Sonic Touch - iPad Music Show Ep 6

Grain Science, TC11 - 2011 Top Five Apps      13/01/12

   QuickTime (MP4)  | iOS MP4
28:37 mins    

Hosts

Gaz Williams - Songsurgeon.co.uk
Nick Batt - editor sonicstate.com

Welcome to another episode of sonic TOUCH - the show dedicated to music creation on the touchscreen device. We are primarilly focussed for now on iOS devices - this may well change as other platforms become viable.

Circumstances dictated that this was shot remotely at the last minute so apologies for any loss in quality. We discuss what we might see at NAMM next week, our Top Five Apps from 2011, then Gaz takes a look at Grain Science synth and the esoteric TC11.



As ever, we look forward to your comments and suggestions.

Featured Apps:
SynthX £6.99
Thumbjam £4.99
Loopy £4.99
iKaossilator £13.99
Garageband £2.99
SoundPrism Pro £10.99
Animoog £6.99
NanoStudio £10.49
TouchOSC £2.99
SetList Organizer £1.99
Grain Science £6.99
TC11 £20.99

 

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7 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Atomic Shadow    Said...

The review of Grain Science was much appreciated. I was on the fence and certain that I didn't need another gimmicky iOS synth. Thanks guys!

13-Jan-12 08:58 AM


I Don't Like Music    Said...

Nick and Gaz: if you haven't already, check out Redmatica's GBSampleManager, a Mac program for managing, creating and editing instruments for the Simple Sampler in GarageBand Touch. The real draw to GBSM is the ability to transfer complete EXS24 instruments from Logic to your GarageBand Touch projects - GBSM turns GB's simple sampler into a multi-sampler sans filter. The software costs only $4.99 US and is available in The Mac App Store.

http://www.redmatica.com/Redmatica/GBSamplerManager.html

13-Jan-12 10:19 AM


I like IOS and MIDI    Said...

Also check out the MidiBridge app that allows you to use your "old" Akai SynthStation 25 and Line6 Midi Mobilizer v1 with CoreMidi apps...

13-Jan-12 10:30 AM


Ed A.    Said...

I don't know if you've reviewed this yet:

http://synthtronica.com/

14-Jan-12 04:19 AM


bigf00t    Said...

Great show. Regarding experimental interfaces nothing beats "the Movement I-V" app in my opinion. A kind of tape-loop controller.

14-Jan-12 11:21 AM


hexfix93    Said...

cool videos guys. going to promote you on my sites.

18-Jan-12 02:46 AM


Krakli    Said...

Any chance we could have these shows available as an RSS feed so that I could subscribe to the videos

27-Jan-12 05:53 AM


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