can’t wait to get my pedalboard. Studio is all ready, I’m almost ready to start recording again.
Im settled in, I’m married to someone who inspires me, I’ve got my studio in order, my mind is clear.
It’s been a long journey to reach this point. You soon will hear the music.
I know, you are just as suprised as my cat Plato!
The construction is coming right along! Just a few more things to do, and I’ll be able to set my studio up. :)
I think I am addicted to sequencer apps on the iPad. The XENON Groove Synthesizer is very cool, it features a piano-matrix like editor for each of the 5 synths it comes with. It is very easy to use. This video is yet another demonstration of my first impression with the app.
I’ll give this app ★★★★☆ because of it’s ease of use. It would be nice if they had added more controls for synth parameters, but I won’t complain too much. I can see myself using this as a drum sequencer to bang out basic beat ideas that I’ll later import into Logic and expand on.
So, I have been having some fun with my new iPad. After seeing all the reviews on Synthtopia, I decided to purchase Korg’s iMS-20. It cost $15.99 in the App Store and it is worth every penny. I decided to take a video of my first impressions with this app, it is not the best of quality but it gives you an idea of what I was able to do with it without having previously used it.
For me, it is a bit intimidating because I don’t know how to use a modular synth; I only have experience playing with my Minimoog Voyager, DSI Mono Evolver synth, SCI prophet~600 … amongst a few others. I don’t know how to use patches. That being said, i’ve got some stuff to learn.
Upon first impressions, my favorite thing about this app it is a full blown drum synth and a sequencer. I was having a little trouble with precision editing but I’m sure after i get used to the feel of it, I’ll get better. (Or, if it’s not me, hopefully Korg will fix this.) I give this app ★★★★★!