,
    • synthesizers, with a large range of instruments to select from,
    • oscillators, to synthesise pure and complex tones,
    • input, to get audio directly from the device’s microphone.
  • A set of effects to modify generated sounds:
    • wave shapers: distortion, compression, and resampling,
    • delays: reverb, feedback, and ping-pong,
    • modulators: ring modulation, chorus, and flanger,
    • filters: low pass, high pass, and band pass.
  • A set of controller objects to modify other objects parameters:
    • sequencers, with step-by-step, matrix, or random modes,
    • low frequency oscillators (LFO), with different waveforms,
    • accelerometer, to fetch data from the movement of the device.
  • A set of global objects to modify the settings of the entire table:
    • tempo, to change the speed of the table,
    • volume, to lower or increase the loudness,
    • tonalizer, to change the harmony of the melody.

Pricing and Availability

Reactable Mobile is available now for US $9.99. 

Link:

James Lewin
Twitter @podcasting_news

More From: REACTABLE
Even more news...

 



More Videos

Sonic LAB Extra: Softube Modular - Sounds and ROLI Module 


Sonic LAB Preview: Behringer DeepMind 12 What Do You Want To Know? 

Lets have your questions..


Sonic LAB: Modal Craft Synth Review 

Budget DIY Mono is how much?


Sonic LAB: Pittsburgh Modular Lifeforms SV-1 Blackbox Review 

Compact, desktop, analog, semi-modular - whats not to like?