iPad Music Apps?


#1396

Anyone come across a straight midi delay for iOS?

Am missing this from way back:
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The bam bros Rozeta thing has way more complicated midi processing but doesn’t look like I could just use it for repeating incoming midi notes while decreasing velocity (and option for increasing /decreasing note value with the repeats). Or maybe I can just strip back the particles element of Rozeta sequencer and get this?

Thanks for any pointers!


#1397

Perhaps StreamByter, heard the developer helps with creating scripts

https://audeonic.com/streambyter/


#1398

Ok, Patterning 2 is out. There goes the weekend…


#1399

there are some midi processors out there, midifiltr-pg is one of them , i think the developer does a few others.

midifire would work though i haven’t dug into it much. (i think its streambyter related and has built in scenes and a good forum ) -
https://audeonic.com/midifire/

i use the rozetta stuff a lot , like a weird modular thing that has lfo’s going in to transpose , fix note scales etc… cells is particularly good .not sure if theres a midi delay though , unless you rigged up the arp in some way…

also ?
https://www.midiflow.com/


#1400

Would someone be so kind as to tell me if Patterning 2 records microtiming with the pads or if its auto quantized? I would be very grateful.


#1401

looks to be quantized to the grid , which can be up to 64 steps and weird step durations.
you could use 2 patterns with slightly different tempos and slowly more between tempos though i think it’ll apply to all tracks.

you can randomize the attack amount which might help but its not unquantized recording from the pads


#1402

THANK YOU!! (complete sentence)


#1403

Thanks! MidiFire and Streambyter looking good. At least if I had a bit of time to get familiar with building things, though another user may already have a delay to share… :thup:


#1404

Has anybody worked with that app Sysex Base? I’m curious how simple it would be to perform backups on my phone/iPad.


#1405

New controller app ‘Ribn’ by the guy who does the Once upon a Synth youtubes looks good


#1406

Yeah. Really like it.


#1407

Did a template similar to that in Lemur, but like that this app records movement and seems faster to setup.


#1408

I haven’t tried Sysex Base but I’m using Midi Tool Box for backups and loading sounds to my A4. Works great.


#1409

Perfect! Thanks!


#1410

I have sysexbase, used it to load and backup samples from my old Roland s-10. Works great. Haven’t used it yet for backup of my Rytm, I should though


#1411

Cheers for the heads up, looks well worth a quid. Is once upon a synth guy on here?


#1412

Don’t think he is…

I started using Ribn - it’s great


#1413

I was just using it on other apps. But now on OT and I :black_heart: this app

Great interface and definitely bold enough for a phone on table at arms length.


#1414

Very nice.


#1415

AudioLayer a sampler by VirSyn out.

http://www.virsyn.net/mobileapp/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=29&Itemid=8

They mention on the AB forum they are going to allow Reslice to sample from the signal chain in the future as they adapt the feature from AudioLayer.