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Intermorphic updates Mixtikl to v2.3, Generative Music System for Mobile, Tweeting, Web & Desktop

Intermorphic Mixtikl

Intermorphic has released version 2.3 of Mixtikl, a generative music system for mobile, tweeting, web & desktop.

Intermorphic Ltd today releases Mixtikl 2.3, the next major update to Mixtikl, featuring a new file format that makes it easier to create and tweet beguiling “mixtikls”, a new look UI and in-app store for a range of add-on content “Tiklpaks”.

The Intermorphic founders built upon the vector audio techniques they pioneered back in 2000 & 2001 (at SSEYO) where they found ways to deliver sounds in one SMS. They have continued this work and the new format lets users include custom customsound FX and mixes that reference content (generative music or audio loops) from any of the range of add-on Tiklpaks. The user’s mix can be exported as a URL for shortening by one of the popular URL shortening services and then included in a tweet. When the tweet link is selected on a iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with Mixtikl installed, Mixtikl will load and the mix play. When the tweet is selected on Windows or Mac PC with Mixtikl installed, the Mixtikl browser plugin will play the mix. Being able to tweet a mix means people can easily create, share and enjoy new mixes.

Mixtikl 2.3.0.31 for iPhone / iPad / iPod touch is already available in the Apple App Store. Mixtikl 2.3.0.36 for Mac & Windows desktop comprises a standalone version, VST and AU plugins for music sequencers, and a plugin for web browsers. The Mixtikl browser plugin allows “mixtikls” to be played in a webpage.

Mixtikl Mobile is available to purchase for $2.99 USD, Mixtikl Desktop for Windows and Mac is $29.99 USD and the Mixtikl Bundle (including soundpacks) is available for $34.99 USD.

More information: Intermorphic / Mixtikl

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Ohm Force unveils 6 new Ohm Studio videos

Ohm Force Ohm Studio

Ohm Force has released some new videos of Ohm Studio, the upcoming standalone real-time collaborative music making application (DAW/sequencer) in addition to a web based collaboration platform and a music driven online cohmunity.

Now it’s time for unveiling a number of features and aspects of Ohm Studio’s GUI: Not only did we turn on the respective tab on Ohm Studio’s site, but also put 6 new video teasers online. In each one of them you’ll be able to learn more about Ohm Studio’s refreshingly simple and efficient interface, built from the ground up.

Each video explains a little bit of Ohm Studio’s structure while showing concrete examples, talking about automation, modular routing, piano roll innovations, and much more besides. The GUI overall look/skin is still the Alpha Version’s one (we’re keeping the definitive Ohm Studio skin as a suprise for the Beta version) but the intuitive and highly versatile workflows – and their stunning smooth visual – are already there.

More information: Ohm Studio

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Ohm Force unveils Ohm Studio Live Demo

Ohm Force has unveiled its first live demo of Ohm Studio, a real-time collaborative music making application in addition to a web based collaboration platform and a music driven online Cohmunity.

Following the announcement of the Ohm Studio – a real-time collaborative DAW/sequencer – Ohm Force is unveiling today the first Ohm Studio live demo, showing some of Ohm Studio’s collaborative features in action. It’s a standalone application for Mac OS X and Windows (in the video the prototype runs on two MacBooks) that will allow musicians from around the world to produce/edit tracks together in real-time.

This video was made at the Ohm Force headquarters (Paris, France) while the Ohm Server is in USA (they use the AWS solution by Amazon). Both laptops were logged into the same Ohm Studio session. Notice that all actions done on one side were automatically synced to the other side.

As announced at the Ohm Studio’s website, Ohm Studio will be a full fledged DAW/sequencer and we’ll be progressively revealing its features at www.ohmstudio.com. This “amateur” live demo is the first of a series, new video content will be released during next weeks/months. Anyone interested on participating in the beta-test can still apply for it at Ohm Studio’s website.

More information: Ohm Force / Ohm Studio

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Intermorphic updates Noatikl to v1.6.0.5 and Mixtikl to v2.1.0.16

Intermorphic Noatikl

Intermorphic has released updates for its generative music tools for Windows and Mac, Noatikl and Mixtikl.

Noatikl is a powerful, easy to use generative music software tool that helps you come up with new music and song ideas – and your own generative music.

The open Mixtikl system uniquely lets you easily mix together generative “parts” with loops & sound FX to create your own custom mixes. Mixtikl 2 is already packed with power and yet is still young as a tool.

Changes in Noatikl v1.6.0.5

  • Fixed – Noatikl problems registering Noatikl VSTi (especially on Mac, probably Windows).

Changes in Mixtikl since v2.1.0.10

  • Intermittent crashes that occurred when loading new/open mixes (affected all platforms).
  • VSTi registration problem that might have affected Mixtikl.
  • Improved: Updated the Partikl “Most Recently Used” (MRU) file dialog (e.g. as used when launching Partikl) to tell user what to do if no items are in the MRU list.
  • Improved: Speeded up display of most dialogs.

More information: Intermorphic

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Ohm Force announces Ohm Studio

Ohm Force Ohm Studio

Ohm Force has announced Ohm Studio, a standalone real-time collaborative music making application (DAW/sequencer) in addition to a web based collaboration platform and a music driven online Cohmunity.

In 2000, a bunch of music geeks gathered around their computers, only to find themselves guided by a strange and mysterious power — the power of Ohm Force. It revealed to them the essence of audio processing which they used to create the now mythical Ohm plug-ins.

But they had a secret goal! This secret and long term task was to venture beyond the plug-in world and explore the other dimension of sound creation: those humanoid artists that play with computers. Thus Ohm Force, by the sweat and steel of its humble, sandwich-peddling warriors, has been laboring to conceive a new type of music workstation — one that will bring real time creative harmony to the world.

Yes, you read that right: Ohm Force is announcing the first real collaborative music workstation in the history of music production: the Ohm Studio — a project with which they aspire to redefine the meaning of online music collaboration. Yay.

Ohm Studio will feature real time collaborative MIDI/audio editing, envelopes, a piano roll, audio effects, virtual instruments, interface innovation, integrated web cohmunity, server based projects, undo/versioning and much more.

Ohm Studio is scheduled for release by the end of 2010, after a period of beta testing (starts Q3 2010).

More information: Ohm Studio

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Intermorphic updates Noatikl and Mixtikl (incl. 64bit)

Intermorphic Mixtikl 2

Intermorphic has released updates for Noatikl and Mixtikl, two generative music tools for Windows and Mac.

Both products now include native 64-bit standalone and plug-in versions for Windows and native 64-bit standalone versions for Mac OS X. Also, Noatikl is available for PPC Macs again.

Changes in Noatikl v1.6.0.3

  • Added-back support for PPC Mac OS 10.4.
  • Created 64-bit versions to complement the previous 32-bit versions, as noted below:
    • Standalone: Mac: 64-bit/32-bit Intel/PPC, Mac OS 10.4 or later.
    • Standalone: Windows: 64-bit/32-bit version installed appropriate to your operating system (Vista 64-bit/Windows 7 64-bit; XP/Vista 32-bit/Windows 7 32-bit).
    • Audio Unit: Mac: 32-bit Intel/PPC, Mac OS 10.4 or later.
    • VSTi: Mac: 32-bit Intel/PPC, Mac OS 10.4 or later.
    • VSTi: Windows: 64-bit/32-bit version installed appropriate to your operating system (Vista 64-bit/Windows 7 64-bit; XP/Vista 32-bit/Windows 7 32-bit).

Changes in Mixtikl v2.1.0.6

  • Improved: Updated Menu approach to make it MUCH easier to do the core things you want to do with Mixtikl, such as create a new mix, save a mix, import and export a mix, and share and copy files between Mixtikl desktop and Mixtikl for iPhone/iPod touch, etc. It should let you get into Mixtikl much more easily. More to come, too.
  • Improved: Partikl main screen to make it cleaner and clearer.
  • Fixed: File sharing on Vista/Windows 7 (both 32-bit and 64-bit).
  • Created 64-bit versions to complement the previous 32-bit versions, as noted below:
    • Standalone: Mac: 64-bit/32-bit Intel, Mac OS 10.4 or later.
    • Standalone: Windows: 64-bit/32-bit version installed appropriate to your operating system (Vista 64-bit/Windows 7 64-bit; XP/Vista 32-bit/Windows 7 32-bit).
    • Audio Unit: Mac: 32-bit Intel, Mac OS 10.4 or later.
    • VSTi: Mac: 32-bit Intel, Mac OS 10.4 or later.
    • VSTi: Windows: 64-bit/32-bit version installed appropriate to your operating system (Vista 64-bit/Windows 7 64-bit; XP/Vista 32-bit/Windows 7 32-bit).

More information: Intermorphic

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Intermorphic updates Noatikl to v1.5.1.2 and Mixtikl to v2.0.1.4

Intermorphic Mixtikl 2

Intermorphic has released version 1.5.1.2 of Noatikl and version 2.0.1.4 of Mixtikl, two generative music tools for Windows and Mac.

Changes in Noatikl v1.5.1.2

  • Re-introduced Noatikl “reset all column widths” menu item, that had gone missing from the menu.
  • Improved random number generator within the music engine.
  • Miscellaneous performance improvements and stability fixes to match the Noatikl engine embedded in Mixtikl.

Changes in Mixtikl v2.0.1.4

  • iPhone/iPod play through main speaker if headphones not plugged in (or headphones if headphones plugged in.).
  • Removed iPhone/iPod toolbar to make all screens display bigger; display OK/Cancel buttons in the FX etc. dialogs.
  • Improved random number generator (random mixes now far more random, embedded Noatikl engine improved for all randomly weighted decisions).
  • Fixed file sharing to/from Windows XP.
  • Mixer: top left panel displays “Menu…” or Cancel text.
  • Mixer: piece title in top right, overlaid with tooltip for a few seconds, removed the tap-hold messages.
  • Mixer: swap around Actions and EQ items in skin, and introduce “i” cell to replace the pan change cell item.
  • Mixer: pressing “i” in main menu, displays the “Mixtikl” YouTube tutorial forum.
  • Mixer: tap top left cell to toggle volume/pan display.
  • Mixer: Fixed bugs related to Randomize Column and Randomize Track macros.
  • In the Apps menu, renamed the “File Player” entry back to “Partikl”.

More information: Intermorphic

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