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by Sebastian Dittmann In April 2011 Benjamin Hudarew - one of our developers - and me met up with Rolf Wöhrmann at Musikmesse Frankfurt. My goal was to meet the guy who makes Nlog - my favorite synth app on iOS and to ask him if what he thinks of a possible collaboration between him and us (Audanika). We had a snack and talked about iOS development, GPU performance, integrating a smaller version...
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More playing around with SoundPrism Pro and Nlog...
Soundprism and nanostudio played live on 5 midi...
SoundPrism Fingerings: Playing scales
By Gabriel Gatzsche Originally SoundPrism was not designed to be a melodic but a harmonic instrument. Strangely enough we found out after building it, that (melodic) scales can easily be played as well if one uses the correct fingering. The following video shows my favorite fingering to play such scales. If anyone out there knows an even better one, please leave a video response. If you...
New Features in version 2.2
We’ve just launched Soundprism and SoundPrism Pro version 2.2 Here’s an overview of the new features: Background Audio New Screen Designs (available in the SoundPrism In-App Store) support for Sonoma Wireworks’ AudioCopy (SoundPrism Pro only) new Screen Designs better usability in menus SoundPrism is now...
To iOS 5 BETA users:
If your main device is running iOS 5 beta, we suggest not updating SoundPrism to version 2.2 (today’s release). Please wait for version 2.3.
Scales in SoundPrism Pro: Harmonic Minor
By Gabriel Gatzsche The harmonic minor scale is the most often used derivation of the diatonic scale. The third of the dominant is risen by one semitone. Thus thus a so called leading tone arises. Through the non diatonic leading tone additional musical tension is created which gives the scale an oriental sound. Harmonic minor scale in SoundPrism Pro
Launch of version 2.2
Good news. SoundPrism and SoundPrism Pro 2.2 have been approved. We’re going to launch them tomorrow.
SoundPrism Fingerings: Playing more precise...
by Gabriel Gatzsche When we started to develop SoundPrism our first intention was to create a musical instrument which helps people to create great music without practicing. In the mean time we know more: SoundPrism is a completely emancipated musical instrument that should be practiced like any other instrument. The more you practice the better the musical outcome. The following video shows a...
SoundPrism & Cubase & Omnisphere Tutorial
by Gabriel Gatzsche This blog post showcases how to use Cubase, Omnisphere and SoundPrism Pro together. I am going to start from scratch so people who are unfamiliar with Omnisphere and Cubase should be able to follow. To demonstrate this I am using a modified pad and a lead guitar patch from Spectrasonics’ Omnisphere. The Goal My goal was to create a track with a melodic lead sound, an...
SoundPrism 2.2 submitted
We’ve just submitted SoundPrism and SoundPrism Pro v2.2 to Apple.
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