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Kymatica releases Sector v0.9 music app for iOS

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Kymatica has launched Sector, a stochastic sample slice sequencer for iPad.

Kymatica Sector

Slice and sequence your loops with a network of markov-chain connections. Introduce order with the probability-based coin-flipping pattern sequencer. Bend time with warp functions for glitches and modulations. Tweak and trigger in real time performance. Get anything between rigid control and random chaos.

Sector v0.9 features

  • High quality 32-bit audio engine.
  • Stream audio to other apps in Audiobus or Inter-App Audio.
  • Import samples and loops from AudioShare or using “Open in” from other apps.

The next update will feature MIDI clock sync and in-app recording and exporting of loops.

Sector for iPad is available to purchase for $6.99 USD.

More information: Kymatica / Sector

Soundsdivine releases MM+ synthesizer library for Kontakt

Soundsdivine has launched MM+, a virtual synthesizer library for Native Instruments Kontakt based on the Moog Memorymoog.

Soundsdivine MM+

MM+ features

  • 3 Oscillators.
  • 31 Waveforms.
  • 2 Filters.
  • 2 Aux Envelopes.
  • 1 Programmable Arpeggiator.
  • 3 Monophonic Pitch Sequencers.
  • 2 Additional Sequencers.
  • 25 Custom Impulse Responses.
  • 5 FX inc. Transient Shaper / Phaser / Delays & Reverb.
  • 6.97GB (compressed) samples from the Moog MemoryMoog.
  • 200+ Presets.

The sample library is available to purchase for 79 EUR incl. VAT.

More information: Soundsdivine / MM+

Heavyocity releases DM-307 – Modern Groove Designer for Kontakt

Heavyocity has released DM-307 – Modern Groove Designer, a Kontakt Player sample library.

Heavyocity DM-307
The DM-307 Modern Groove Designer for Kontakt and Kontakt Player.

Heavyocity’s DM-307 is a highly-stylized collection of modular synth drums, live percussion, and processed classic analog drum machines. With more than 3,600 unique sounds and loops housed in 1500+ presets, DM-307 introduces innovative ways to quickly and easily create production-ready beats in a variety of contemporary styles; including electronic, hip hop, industrial, ethnic and cinematic.

In addition to the kits and loops, DM-307 showcases 300+ signature multis, allowing users to tweak beats created by Heavyocity and some of today’s top DJ/producers: Kaiserdisco, Martin Eyerer, Mendo, Pirupa and Uner; and notable cinematic composers: Joe Trapanese, Jason Graves and Kevin Riepl.

The library is available to purchase for $299 USD. Owners of other Heavyocity products (or Komplete 8/9) can get a $20 USD discount through February 25th, 2014, by entering their registered serial at checkout.

More information: Heavyocity / DM-307 – Modern Groove Designer

WaveDNA updates Liquid Rhythm & Liquid Rhythm Intro to v1.3.1

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WaveDNA Liquid Rhythm

WaveDNA has released version 1.3.1 of Liquid Rhythm and Liquid Rhythm Intro, the MIDI sequencer and beat creation software for Windows and Mac.

We haven’t had an update to Liquid Rhythm in a while. Our release cycles are generally short, but the winter season has been very busy for us. Christmas was fun, NAMM was exciting, the snow… My goodness, so much snow. We’re finally releasing an update to our last major release.

It contains many bugfixes, a few enhancements to features, and most notably, the ability to control Liquid Rhythm using the Novation Launchpad S through the MaxForLive Clips Mode via Ableton Live.

We’ve had Launchpad support for standalone, and now we have support for Ableton Live users with the MaxForLive Clip mode for Liquid Rhythm. We’re also working on bringing MIDI scripting support to Ableton’s Push controller. This release features a beta version of that implementation – it’s a lot of fun! (Though we’re still ironing out the kinks.)

Details on what’s new in version 1.3.1 can be found here.

Liquid Rhythm is available to purchase for $129 USD/$49 USD (Intro).

More information: WaveDNA

Sonic Faction releases Dope Matrix for Ableton Live

Sonic Faction has announced Dope Matrix, a virtual synthesizer instrument for Ableton Live 9.

Sonic Faction Dope Matrix

Dope Matrix brings the modular experience into a digital world by combining famous analog oscillators with custom made effects modules.

Create your own patches to explore vast new dimensions of sound and design evolving textures for experimental sonic science. The instrument also includes a new Max for Live step sequencer that features a realtime matrix for hands-on control of your patch.

Instantly access any oscillator or effects parameter with a touch of a button. Dope Matrix allows you to intuitively interface with your sounds like never before.

Dope Matrix features

  • Virtual Modular Synthesizer for Live 9.
  • 4 famous analog oscillators: A-110, Plan B, Cwejman & Piston Honda.
  • 12 custom Effects Modules – vast new dimensions of sound.
  • Design evolving textures for experimental sonic science.
  • 100+ Presets included, optimized for Live’s browser.
  • Includes Max for Live Step Sequencer that features a realtime control Matrix for hands on control of your patch.

Dope Matrix for Live 9.1 is available to purchase for $40 USD.

More information: Sonic Faction / Dope Matrix

Fairly Confusing Waveforms releases Psychodrumma drum instrument for Kontakt

Fairly Confusing Waveforms has announced Psychodrumma, a free sample library for Native Instruments Kontakt.

Fairly Confusing Waveforms Psychodrumma
The Psychodrumma is a “machine for blinking lights and making noise”.

Psychodrumma is nonsensical drum machine for NI Kontakt 4, focused on creating random and randomly evolving rhythmic patterns. It is experimental sound device and although it could be used as a regular drum machine, it would be probably impractical.

It is build of nine modules, called pads, each can playback a sound from one of two banks of 100 samples each, each has separate sound control rack and its own simple sequencer. All sequencers are synchronized with host tempo, but can run at different relative speeds and their start points can be de-synchronized, so to say.

The fun feature of Psychodrumma is, that it can play by itself, all of pad’s settings can be randomized on user input, gradually or periodically. You can just tune settings, let it play and observe evolving waves of randomness.

The virtual instrument library for Kontakt includes 200 wav files (24bit/44kHz), and is available to download at no charge.

More information: Fairly Confusing Waveforms / Psychodrumma

Sinevibes updates Sequential to v2.2 & Sequential 3.0 announced

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Sinevibes Sequential

Sinevibes has announced the release of Sequential 2.2, an update for its multi-effect sequencer AudioUnit plugin for Mac.

The new version includes multiple enhancements such as revised color scheme for better daylight visibility, round matrix switch shape, and support for sandboxed host apps. Sequential 2.2 is a free update to all existing users.

Also, Sinevibes is happy to announce that Sequential 3.0 is in development. The all-new plugin will add 8 slider/matrix setups per preset, new effects such as flanger and resonator, and a completely new interface taking cues from Sequential for iPad. It is expected to be out in April this year.

Until Sequential 3.0 is released, Sequential can be purchased for a special reduced price of $29 USD (regular $49 USD). All users will receive Sequential 3.0 for free as an update.

More information: Sinevibes / Sequential

Image-Line updates FL Studio Mobile for Android to v1.3

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FL Studio Mobile for Android

Image-Line has announced version 1.3 of its FL Studio Mobile music app for Android.

FL Studio Mobile 1.3 for Android is now available from the Google Play Store. Version 1.3 is a free update for existing customers and introduces the online shop where you can download new instruments. There are two FREE instrument packs so you can try it out without spending a cent.

What about iOS vs Android feature-set convergence? We plan to add Audio Tracks and Wave Editor by April 2014 so stay tuned for further news on that in the FL Studio Mobile user forum. We will be calling for Beta Testers in the near future so to gain posting access to the forum use the SETUP tab and REGISTER button. Following that we will be moving to a completely new code-base merging FL Studio Mobile for iOS and Android, eliminating the feature-set differences. Of course, all these are free updates as usual. Thanks for your patience Android users.

FL Studio Mobile for Android is available to purchase for $19.55 USD.

More information: Image-Line / FL Studio Mobile