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Ferrite Recording Studio 2.0 is perfect for podcasters

Delivered... Ashley Elsdon | Scene | Thu 20 Sep 2018 12:20 am

Ferrite Recording Studio 2.0 looks like an almost perfect solution for podcasters. Of course, it is essentially designed to be just that, but version 2.0 really does take it up another notch. Here are all the new features for Ferrite 2 Pro customers:

• Customisable 8-band equaliser and spectrum visualiser
• Project Templates to quickly create new episodes
• Import audio files that have more than two channels, and select the channels to use, or split them into separate files
• Prepare your audio for production with auto levelling and noise reduction
• MP3 Chapters can be hidden from the table of contents
• Exporting projects as video now includes chapter art
• Presets can be created for chapters, and for Audio Unit Extensions (where compatible)
• Presets can be moved, renamed and stored on your device, inside Templates, or synced via iCloud
• Set suggested export filenames for projects

Plus there’s good news even if you’re not a pro user:

• Updated UI
• Sort the Library by name, creation date, modification date or duration
• Additional keyboard shortcuts and menu navigation
• Streamlined VoiceOver accessibility
• Performance, user-experience and reliability updates

Ferrite Recording Studio 2.0 is free on the app store, and the Pro upgrade is an IAP costing £28.99:

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More options for your playful creations in Lily

Delivered... Ashley Elsdon | Scene | Thu 20 Sep 2018 12:16 am

I have mentioned Lily before, but not for some time though. I think that apps that get more people making music are pretty positive, and Lily is fun to play with. It describes itself as “a playful musical experience for people of all ages and musical abilities”. I think it’s pretty accurate too.

In the last couple of versions of Lily there have been some really nice additions to how you can use the app.

Now you can export your recordings of what you make in Lily as high-quality audio files. The export can go to AudioCopy or to any other app that’ll accept audio in. You can also save your video recordings to your device now as well. I especially like that option too.

There are also new instruction hints in the app to help introduce new users to Lily. A playback indicator now shows you where Lily is in its loop. There’s more stuff in this release too, but it’s fixes and other stuff.

Lily is worth checking out in my opinion, if nothing else it’s a very soothing experience

Lily costs $1.99 on the app store now

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DJ Player EM 2.0 brings a host of improvements to the interface

Delivered... Ashley Elsdon | Scene | Wed 19 Sep 2018 10:44 pm

DJ Player EM moves up to version 2, which really is a major update to the app with a set of new user interface layouts.

What’s new in a nutshell:

  • Four main layout options for landscape orientation and one for portrait orientation.
  • “Two Hands” horizontal and vertical layouts for convenient touch use.
  • “Default” horizontal and vertical layouts for other use-cases (such as controllers).
  • Cue points/loops can be displayed together with the Fx controls, without SHIFT.
  • Smaller Fx control pane, option to open the larger Fx view.
  • All mixer controls visible without SHIFT.
  • Artwork displayed over the players with turntablist 4-beats phase indicator.
  • Tap on the artwork to display the track browser over the player.
  • Long tap on the artwork to eject a player.
  • ABCD or CABD layouts and output options for 4 deck configurations.
  • Album info is displayed for each track.
  • Improved text layout in the track browser (automatic large and compact layout).
  • In edit mode, a track will be greyed out if already exists in the other list.
  • Shortening a loop will wait for the perfect moment in beat sync mode if the current playback position is beyond the new loop size.
  • Support for iOS Split View (Multitasking) and Drag-And-Drop.

DJ Player EM 2.0 costs $9.99 on the app store

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Gestrument Pro arrives in a week, and it is a quantum leap

Delivered... Ashley Elsdon | Scene | Wed 19 Sep 2018 6:39 am

When the original Gestrument came out it was a revelation. Gestrument was a unique way of creating music that was truly accessible to anyone, and without being patronising, or limiting at all. That wasn’t an easy accomplishment. It was hard. Building on it was always going to be a really tall order, but I think that they’ve actually pulled it off.

I’ve only been trying out Gestrument Pro for a couple of days, but even so my first impressions are excellent and I don’t think that I’ve scratched the surface of what it is capable of. From that perspective it is incredibly exciting.

Play, improvise and compose in real-time within a framework of interactive generative musical systems.

Award-winning composer Jesper Nordin and leading iOS developer Jonatan Liljedahl (Kymatica) has completely re-invented their unique app from 2012 and taken the concept to the next level.

Gestrument Pro takes everything we loved about Gestrument and improves on its original functionality while introducing a host of new features such as multi-touch, recordable automations, advanced scale editing and our unique system of highly tweakable modular generators that define the pitches and rhythms.

With Gestrument Pro you can Play, Improvise and Compose music with deeper levels of personal expression than ever before.

The original Gestrument had pretty amazing depth to it and yet you could play it in just a few seconds. My initial impression of Gestrument Pro is that the same is going to be true, but perhaps even more so. Over the next few days I’ll be spending more time with this app and digging in to find the depths. So expect and update, and with any luck before Gestrument Pro gets released into the wild. For now, here’s what to expect …


  • Up to 16 individual Instruments.
  • Each Instrument can be controlled by any of up to 8 Cursors.
  • Instruments can use internal high quality sounds or play other synthesizers or apps via MIDI.
  • Modular swappable Generators for producing the rhythms and pitches per Instrument, each with their own set of tweakable parameters and settings.
  • 8 performance sliders that each can control one or more parameters in the Instruments and their Generators.
  • A highly flexible modulation system allows assigning Sliders and Cursor position/pressure to any parameter in the Instruments.
  • Advanced microtonal Scale editor with several standard scales included.
  • 8 Scale Slots for fast switching between scales and tonalities during performance.
  • Sliders, Cursors and Scale Slots can be recorded into automated loops, or controlled via MIDI.
  • Supports Inter-App Audio and Audiobus, including host sync for following the hosts transport and tempo.

Gestrument Pro launches on the 25th of September, but you can pre-order now at half price for just $8.99

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Who doesn’t like a bitcrusher right? Now there’s Degrader from Klevgränd produkter AB

Delivered... Ashley Elsdon | Scene | Tue 18 Sep 2018 10:52 pm

Who doesn’t like a decent bitcrusher right? Everyone? Well, definitely me anyway. Now there’s a new option from Klevgränd produkter AB, who’ve brought us some completely excellent audio units such as Haaze, Brusfri, and Kuvert, to name just three.

Now Klevgränd brings us a new FX, Degrader. Degrader is a combined resampler and bit crusher AUv3 plugin. It can be used to simulate the sound of vintage digital gear, such as a lofi-effect or as a plain distortion unit. Since all parameters are fully automatable it’s a handy plugin for creating unique and interesting drops, sweeps and other transitions.

It also comes with a handful of factory presets.

Main Features:

• Resamples between 250 Hz and 96 kHz.
• Low pass filter with different characteristics both pre and post resampling.
• Bit depth can continuously be altered between 3 and 24 bits.
• Additional distortion algorithm.
• Parameter linking (control several parameters with one knob)
• Input and output gain control.
• Dry / Wet mix.
• Several factory presets simulating different vintage gear.

Full documentation available inside the app or at https://klevgrand.se/download/degrader-docs/

NOTE! Degrader is a AUv3 plugin that only works in a AUv3 compliant host like Garageband, AUM, Cubasis, Beatmaker 3, Auria etc.

Degrader costs $7.99 (which is 35% off the normal price of $12.99)

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Woodman’s Immaculate Maple Syrup Studio brings us WoodnGate

Delivered... Ashley Elsdon | Scene | Tue 18 Sep 2018 10:19 pm

From Woodman’s Immaculate Maple Syrup Studio, who brought us Woodpressor, comes a new app. The Wood’nGate is an audio gate app which operates both a standalone app supporting IAA (Inter-App Audio) and an AUv3 audio unit plugin. Wood’nGate has familiar controls like “Threshold”, “Attack”, “Sustain”, and “Release” but also has some extra features not found commonly on other gates.

Here’s what to expect:

  • Has separate Open and Close modes
 (e.g. Open with side chain, Close with track audio; Open with Midi, Close with side chain audio)
  • Has 2 side chain channels
 (e.g. Open with Kick, Close with Snare) : insert a WoodnGate in Send mode on the side track.
  • Open and Close can be triggered by Midi commands (Note On, …)
  • Midi Note On Velocity can be used to set the Open Gate Level.
  • Has an ADSR mode
 (Close is only determined by the ADSR timing)
  • Presets can be stored in iCloud Drive (makes them available on all your devices)
  • Includes 2 separate filters : 1 for the Open analysis signal and 1 for the Close analysis signal
  • Presets can be switched with Midi Program Changes.

Wood’nGate costs $8.99

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And now there’s another 2 new audio units from 4Pockets

Delivered... Ashley Elsdon | Scene | Tue 18 Sep 2018 9:46 pm

4Pockets have done it again. They’ve added to their growing collection of new audio unit plugins for iOS with a new couple. The first is a stereo reverb, and it comes alongside an auto-wah. This adds to their portfolio, which includes: Audio Expander, Parametric EQ, Phaser, Stereo Graphic EQ, and a Panning Delay.

Stereo Reverb

This is an AUv3 compatible stereo reverb which can be used as a plugin with your favourite DAW such as Cubasis, Meteor, GarageBand or Auria.

This digital stereo reverb comes equipped with low and high pass filtering as well as independent damping. You also have control over stereo panning of reverb trails with an optional audio pan feature. This is quite a versatile effect that improves upon many of the default effects that ship with most DAW’s.

Stereo Reverb costs $4.99


This Auto Wah can perform many different filtering effects but it’s main purpose is to simulate a traditional WahWah pedal such as those used by guitarists.

It also simulates other types of effects such as complex filters, vocal morphing using formant filters, phase wah as well as tremolo and panning effects.

All these effects can either be free running or input level controlled making it a very useful and expressive tool.

Auto-Wah $4.99

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Groove Rider GR-16 1.6 is packing a hell of a punch

Delivered... Ashley Elsdon | Scene | Tue 18 Sep 2018 9:08 pm

Groove Rider GR-16 is a pretty cool groovebox, and with version 1.6 it once again gets way better. It’s pretty impressive. It’s a big list of updates, and of course the obligatory fixes.

Here’s all that’s new:

  • maximum pattern length raised to 8 bars;
  • introducing Wavetable Synthesis. You can load a wavetable, and control its wavetable position parameter (can be modulated) and the pulse width (can be automated);
  • introducing In-App purchases. First introduced IAP is a new pattern Bank B “Techno Sessions”, consisting of 72 new patterns and 50 part presets in Deep / Melodic Techno style. Now available from within the app;
  • 80 new one-shot samples added to the built-in sample library for FREE into these sections: Kick, Snare, Clap, HiHat, Cymbal, Percussion and Stabs!
  • 4 new instruments added to the built-in Instrument library;
  • 45 built-in wavetables added! Select them by tapping Oscillator’s “Wave” button and then browsing inside the “Wave” folder. Note, that user wavetables will be placed at the top of the list inside this folder;
  • you can import your own wavetable files (Serum wav format is currently supported) by placing these files into the “Wave” folder inside Groove Rider’s documents folder, or by using “Open In…” dialog from other locations;
  • 14 new part sound presets added to the Bank A presets. They’re all based on built-in wavetables, and have a prefix “WT”;
  • new Bar selector with 2 buttons: plus and minus. Old 4-buttons selector is still available (switchable from Settings menu), but it will not be able to access more than 4 bars;
  • Part Mutes events now can work in Sync to the Beat, Bar or Pattern (this is selectable from the Settings menu -> Mute Mode, but it is Off by default). Very useful when performing live;
  • Shift “Lock” feature added, allows to temporarily lock the Shift button in pressed state. To activate, hold down the Shift button and swipe up or down for some distance. Deactivated by tapping anything, that is not a knob;
  • 2 new Utilities added: “Clone Bar” and “Clone Pattern Bar”. First one to distribute (copy) currently selected bar along all the other bars in the current Part. Second one to distribute (copy) the whole current bar (affecting all 16 parts) into the other bars;
  • Utilities folder is rearranged to put the most important functions to the top;
  • new Copy/Paste function: you can now copy and paste the whole Mixer state (all part levels, pans, send fx amounts and also master volume) from one pattern to another. Just select “Paste Mixer” from the popup menu upon paste;
  • Midi CC output is added, allowing you to send all knobs movements to the Midi Out. It is Off by default, please activate it from Settings menu if needed;
  • you can now see the names of Osc Edit 1 & 2 parameters for the Oscillator type sounds, written as captions under the Osc Edit 1 & 2 knobs;
  • new main display Animation mode available: Channels + Oscillogram;
  • new “Loop” button instead of “Tap” button! You can now loop one bar (or several bars, holding it down during playback). If you wish, you can revert back the old Tap button from the Settings menu;
  • now, when turning on the velocity pad mode for a Part, the TouchPad in Scale mode will reflect the velocity along its Y axis;
  • improved UI: tables (lists of files, oscillators etc) were optimized to open faster on slower devices;
  • improved: more space for scrollable lists and menus on a display by temporarily moving away the bottom screen bar;
  • fixed: part level indicators sometimes worked incorrectly;
  • fixed: Pitch Shifter IFX was sounding very differently when using different system sample rates;
  • fixed: when sample start parameter is not zero, sometimes it caused a click;
  • fixed: sometimes, when using playback sync with the Midi Clock, Play button was not lit;
  • fixed: issue with the Midi Thru, which was initially ON by mistake;
  • minimal fixes in the “Catch” knob midi mode;
  • some minimal interface and graphics improvements.

Groove Rider GR-16 costs $18.99

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Cubasis 2.6 brings an unexpected integration with Roli

Delivered... Ashley Elsdon | Scene | Mon 17 Sep 2018 11:13 pm

Cubasis has become one of the stalwarts of the iOS DAW. It continues to get updated on a very regular basis, and with each fresh update comes features and functionality that makes it easier and better to use. Version 2.5 was only with us back at the end of June. Now we have version 2.6 and it brings a series of useful, and also surprising updates.

Audio Unit full-screen support

Tweak sounds and parameters with utmost accuracy, using Cubasis’ super-sized full-screen support for Audio Unit instruments and effects plug-ins. Enjoy maximum productivity, creativity and flexibility, switching between the available screen sizes at lightning speed with only a few taps.

Full screen AUv3 is going to be very useful, especially if you have a smaller screen. This is just the kind of thing that makes life simpler in iOS music.

ROLI NOISE Seaboard and Drum Grid visualizer support

Experience a new approach to making music, using ROLI’s free downloadable NOISE app within Cubasis. Create inspiring drum and melody parts through intuitive gestures, using the unique Seaboard and Drum Grid visualizers, now directly accessible via Cubasis’ Audio Unit full-screen mode.

Now this is a really interesting, and, quite frankly, an unexpected development. In part you can see it as a part of the full screen audio unit update, but also it is a strange specific feature to zoom in on. Not that it’s a bad thing in anyway, but just a bit unusual.

However, as you can see from Doug’s video below, he’s very excited. So perhaps I should check it out a bit more before I form a definite opinion.

MIDI CC support for compatible Audio Unit effects plug-ins

Easily remote control your favorite compatible Audio Unit effect plug-ins via external controllers. No matter if you’re moving effect knobs via MIDI Learn or switching presets via program change — if your Audio Unit effects plug-in supports it, it can be done in Cubasis with great ease.

Another nice update that will be popular with lots of users.

Maintenance and improvements
Obviously, and, as you’d expect, there’s a bunch of bug fixes too.

Finally … It’s also worth saying that Cubasis is on sale as are it’s in app purchases. The main app is currently $23.99.

Cubasis on the app store:

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Amadeus Code could be the songwriting AI that will clear your writer’s block

Delivered... Ashley Elsdon | Scene | Tue 11 Sep 2018 11:44 pm

These days AI is everywhere, and music is not immune. In fact, over the last few months I think I’ve bumped into a whole host of start ups playing in this space. However, not too many of those are in a space where you might end up using that AI on a regular or even a daily basis.

So far I’m not sure that I’ve properly seen the promise of AI come to fruition in the music making world, but perhaps the AI in Amadeus Code is a use case that will really make sense. Using an algorithm to help write songs isn’t actually that new a thing. There have been quite a few attempts at doing that, but in hardware and software, and of course, to some extent there are similarities with generative music. However, where Amadeus Code fits in is squarely in the song writing space.

There are plenty of apps that promise to help you with making music. They take a range of different forms, whether it’s DJ’ing, making short pieces, making full tracks, or anywhere in between, and many of them utilise different approaches at assisting you in the process through some means. On a personal level I’m not sure I’ve found many of these approaches effective over time, and something that assists in creative process might be worth a look.

Amadeus Code describes itself as a

“powerful yet simple melody composing app that lets you make songs in minutes, whether you’re a beginner or a professional musician. Melodies are composed by a first of its kind proprietary artificial intelligence engine and can be exported as audio and MIDI files to a DAW of your choice for further creative production.”

According to the developer Amadeus Code is going to help us to “say goodbye to writer’s block“. Which is a big claim, and not one that I have a huge problem with personally. However, I do think it would be useful to have an additional source of inspiration, and Amadeus Code claims that:

It comes preinstalled with hundreds, soon thousands of chord progressions based on history’s most beloved songs. Learn and get inspired by new song structures and collaborate with the AI engine that can generate infinite melody variations.

Your iPhone becomes a real collaborative songwriter with Amadeus Code, which lets you guide what kind of melodies to create. Use the melody settings to tweak note length, range, drama, familiarity and era. Also use simple gestures to create and recreate specific sections or entire songs infinitely.

Not only can you create songs in Amadeus Code, you can share and listen to songs created by other users. Create songs inspired by others for infinite possibilities for collaboration.

Personally I think that this is an app that I’m going to check out, and whilst it is free to download it’s worth pointing out that Amadeus Code comes with a subscription in app purchase that runs on a yearly basis. The subscription appears to be mainly for save and export unlimited Audio/MIDI files.

Amadeus Code is free to download with a subscription in app

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DesignByPaul brings us a new iOS audio SynthDrum Kick

Delivered... Ashley Elsdon | Scene | Tue 11 Sep 2018 12:13 am

SynthDrum Kick is a new AUv3 Drum synthesizer for iOS. It comes from a well seasoned developer, Design By Paul, who have brought us some very good apps so far, and, as such, I expect this will be worth more than just a quick look.

SynthDrum Kick is a drum synth, you can synthesize the kinds of drum sounds you want with relative ease. That is of course if you’re looking for synthy drum sounds. As it’s an audio unit app you can create multiple instances of the app right inside your favorite audio unit host DAW (i.e. GarageBand, Cubase, AUM, BeatMaker 3 etc) so you can have multiple percussion instruments.

SynthDrum Kick’s sounds are 100% synth-generated. Coupled with all the controls you need, being right at your fingertips, it’s easier than ever to get the kick sound you want. You get to work quickly and productively, without having to compromise and fall back on the same old pre-made kick samples.

Whilst some apps have irrelevant controls and workflows for synthesizing percussion, SynthDrum Kick has a versatile range of controls and a DSP engine specially designed for percussion synthesis.

A user-friendly, adaptable AudioUnit that can get the beats you want, fast, from the moment you load it into your favorite DAW. More sonic versatility for your kicks whether on the move or in the studio, you can quickly create percussion that is unique and specific to your taste.


  • AUv3 (AudioUnit Extension)
  • Oscillator: Sinusoid, 909 style clipped Triangular
  • Pitch Envelope (re-triggers as needed for kicks)
  • Amp Envelope (specially designed for percussion synthesis)
  • LFO (delay-able) controls AM or FM
  • Noise
  • Parametric EQ x2
  • Soft Clipper
  • Presets
  • Velocity sensitive

SynthDrum Kick costs $5.99 on the app store now


  • You can change the knob response for rotary, linear horizontal or linear vertical in the menu.
  • This app is at its best when its used as an AUv3 plugin/extension inside a host app. It has been tested extensively in GarageBand, AUM, Cubasis and BeatMaker 3.

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unklepop DRUM has the strangest name for an AUv3 I’ve seen, but I’ve no idea what it’s like

Delivered... Ashley Elsdon | Scene | Mon 10 Sep 2018 11:52 pm

unklepop DRUM has to be the most unusual name for an iOS app I’ve seen in a long time. I really like finding apps with unusual names

DRUM is based on the sound and feel of the classic drum machines you love. Simple analog style controls make it easy to use, tweak knobs just for fun! DRUM works with Garageband and your favorite Audio Unit (AU) Hosts, keeping your creative flow alive.
You can get the drum sounds you need in the apps you use.

DRUM Instrument Features:

  • Audio Unit Instrument which is AUv3 Compatible
  • Recreates the sounds of classic drum machines
  • Over 50 drum sounds
  • 7 Built in Presets
  • Low CPU overhead so you can run multiple instances
  • Parameters available for each sound:
    • Mixer: Level, Pan
    • Synthesizer: Tune, Tone, Decay
    • Color: Click, Snappy
    • Distortion: Depth, Drive

DRUM App Features

  • 16 Step Sequencer
  • Ableton Link tempo sync
  • Load and Save State

unklepop DRUM costs just $0.99

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Scythe for iPhone arrives

Delivered... Ashley Elsdon | Scene | Mon 10 Sep 2018 11:13 pm

Scythe has a pretty good reputation for being an excellent synth app. Now there’s Scythe for iPhone which brings the powerful synthesis engine of Scythe to the iPhone.

The new app has a powerful synthesis engine which makes it easy to create and discover sound designed. The wavetable creator enables the creation and editing of wavetables and is integrated directly into the system to preview your creations with the current session status. You can override the oscillator to see how your creation mixes with your session’s sound.

The controls on Scythe for iPhone have been minimised to allow a simpler workflow, yet with the same complex modulation that you might be used to if you’ve been using the iPad app. If you are new to modulation, Scythe app for iOS makes it simple with drag and drop, from source to oscillator control.

You can generate custom wavetables by importing your sounds using AudioShare or iTunes file sharing, record using IAA out or directly in Scythe synthesizer and export using Audioshare or iOS sharing options.

Please note for best wavetable generation results, sounds with low frequency content or enough spectral content is required.

Top Features of Scythe iOS app:

  • High quality wavetable synthesis
  • Wavetable creator
  • Filter Delay effect
  • Modulation control of all oscillator parameters
  • Easy to learn user interface
  • MIDI input – CoreMIDI & Audiobus 3
  • Inter-App-Audio
  • AudioShare support for importing and exporting
  • Global tempo control for syncing LFOs to note duration
  • Easily record, playback and export audio
  • Library wavetables and presets

Full feature set:


  • Wavetable oscillator with full modulation control
  • Generate wavetables with audio files imported with AudioShare
  • Generate wavetables with audio files loaded from iTunes file sharing
  • Load library wavetables
  • Save wavetables
  • Unison of up to 8 waves


  • Global tempo control in top bar
  • Envelope generator with controllable ADSR graph
  • 3 LFOs with 8 wave modes, Note duration sync, lfo wave amplitude
  • Global modulation matrix control
  • Modulation override


  • Audiobus 3 MIDI
  • Polyphonic
  • Scrollable keyboard
  • Hold mode


  • Library presets
  • Save your own presets


  • Record audio
  • Export audio using AudioShare
  • export audio using iOS export options, e.g. Dropbox


  • Hardware capabilities will impact max number of waves. If your device CPU cannot synthesize the max number of waves, either adjust the unison value/modulation or reduce the number of simultaneous keys pressed
  • Modulation is initially enabled by dragging the modulation link icons onto the control to be modulated.
  • Hold mode is enabled/disabled by pressing the control in the keyboard scroll section

Scythe for iPhone costs $5.99 (plus it has in app purchases for additional functionality and content)

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2 more from 4Pockets

Delivered... Ashley Elsdon | Scene | Thu 6 Sep 2018 12:17 am

4Pockets have brought us a bunch of new audio units over the last few weeks. First they brought us their mastering suite, then their modulation group. Now they’ve brought another 2 AUv3 apps. A Stereo Graphic EQ, and a Panning Delay as well. So, here’s some detail.

Stereo Graphic EQ

This is an AUv3 compatible stereo graphic equalizer plugin which can be used as a plugin with your favourite DAW such as Cubasis, Auria, Meteor or GarageBand.

The 10 band stereo equalizer allows independent manipulation of both stereo channels with adjustments of +/- 12dB. It provides stereo meters capable of monitoring peak and rms so suitable as a master effect.

Panning Delay AUv3 Plugin

This is a AUv3 compatible digital delay which can be used as plugin with your favourite DAW such as Cubasis, Meteor, Auria or GarageBand. It supports a modern graphical interface and presets with stereo meters for monitoring signal levels.

This stereo digital panning delay allows you to specify a compositions tempo and beat divisions in order to create some pretty crazy synced delay patterns. You can further specify how the stereo separation for the left and right channels, even apply panning and reverse audio effects to the mix.

Also includes a tap tempo option.

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Propellerheads bring Reason Compact to your iPhone, with Link and export to Reason 10

Delivered... Ashley Elsdon | Scene | Tue 28 Aug 2018 11:57 pm

This came out of the blue completely. Propellerheads have delivered a totally new way to get your work into Reason and, what’s more, when you sign up you can grab a copy of Reason Lite for free. Which is in itself a pretty cool thing.

According to the developer …

Reason Compact puts an amazing-sounding powerful synthesizer right at your fingertips. Go from download to downbeat in just 10 seconds with intuitive controls and helpful tutorials. Get started for free, then add new sounds and more controls only when you’re ready. Reason Compact is loaded with innovative tools like a smart keyboard so you never have to worry about hitting a wrong note—just make music and have fun!

  • Create amazing synth sounds with Reason’s flagship Europa synthesizer
  • Get inspired from presets made by world-class music producers
  • Quickly create compositions with the smart keyboard, note grid and Chords tools
  • Tweak your tone using powerful filters and built-in effects
  • Connect Reason Compact to other music apps and collaborate
  • Export your ideas and finalize them on your desktop with Reason 10


Get Started Quickly

  • Intuitive tools to help you capture your creativity
  • Press any key to make professional-sounding melodies with the smart keyboard
  • Automatically create lush synth chords with a single key using the Chords tool
  • Play rhythmic sequences with the touch of a button using the Arpeggiator
  • Polish your performance to perfection using the note grid
  • Start simple and unlock new features as you grow

Make Amazing Sounds and Melodies

  • Reason Compact puts one of the world’s most powerful synths in your pocket
  • Create synth sounds using 16 different types of waveforms
  • Use the Shape controls to morph waveforms and transform your sound
  • Make synths sound huge with the Unison effect
  • Add depth and texture to your tracks using distortion, delay, and reverb effects

Connect and Collaborate

  • Collaborate with others in real-time using Ableton Link
  • Connect Reason Compact with other music apps using Audiobus or Inter-app Audio
  • Get inspired and create music with others via Allihoopa


  • iOS 11

Reason Compact is on the app store and is free, plus, if you sign up soon you can get a free copy of Reason Lite

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