30 new music apps for iPhone, Android and iPad There's something of an explosion in music apps happening on iPhone and Android at the moment, from official artist apps that look to go beyond pure news and audio samples, through to social location services aimed at gig-goers. Here's a list of 30 apps that have launched in the past few months, from big stars and startup developers alike. It offers a glimpse at the trends and technologies that make apps as potentially habit-changing for music fans as they are for gamers and TV viewers. Note, this list is focused on apps that involve listening to or interacting around music, rather than actually creating it.
woolooloo - An open source framework on top of the reacTIVision project to allow for higher-level projects. Tacchi is a project written in Java that combines the multi-touch/fiducial recognition functionality of the opensource reacTIVision ( and Community Core Vision ( projects with the strength of Supercollider ( in the form of JCollider ( and the strength of the Java 2D libraries to allow for an opensource alternative to the Reactable ( The project will also end up being host to higher-level GUIs and projects on top of the TUIO client framework including music mixing, games, etc. A short demonstration video can be found here, since Google Code does not support Vimeo embedding. If all goes well, the project will also be home to instructions to build your own DIY reactable using parts that can be purchased from stores, and a projector/camera combination.
The Miles Sound System The Miles Sound System is one of the most popular pieces of middleware ever released. It has been licensed for over 5,200 games on 14 different platforms! John Miles first released MSS in 1991 in the early days of PC gaming. Today, Miles features a no-compromise toolset that integrates high-level sound authoring with 2D and 3D digital audio, featuring streaming, environmental reverb, multistage DSP filtering, and multichannel mixing, and highly-optimized audio decoders (MP3, Ogg and Bink Audio). New!
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WarmPlace.Ru. SunVox synthesizer SunVox Latest release - v1.7.4b (4 feb 2014) Modular interface.Highly optimized synth algorithms.Flexible architecture: SunVox can working on variuos devices. For example: pocket computer with slow CPU - 13bit sound (fixed point arithmetic); or big PC with powerfull CPU: 32bit sound (floating point arithmetic).Built-in synthesizers & effects: Analog Generator; DrumSynth with 120 unique synthetic drum sounds; FM synthesizer; MetaModule (use it to build your own synths/effects); Sampler (supported formats: WAV, XI, AIFF); SpectraVoice (FFT-based synthesizer for warm atmospheric sounds); Side Chain Compressor; Distortion; Echo; 3Band equalizer; Filter (Low-pass, High-pass, Band-pass, Notch); Flanger; Loop (for glitch effects); Reverb; Vocal Filter (for human voice simulation); Vorbis Player; WaveShaper; and more ... Logo design by Goglus 3D post-processing by NightRadio Dedicated group on SoundCloudNightRadio - Back to the sources (album)NightRadio - Soul Resonance (album)
The ABC Music project - abcMIDI Maintainer: Seymour Shlien Download the latest abcMIDI Go to James Allwright's original abcMIDI page. abcMIDI is a package of programs developed by James Allwright for processing ABC music notation files. Beardyman's favourite music software Bit Shape TC-11 “This iPad app is one of the most unique synths ever made. It measures metadata from your touches, giving you the ability to intuitively control hundreds of variables: time since last touch; average speed of movement; speed of first, second, third touch; distance between touches... It’s unique and sounds fucking insane.