Hexagonal iPhone Sequencer-Rhythm Machine from Jordan Rudess

Dream Theater keyboardist Jordan Rudess and noise.io developer Amidio have made a crazy-looking hexagonal sequencer for the iPhone. It comes with plenty of samples and factory sessions if you just want to play around, but I imagine the greatest draw for CDM readers is that it allows exporting your own files via a WiFi server application. (Ahem… cough… Google Android and others don’t require any special app just to get files onto your mobile device. Sorry, something got stuck in my throat. Cough… ahem… can we have a real, live audio system in Android now, please? Whoops, throat thing happened …

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Noise.io, Powerful Soft Synth for iPhone + iPod, Now Available

Noise.io – the iPhone Synthesizer from ToyoBunko on Vimeo. Noise.io became available on the iTunes App Store this week, with a “pro” app US$9.99. I’m not going to say too much about it, instead focusing on getting a review done over the weekend. (I still wish there were an easy way to capture video output from the iPod touch / iPhone, but I gather most apps can’t support that. Any tips, anyone?) But this looks like a real soft synth, and not simply a toy with an oscillator: 3 generators + 2 filters + 3 LFO 3 onboard sequencers (with …

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