Casual Underground has released version 2.7 of its Loopseque Mini music app for iPhone.
Intergration with Audiobus and MIDI support allows to use Loopseque with hardware drum machines, synths and other iOS music apps.
Loopseque it’s a new music ecosystem which includes powerful sequencer, sampler, fx processor and record store with many beautiful releases from talented artists.
Playing Loopseque doesn’t require music education or any professional skills. An intuitive interface combined with inspiring sounds gives an opportunity to plunge into the world of music to everybody.
Loopseque serves as a catalyst for collective creativity both online and in real life. Here and now, any band can create its own music, easily and fun. Thanks to the social integration inside the app, all musicians can publish there records to the web and share projects with friends via e-mail.
Changes in Loopseque Mini v2.7
NEW EFFECTS SET:
Delay (two modes: stereo and ping-pong).
Filter (LP, HP and LFO).
Reverb (change size, wet/dry and dump).
Beat Repeater (reverse mode and manual quantize).
All FXs can be easily assigned to each of 4 channels, we call it one-button extra fast routing.
MIDI (iOS 6 or higher):
MIDI-out: Clock, Events, CC, Latency.
MIDI note for each circle: channel, velocity, root key.
Attack, Release, Start and Length for each note.
Chord maker presets.
Pad for X/Y parameters, slider and trigger buttons.
New BPM control.
New Tools popover.
Minor GUI improves.
Loopseque Mini is available to purchase for $0.99 USD.
Audiobus Pty Ltd, developers of the revolutionary Audiobus inter-app audio routing app for iPad and iPhone are today making the Audiobus SDK publicly available for all iOS developers. The public release comes after having reached over 100 compatible applications during the SDK’s closed beta.
After a three-month closed beta, the Audiobus Software Development Kit (SDK) is being made available to the public today. The SDK, which allows apps to support the Audiobus inter-app audio routing platform, has already been integrated into more than 100 apps including Animoog, Figure, BeatMaker 2, Auria, and KORG’s entire iOS app lineup. Over 1,000 additional developers have signed up to add Audiobus support to their apps.
The Audiobus SDK beta has already had an extremely positive response from developers. Alex Mathieu, developer of Glitchbreaks said, “It is a fantastic SDK to work with, and the people developing it are super helpful, and extremely responsive.”
Developers can get access to the Audiobus SDK, read the extensive documentation and communicate with other developers at the Audiobus Developer Center.
Neo-Soul Keys for iPad is specifically designed for professional gigging or live studio work. Gospel Musician’s goal was to build a professional app that could compete with any hardware synth and/or desktop audio electric piano solution.
Gospel Musicians is one of the first app developers to feature flash memory streaming using Apple CAF lossless format. Gospel Musicians worked directly with Apple’s engineers to refine this new custom feature in the iOS, which allows for larger samples to be streamed via the on-board flash memory.
Not having to rely solely on a limited amount system RAM resources allows for a more rich and expressive sample playback experience, which almost equals the experience of their desktop predecessor versions. In fact, all but the extended effects are featured in the iPad version. All mechanical effects, Spring Reverb, Chorus, and Vibrato are present.
The Neo-Soul Keys Suitcase electric piano for iPad.
Neo-Soul Keys for iPad features
1.25GB of Sample Memory (328.4MB Lossless Compression).
Up to 8-Velocity layers for sustain samples.
Realistic EP release that decays with time.
Dedicated Key-up and Key-down mechanical effects.
Pedal Up and Pedal Resonance noises react with sustain pedal messages.
Able to play app in the background.
Wi-Fi MIDI capable.
Ability to save and load presets.
Treble and Bass Boost.
Full Retina display.
Works with iPad 2 and higher.
Polyphony dependent upon processor, i.e. an iPad 4 can yield better polyphony than an iPad 2.
The app runs on a limited time basis, yet fully functional, free of cost. Each electric piano is available as an in-app purchase for the introductory price of $9.99 USD.