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HyperSynth updates XEditor to v1.1

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HyperSynth has released version 1.1 of XEditor, a software editor for controlling the Xenophone analog mono-synthesizer.

HyperSynth XEditor

XEditor is a freeware editor for advanced controlling over the Xenophone synthesizer in your DAW. XEditor offers remote access to all synth engine parameters via MIDI messages (CC and NRPN).

Changes in XEditor v1.1

  • Added new types for oscillator waveform and distortion.
  • Added loop indicator for Amp envelope and fixed hold indicator enable point.
  • Now “update edit buffer” does not refresh the hardware display.
  • Rename command is changed to match the hardware command format.
  • LFO rate default value is set to 1Hz.
  • Fixed problem in loading semitone value.
  • Fixed aftertouch wheel malfunction.
  • Fixed oscillator key-track issue that did not transmit correct data.

XEditor for Windows is a free download.

More information: HyperSynth / XEditor

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Conductr Ableton Live controller for iPad gets free version

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Patchworks has announced the release of a free version of Conductr, the Ableton Live controller app for iPad.

Patchworks Conductr

Conductr was launched in September 2013. During the last nine months, we’ve got an amazing feedback from both professional and amateur musicians — you can check some of their opinions about Conductr in our Artists portfolio. Reviewers, certified trainers and institutions like Point Blank and the Berklee College of Music have given us extremely positive feedback for our app.

This has motivated us to take a big leap forward: we want everybody to love Conductr as much as us and our supporters do.
So from now on, CONDUCTR IS A FREE APP.

From today, you can download a basic version of Conductr for free which will allow you to control 4 tracks and 11 scenes on any Ableton Live set. You can also create 2 user modules, each one can integrate up to 8 parameters from any device on any track of your set.

You can make in-app purchases for different premium modules and packs to get unlimited features and personalize Conductr based on your needs.

This update also includes a Sends Mode in the Mixer Module, a Mute Hiding button and the possibility to save your projects’ complete set-ups — features many of our early adopters demanded.

In upcoming weeks, new modules will be launched.

More information: Conductr

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Bitwig intros Community Controllers

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Bitwig has announced Community Controllers, a new section of its website dedicated to Bitwig Studio’s groundbreaking integration with virtually any hardware controller.

Bitwig Community Controllers

The Bitwig “Open Controller API,” an open-source platform makes this possible using JavaScript which allows anyone from hardware manufacturers to Bitwig Studio users to create, share, and collaborate on powerful controller scripts, for the best possible integration of controller hardware and Bitwig Studio.

Bitwig has also announced that its Bitwig Studio EDU License will be released on June 11th, 2014.

Whether you’re a student designing sounds for production or performance, an educator developing an inspiring course curriculum, or an administrator supplying the latest tools and workflow to ensure your institution remains competitive, Bitwig will offer support with a cost-effective solution for purchasing Bitwig Studio.

Bitwig Studio EDU Pricing details are as follows:
209 EUR, USD 289.99 (MSRP) 269.99 (MAP)

Additionally, the first major Bitwig Studio Update is on schedule to offer new features, continuing to eliminate the boundaries between your creativity and workflow. A release candidate is available to download.

More information: Bitwig

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TubeOhm releases Ambika-C MIDI controller for Ambika

TubeOhm has announced the release of Ambika-C, a MIDI controller plug-in for the Ambika synthesizer from Mutable Instruments.

TubeOhm Ambika-C

Ambika-C MIDI controller is a hybrid MIDI editor for Ambika. To make sound design easy they implemented a special random function to create sounds in seconds.

The Ambika-C controller contains six additional and external step sequencers.

Ambika-C features

  • All in one page with all valid parameters for the sound design.
  • All in one page for the sequencers.
  • Multi MIDI in.
  • Six step sequencer.
  • Each step sequencer it’s own MIDI in/out MIDI channel and BPM.
  • Sequencer sync to all button.
  • Random function for all selected parameters.
  • Modulations matrix.
  • Sequencer are usable with other synthesizer.

The plug-in is available for Windows (VST) for 29 EUR.

More information: TubeOhm / Ambika-C

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Feelyoursound updates XotoPad multi-touch app to v1.2

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Feelyoursound has announced the release of version 1.2.0 of XotoPad, the MIDI multitouch software for Windows.

Feelyoursound XotoPad

The app turns any Windows 8 computer with touchscreen into a flexible MIDI controller.

Changes XotoPad v1.2.0

  • Updated UI look.
  • Four new colours to choose from.
  • “Always on top” mode: Don’t lose the controller window in live situations.
  • “Transparent window” mode: Watch your DAW while you send MIDI events.
  • More screen space if needed: Press “X” on your keyboard to hide the settings/load/save-buttons.

XotoPad is available for purchase for 29 EUR / $39 USD.

More information: Feelyoursound / XotoPad

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IK Multimedia releases iRing

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IK Multimedia has announced the release of the iRing motion-tracking controller for iDevices.

IK Multimedia iRing
Originally presented at CES 2014, iRing is a wearable and affordable controller for iOS music apps and more. It allows touch-less parameter control via state-of-the-art motion-tracking technology.

iRing utilizes a wearable ring with identifiable markers, the mobile device’s front-facing camera, and advanced computer vision with highly-optimized recognition algorithms to determine the precise positioning of the ring markers. The device camera picks up the positioning of the ring patterns and the apps convert that information into music commands for dedicated app or MIDI information, which any compatible music app can read. This means that a user can operate up to six controllable music parameters in their preferred music apps with one or two hands gestures.

Also included are two free apps for music applications, which are intended for everyone from music lovers to DJs to seasoned musicians: iRing Music Maker and iRing FX/Controller.

iRing Music Maker is a free app designed to give music lovers and DJs a fun new way to create
 music and grooves using hand gestures, no matter what their skill level. iRing Music Maker
 utilizes music “loops” that always sound good together and can be remixed in virtually limitless
 combinations by simply waving the hands with the iRing controllers in front of the device’s 
camera. To learn more about iRing Music Maker, watch this video playlist.

iRing FX/Controller is the app for musicians and DJs that is both a real-time audio 
effects processor and a MIDI controller with fully assignable parameters. It can be used as a
 touch-less outboard audio effects processor, or can be fully configured to send multiple 
simultaneous MIDI parameters such as control changes, notes, or any other MIDI messages.

 To learn more about iRing Music Maker, watch this video playlist.

There is an SDK and a free licensing program available upon request for developers who want to integrate motion control into their apps.

The iRing is available for purchase in three colors (white, green and grey) for $24.99 USD / 19.99 EUR (ex. taxes). iRing FX/Controller and iRing Music Maker apps will be available as free downloads from the App Store.

More information: IK Multimedia / iRing

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Native Instruments launches “A Giant Beat for Mankind” sale

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Native Instruments has launched A Giant Beat for Mankind, a limited-time sales special to celebrate the 5th anniversary of Maschine.

A Giant Beat for Mankind
Until May 31, MASCHINE STUDIO, MASCHINE and MASCHINE MIKRO will each be available at a significant discount from their regular prices, both at retailers and at the NI Online Shop.

Launched in 2009, MASCHINE significantly changed computer based beat production by merging the playability and feel of hardware with the innovations and flexibility of software. In five years, MASCHINE has established itself as the premium groove production tool for producers across all genres. MASCHINE STUDIO, the latest addition to the product range, is NI’s new flagship groove production studio. It provides hardware controls for all key features in the latest MASCHINE 2 software, and these generous control options offer a particularly quick and intuitive workflow. Features include large, high-res color screens for viewing waveforms, patterns, scenes, and NI product visuals, plus a dedicated section for monitoring mixer and meter levels.

MASCHINE and MASCHINE MIKRO are now in their second hardware generation. MASCHINE features dedicated group buttons and a master push encoder. Most software functions are accessible directly from the hardware without any button shortcuts, offering users a fast way to capture ideas. Eight display knobs automatically map to key instrument parameters for on-the-fly tweaking and sound shaping. MASCHINE MIKRO is highly compact for use anywhere. MIKRO features the same responsive pads as MASCHINE STUDIO and MASCHINE. Intelligent keypad shortcuts mean users get full software access despite its small footprint.

All three hardware versions feature the same powerful software. Among the new features in MASCHINE 2 software are sidechaining, unlimited groups, a new library, and a set of sonically-outstanding drum synths that allow producers to quickly design their own drum sounds.

Until May 31st 2014 at 24:00 (CET), Maschine Studio is available for purchase for 799 USD/EUR (regular 999 USD/EUR), Maschine is 499 USD/EUR (regular 599 USD/EUR), and the Maschine Mikro is 299 USD/EUR (regular 349 USD/EUR).

More information: Native Instruments / A Giant Beat for Mankind

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