Leave the turntables and control vinyl at home (or at least have a viable backup). The clever engineers of Inklen have created a way for digital vinyl users to control systems such as Serato, Traktor, and Torq using an iPhone. Once connected to the line input of your DVS interface, Tonetable goes to work by … Read more
Producer, MC, and software developer Insight (Y Society) treats us to BeatSequencer BoomBap for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch. Designed for speed and simplicity, the drum sequencer features auto-quantizing, simple pattern creation, and kits modeled after 90’s styled Hip-Hop. Features: * A total of 85 super punchy kick drums * Crunchy snares, … Read more
As if we needed yet another reason to hate Auto-Tune and its sheepish following. T-Pain and Smule have teamed up to develop the I Am T-Pain iPhone app, which will allow users to record their own tweaked vocals over pop beats in a similar fashion to Antares Auto-Tune.
Developer Core Coders delivers another way to have a little sample fun with your iPhone. The $1.99 Music Sampler iPhone application features 8 note polyphonic voices, 32 Preset High Quality Samples, 16 User Recordable Memories, Polyphonic Keyboard, Key Hold, Advanced Jog Shuttle Wheel, and more. Head over to the App Store to have some fun.
Yet another way to for back pocket DJ’s to get their fix. The Records 001 app offers virtual needle drops, semi-realistic backspinning, and even flips to the b-side by turning the phone over. Grab it for $1.99 over in the App Store or visit developer Delaware for more info. [via Dvice]
Here’s another option for those wishing to step up their mobile recording setup. Offered at the introductary price of $9.99, FourTrack by Somoma Wireworks offers 44.1 khz CD-Quality recording along with WiFi file transfer to desktop comps. [Sonoma via Wired]
With the multitude of iPhone synths, keyboards, and other instruments… software developer Smule delivers Ocarina, a wind instrument capable of being played by blowing into the iPhone speaker. The .99 cent goodness never ends.
I know that I vowed to keep personal politics and gossip away from here as much as possible, but this needs to be seen. Please view and pass along to someone still considering who to cast their vote for. [via Lessig]
I don’t know if anyone has noticed from the decreasing amount of posts this week, but I’ve been a little tired of writing about Hip-Hop. Not that all the interviews and equipment releases haven’t been interesting, it’s just that I’m feeling the need to indulge the inner technophile and play with something other than samplers … Read more
Continuing the recent flood of mobile music applications is the yet to be released Mixtikl created by Intermorphic. Although we only have screenshots at the moment, Mixtikl promises to not only be a robust mobile music application, but also a full plugin and standalone desktop app for both Windows and Mac OS X. At launch … Read more