Kyma Control App

New iPad app bundles four of the most popular Kyma controllers into one wireless multi-touch package      25/10/10

Kyma Control App


Symbolic Sound tell us that their new Kyma Control app for the iPad gives sound designers, musicians, and researchers a new wireless multi-touch controller for the Kyma/Paca(rana) sound design workstation. Here's all the details that they have sent us...
Features
'Kyma Control' bundles four of the most popular Kyma controller-types into one, wireless multi-touch package that includes:
  • An auto-mapped, labelled, bi-directional controller/display that mirrors Kyma's Virtual Control Surface. All of the controls you see on the computer screen are also available on the iPad screen, including the Preset selection and Roll-the-dice options.
  • A multi-touch pen/tablet-style controller, tracking as many as 11 fingers with identifying color trails to help you keep track of where your fingers are touching the screen.
  • A standard piano-style keyboard with discrete or continuous pitches and an extra dimension for !KeyTimbre control in Kyma.
  • A Tonnetz pitch-space keyboard with configurable vertical and horizontal intervals for experimenting with different pitch layouts.
  • Plus accelerometer and compass-heading controls. Accelerometers supply both triggers and continuous controls based on acceleration in the X, Y, and Z directions, along with controls corresponding to Pitch, Roll and Yaw. A compass heading control corresponds to the current direction of the iPad and is useful for panning and other directional controls.
Applications
For use in the studio, on stage, in a theatre or performance venue, in an installation, in the lab, at home, or in classroom, Kyma Control frees you from having to sit in front of your computer. Put yourself in the middle of the audience, inside the sound field, and perform your Sounds in an expressive, intuitive manner using multi-touch. Performers can have access to sound controls from the stage or in the recording studio, and voice talent can have access to a silent controller in the voice-over booth. In perception and speech experiments, subjects can use a wireless, silent controller with no mechanical parts, perfect for sound-isolation booths.
Requirements
  • Apple iPad
  • Symbolic Sound Kyma X.77 (or newer) running on Windows or Mac OS host computer
  • Symbolic Sound Paca(rana) Sound Computation Engine
  • WiFi connection to a network that is accessible to the Paca(rana) (OR contact Delora software (delora.com) for information on their PacaConnect application for creating an ad hoc network using the built-in Airport on a Macintosh)
Background on Kyma
Symbolic Sound's innovative Kyma X environment features a unique set of sound synthesis and processing algorithms and a powerful way to easily re-combine these algorithms to create sounds that have never been heard before.
Summary
The Kyma Control iPad app gives you expressive multi-touch control over Symbolic Sound's award-winning Kyma sound design software using a wireless hand-held device.
Background
Symbolic Sound ignited the software synthesis and effects revolution in the 1990s with the Capybara and reinvented the portable sound computation engine earlier last year with the introduction of the Paca and Pacarana. Symbolic Sound continues to lead the industry in innovation with its award-winning Kyma sound design environment, favored by sound designers for film, games, advertising, music production, and live performances.
Pricing and Availability:
Available now from the app store More information:

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