n-Track Software has announced the release of n-Track Tuner for Android devices.
Tune your guitar, bass or other instrument with n-Track Tuner. Just put your Android device next to your instrument and play each string, the tuner will automatically recognize the note you’re playing and tell you whether you need to lower (green bar) or increase (red bar) the string’s pitch.
The spectrum analyzer provides a visual feedback of the notes played by the instrument and shows a small arrow to highlight the harmonic whose pitch the tuner is tracking.
For those who prefer to manually tune their instrument the ‘Diapason’ view lets you play a reference tone, ‘A’ (440 hz) or any other note that you can select dragging the frequency slider.
Already available for iOS, the free Tuner app is now available on Google Play.
Quiztones founder Dan Comerchero has announced the release of an Android version of QuizTones, the popular ear training app.
Quiztones for Android is a frequency ear training app for amateur and professional audio engineers, producers, and musicians. Previously only available for Mac and iOS, it has helped countless musicians and audio professionals train their ears to instantly and intuitively recognize frequencies. This is useful when mixing, adjusting EQ settings, and identifying/eliminating feedback.
Audio professionals as well as amateur musicians spend a great deal of time analyzing frequencies, whether adjusting them for a good mix in the studio, or trying to get rid of feedback on stage. Ear training with Quiztones can make this a lot faster and easier by training the ear and eliminating trial and error methods of frequency identification such as sweeping.
Ever since Quiztones hit the market, Comerchero has been receiving requests to develop Quiztones for Android. “What can I say, the ‘when will Quiztones be available for Android’ emails just wore me down”, he jokes, and adds, “There were so many Android users asking for Quiztones, I literally had no other choice but to build it.” Now, Android users, too, can use the clever quizzes to engage in training exercises from sine waves and pink noise to real-world sounds like frequency-altered drums, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass and vocals.
Sharpen your ears & frequency recognition skills.
Improve your mixing and EQ chops.
Prevent noise and frequency buildup in your mixes & recordings.
Eliminate the need to sweep for frequencies.
Quizzes included in Quiztones Android version 1: Sine Waves, Pink Noise, Piano, Drums, Bass, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar.
The Android version of QuizTones is available on the Google Play Store at an introductory price of $1.99 USD.
Contained within are 7 full Beatbox kits (59 drum samples) and 49 PCMsynth presets.
All of the samples and sounds have been optimized or created especially for Caustic. The drum samples are punchy, tight and clear, perfect for most styles of electronic music. The PCMsynth presets include bass, lead, pad, and key sounds. All patches have been multi-sampled.
Be sure to also install all of the other Substance expansion packs for more Caustic content. Each pack is unique!
The sound pack is available to purchase for $1.25 USD. Requires Caustic 2 to be installed.
Audiovapor has released Substance Volume 3, an expansion pack of all new sounds and samples for Caustic 2.
Contained within are 7 full Beatbox kits (56 drum samples) and 41 PCMsynth presets. This is all new content, completely different than Substance Volume 1 and Volume 2.
All of the samples and sounds have been optimized or created especially for Caustic. The drum samples are punchy, tight and clear, perfect for most styles of hip hop and electronic music. The PCMsynth presets include bass, lead, pad, and key sounds. Most patches have been multi-sampled.
Substance Volume 3 for Caustic 2 is available to purchase for $1.25 USD.