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Postby phantasmagorovich » Sat Mar 02, 2013 7:15 am

In case you guys aren't following the noise board thread, this thing is AWESOME:

https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/bitwiz- ... 46655?mt=8

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Re: sweet ipad apps and accesories i should buy

Postby MannequinRaces » Sat Mar 09, 2013 1:10 pm

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voice synth is an interesting app! noob ? :

How do you connect an external mic to the ipad? assuming that I use a XLR to 1/4" cable ( currently feeding vox to a verbzilla)....

Sorry I missed this question earlier. :facepalm: If you are using a condenser mic that requires phantom power you're going to need something more robust but if you use a regular dynamic mic (no need for phantom power) than something like an iRig or Apogee Jam would work.
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Re: sweet ipad apps and accesories i should buy

Postby MannequinRaces » Sun Mar 17, 2013 12:36 am

Pretty cool app that just got Audiobus support called WerkBench:

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Re: sweet ipad apps and accesories i should buy

Postby behndy » Sun Mar 17, 2013 4:16 am

oog. with an IO Dock? 'pad is USEFUL. i've been having butt tons of fun with this setup -

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Re: sweet ipad apps and accesories i should buy

Postby Disarm D'arcy » Sun Mar 17, 2013 7:47 am

phantasmagorovich wrote:In case you guys aren't following the noise board thread, this thing is AWESOME:

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Re: sweet ipad apps and accesories i should buy

Postby MannequinRaces » Sun Mar 17, 2013 5:38 pm

Sweet setup Behndy! I'm waiting for the release of this http://www.iconnectivity.com/iConnectMIDI2plus then I'll start recording into my DAW.
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Re: sweet ipad apps and accesories i should buy

Postby behndy » Sun Mar 17, 2013 6:14 pm

thanks homie! shit's been a BLAST. it's all the stuff i love about softsynths in a super intuitive and useful interface. really impressed with what the 'pad's turning into, music wise.

ooooo! that midi interface looks NEAT. seems like it might be better for home DAW work than live stuff though? i waited until there was a few options for interfaces. the Dock impresses me because it's a place to safely put the 'pad as well as a bunch of good output/input options. makes sense to me for a board style semi permanent setup?

wish it had a powered usb for a usb midi controller tho. that would help buncha.
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Re: sweet ipad apps and accesories i should buy

Postby ryan summit » Sun Mar 17, 2013 9:47 pm

the alesis dock doesnt have usb port?
i didnt think about it
but now that you mention it seems it should
or maybe not
either way they should make that happen
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Re: sweet ipad apps and accesories i should buy

Postby behndy » Sun Mar 17, 2013 9:50 pm

lol. yeah. it has a B side usb jack, but that just works for talking to a computer. an A side 'un, powered? so you could plug in a usb midi keyboard and only need to plug the Dock into an outlet? YESH PLEASE.
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Re: sweet ipad apps and accesories i should buy

Postby Ghost Hip » Sun Mar 17, 2013 9:50 pm

MannequinRaces wrote:Pretty cool app that just got Audiobus support called WerkBench:



Thats pretty impressive. I am also super pleased with how the ipad is becoming a big part of my creative work be it utilitarian or as an instrument. Its the bes.
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Re: sweet ipad apps and accesories i should buy

Postby ryan summit » Sun Mar 17, 2013 10:47 pm

yeah and charge your ipod off it too
i guess ya start gettin into
"just get a laptop ya cheap POS"
that werkbench is awesome
id definately be fartin into it though
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Re: sweet ipad apps and accesories i should buy

Postby MannequinRaces » Sun Mar 17, 2013 11:59 pm

ryan summit wrote:id definately be fartin into it though

You could make an album of fart sounds and nobody would know if you tweaked the samples enough! Just call the genre fart avant garde. Hey it rhymes, lol.

behndy wrote:thanks homie! shit's been a BLAST. it's all the stuff i love about softsynths in a super intuitive and useful interface. really impressed with what the 'pad's turning into, music wise.

ooooo! that midi interface looks NEAT. seems like it might be better for home DAW work than live stuff though? i waited until there was a few options for interfaces. the Dock impresses me because it's a place to safely put the 'pad as well as a bunch of good output/input options. makes sense to me for a board style semi permanent setup?

wish it had a powered usb for a usb midi controller tho. that would help buncha.

One thing I didn't like about the Alesis dock was that on some apps you gotta turn them sideways and stuff to access different parts of the app (which I think is horrible interface design choice). The iTrack solo I believe is usb bus powered but you gotta hook it up to a wall wart. The power has to come from somewhere. :idk:

Here's a synth app I'm looking at buying. Drawing in your own wavetables = neat-o!



And here's an app with a spectrum EQ, compressor, and limiter.

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Re: sweet ipad apps and accesories i should buy

Postby Ghost Hip » Sun Apr 14, 2013 12:28 am

Hey doods, just got the iO Dock from Alesis and wanted to show what the iPad can do as a recording platform. Not just for demos, rough or live takes, but for a full song. Drums are from the DM-1 Drum Machine app, recorded with Meteor. Only complaint is I accidentally hit the undo button a few times. :lol: I also used the ipad's built in microphone for vocals as my mics are back home. Anywho here it is. :thumb:

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Re: sweet ipad apps and accesories i should buy

Postby hiorgos » Sun Apr 14, 2013 5:34 am

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Re: sweet ipad apps and accesories i should buy

Postby hiorgos » Sun Apr 14, 2013 5:50 am

Is the iphone version just a single sequencer? I'm thinking part of the cool stuff on the video comes from playing both sequencers at the same time.
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