iPhone/iPad iOS music making app round-up: Week 57
2nd Feb 2012 | 12:46
Instruments, effects and more
There’s still time to vote for the best iPhone/iPad music making app in the world today, but if you’re on the lookout for a new tuneful iOS plaything or two, read on.
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NEXT: Bastus Trump Orphion
Bastus Trump Orphion, £2.99
VirSyn iVoxel 2.0, £3.99
This classy iOS vocoder has received a significant update, with real-time pitch following, automatic tuning to a selectable scale, improved sound quality, a polyphonic sequencer and a redesigned interface among the new features. There’s support for Virtual MIDI, SoundCloud export and WIST, too.
Masao Suzaki Petites Ondes, £1.99
Periscope Audio Lab SpaceSampler, Free
Convolution technology comes to iOS with an app that enables you to record, apply filters (Impulse Responses), set the mix and then share the resulting sound. The IRs come from real gear and acoustic spaces, and you can export via email Audio Copy, Dropbox and SoundCloud.