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IK brings us a free version of Syntronik CS

Delivered... Ashley Elsdon | Scene | Sun 10 Jun 2018 11:33 pm

Syntronik is IK’s cutting-edge synthesizer that features the sound of the most iconic machines to ever grace the planet. Now you can try it out for free, which will hopefully open up the app to lots more users.

Syntronik has 22 powerful virtual synths recreating the legendary sonic signature of 44 of the most sought-after classic analog synthesizers and string machines ever created, recognizable by their elegantly designed, easy-to-navigate interfaces.

Thanks to IK’s exclusive DRIFT™ technology, which emulates the way real analog circuits behave over time, the astounding circuit-modeled filters and the multi-sampled oscillators, Syntronik is the most authentic sounding analog virtual synthesizer to date and is the one-stop solution for musicians, discerning producers and synth aficionados demanding utmost sound quality and extreme playability both live and in the studio.

Our team of developers and sound designers worked relentlessly to capture each machine’s “DNA” for the most realistic and flexible instruments possible that maintain the real character of the originals while extending their creative potential even further.

Syntronik offers Multis with 4 parts. Each part has its own synth, dynamic arpeggiator and a dedicated 5-slot effect section for unprecedented sound design flexibility, allowing for highly sophisticated sonic palettes.

Start exploring the world of Syntronik, trigger your inspiration right from the start with 7 presets from 4 select Synths of the collection – Blau, Minimod, Pro-V and V-80 – for immediate ear bliss and pure analog flavor.

Features:

  • An expandable collection of up to 22 virtual synths providing the iconic, timeless sound of 44 legendary machines: (Moog Memorymoog, EMS VCS3, Korg Mono/Poly, Korg Polysix, Roland SH-5, Roland SH-2, Alesis Andromeda, ARP 2600, ARP String Ensemble Solina, Elka, Rhapsody 490, Hohner String Performer, Micromoog, Minimoog Model D, Modular Moog, Moog Opus 3, Moog Prodigy, Moog Rogue, Moog Taurus I, Moog Taurus II, Moog Taurus 3, Moog Voyager, Multimoog, Oberheim OB-X, Oberheim OB-Xa, Oberheim SEM, Polymoog, PPG Wave 2.3, Realistic Concertmate MG-1, Roland Juno-60, Roland Jupiter-4, Roland Jupiter-6, Roland Jupiter-8, Roland JX-10, Roland JX-3P, Roland JX-8P, Roland RS-09 Organ/Strings, Roland RS-505 Paraphonic, Roland TB-303 Bassline, Sequential Circuits Prophet-10, Sequential Circuits Prophet-5, Yamaha CS-01II, Yamaha CS-80, Yamaha GX-1, Yamaha SY99)
  • Dynamic arpeggiators: create complex and compelling rhythmic lines
  • Multis: combine instruments, easily define ranges, split points, FX and sequences for never-heard-before sounds
  • 37 astounding effects: (Black 76, White 2A, Model 670, Parametric EQ, Vintage EQ-1A, Channel Strip, Crusher, Overdrive, Overscream, Lo-Fi, Phonograph, AM Modulation, Ensemble Chorus, Chorus C1, Electric Flanger, FM Modulation, Opto Tremolo, Phaser, Rotary Speaker, Small Phazer, Uni-V, AutoPan, Slicer, LFO Filter, Env Filter, Wah, Multi Filter, Digital Reverb, Digital Delay, Spring Reverb, Tape Echo, Stereo Imager, Amp & Cab Echo, Modern Tube Lead, SVT Classic, Jazz Amp 120)
  • DRIFT™ technology: exact emulation of analog circuit behavior over time
  • 4 analog-modeled classic filters: Moog transistor ladder, Roland’s IR3109 chip, Curtis CEM3320 chip, Oberheim SEM state variable filter
  • Efficient browser: find sounds fast
  • Based on SampleTank 3’s engine
  • 1650 stellar sounding presets
  • 200 carefully edited Multis*
  • 129 ready to use, expressive arpeggios
  • Inter-App Audio and Audiobus compatible
  • Single models are available separately via in-app purchase
  • AU plug-in support
  • Expandable via IAP to the full version of Syntronik (17 Synths) or Syntronik Deluxe (22 Synths)

*Available by purchasing the full version of Syntronik, Syntronik Deluxe (full or upgrade), or all the individual Synths via IAP.

Syntronik CS is on the app store and free, but has several IAPs

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FCC Rejects LPFM Informal Objections Against Hundreds of Pending FM Translator Applications

Delivered... David Oxenford | Scene | Sun 10 Jun 2018 2:18 pm

On Friday, the Audio Division of the FCC’s Media Bureau released a letter decision rejecting an objection filed by three groups advocating on behalf of LPFM stations against almost 1000 FM translator applications – most of which were filed to provide FM translators for AM stations in the most recent window for the filing of such applications. We wrote about the grounds for the objections here, which included claims that Section 5 of the Local Community Radio Act, an act setting some ground rules for the relationship between LPFM stations and translators, mandated that the FCC evaluate each of these applications for its individual impact on LPFM opportunities in the future. Once the objection was rejected, the FCC resumed processing of pending applications.

The letter decision found numerous issues with the objection. It noted that 55 of the applications had already been granted when the objection was filed, and 35 had been dismissed, thus the objection came too late. Additionally, a number of the applications to which the objection was directed were mere minor changes in existing translators. The Audio Division noted that the Section 5 of the LCRA, which says that translators and LPFMs are equal in status and that the FCC needed to provide opportunities for each of those classes of stations, did not apply to evaluations of modifications of existing translators, but instead only to applications for new translators.

As to the objections to the remaining applications for new translators, the FCC found that the objections did not even purport to give any details as to how the vast majority of the translator applications had any impact on any specific LPFM opportunities. Moreover, the decision noted, that nothing in the statute required that the FCC, every time it processed applications for either LPFMs or translators, to assure that there was room for stations of the other service. The services are processed under different standards and at different times. The FCC just recently had a filing window reserved for LPFM applicants – where it granted applications for about 2000 of those stations, so plenty of opportunity had been provided for LPFM stations. Nothing in the LCRA mandates that each translator application be evaluated for impact on LPFM opportunities. While the FCC did not explicitly say it, if the objection’s contention that treating LPFM and translators equally and providing opportunities for each required that each translator application be evaluated for its preclusive impact on LPFM, that same evaluation would seemingly have to be in connection with each LPFM application, assessing its impact on translator availability – in which case in some locations nothing would ever get granted as the grant of an application for one could preclude opportunities for the other.

So the objection has been resolved, and given the informal nature of the objection, appeal rights are somewhat limited. It appears that now the translator application processing will continue. So look for further action on pending applications soon.

FL Studio Mobile just keeps getting better

Delivered... Ashley Elsdon | Scene | Sun 10 Jun 2018 1:02 pm

FL Studio Mobile 3.1.90 is the 8th update that Image Line have delivered for this app in 2018 alone. That’s pretty impressive and a massive commitment to keeping the app right up to date. Here’s all that’s new in version 3.1.90:

  • Clips can be moved and or copied between tracks
  • Automation tracks can be reassigned to defined destination & have quick-access parameter slider in the mixer.
  • Export dialog now has “save”, and “send to another destination” controls, no need to pre-select destination.
  • FX Distortion has more distortion modes and stereo and bias controls.
  • FX Equalizer: Every band has a stereo control.
  • FX Filter: Updated UI
  • FX MultiFX: has new UI with quick access to an effect kind and XY area increased size.
  • Parameters slider in the mixer were visible when “hide tracks” enabled.
  • Samples: Can be reversed for audio tracks and drum samples.
  • Menus: Improved design.
  • Bugfixes and performance improvements.

So, whilst it isn’t a release packed with new features, it’s the kind of release that keeps things fresh and maintains user expectations in terms of usability. It’s something that we should expect, and so I’m glad to see Image Line doing it.

FL Studio Mobile is on the app store priced at $13.99

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Mood from apeSoft gets a cool update for its first birthday

Delivered... Ashley Elsdon | Scene | Sun 10 Jun 2018 12:37 pm

If you don’t know mood, it’s a personal interpretation of the legendary Analog Synthesizer by Eugenio Giordani. The app was brought to us a year by apeSoft, and now, on its first first birthday it gets updated to version 1.2. Here’s everything that’s new in version 1.2:

  • Hangs notes and Crash bug fixed App/AUv3
  • New Slider/Knobs resizable range for the LFO/MIDI/Accel etc…
  • New implementation for LFO which improve performance when you put app in background or switch app etc..
  • New Send/Receive jitter-free MIDI clock
  • AUv3: LFO Start/Stop bug fixed for multiple instances
  • MIDI Channel for note on/off/pg, fixed
  • Audiobus 3 New MIDI Receiver Port
  • Audiobus 3 latest SDK
  • Ableton LINK latest SDK
  • New Send/Receive jitter-free MIDI clock
  • Disable Auto-Lock Screen
  • iPhone X compatibility

mood is on the app store and costs $11.99

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