Midi Studio it’s great midi controller for your home or professional studio. WIth this application you can play on a virtual keyboard, move faders, knobs, play with drums pad. One of the best feature of this application, it’s playing your notes with velocity sensitivity, you can hit the screen, stronger or weaker. Also you can change modulation using the surface of the keys, you can change a pitch, you can use built-in arpeggiator and many other interesting features.
Midi Studio Features:
-[True Velocity Sensitive ] (with the force of impact)
-[Different Keys Size]
-[Custom Key Scale] – (Like: Major, Minor, Klezmer, etc…)
Pretty handy app, that is, provided you have one of their sound systems!…
KB1 Remote allows to control via WiFi connection your KB1 audio system:
The KB1 is an innovative product. In this sense it fits perfectly into the K-array brand: innovation and quality.
What makes it special is that it is immediately recognisable as a product which was developed in an environment (K-array) which is orientated towards the “professional” sector. Some solutions which have been adopted are unique in the entire panorama of products offered, and are the same as those used in stage setup during concerts (e.g. the medium-high speaker has the ability to electronically vary the height of sound diffusion).
The completeness of the instrumentation: the capacity to load different presets simply and at any time from a PC, the control of entry sound through an integrated professional digital mixer, and the ability to electronically modify the extent and the coverage of the sound vertically, make the instrument versatile and applicable in any situation with notable levels of quality.
The materials are those present only in concert systems of high calibre: steel, aluminium and wood are high-quality materials, used in professional level products.
DAW Remote received many 5 star reviews. Now, for better experience, we introduce a well-designed HD version for iPad.
DAW Remote HD is a wireless DAW(Digital Audio Workstation) software controller just like your hardware control surface. Instead of getting stuck in front of your computer to compose, record, and produce music/audio, you can use your iPad with DAW Remote HD to control DAW functions anywhere in your studio (wirelessly). Why? Because let’s face it, wires suck!
DAW Remote HD supports Logic Control Protocol, HUI protocol and Mackie Control protocol and compatible with both MAC and Windows.. It works with almost every DAW softwares. It provides three especially optimized control surface for Apple Logic®, AVID ProTools® and Ableton Live®.
DAW Remote uses Network MIDI with Apple Bonjour over WIFI network and Ethernet, you DON’T need to install ANY softwares or drivers in your Mac to enable it. For Windows user, you should install rtpMIDI to enable MIDI Network function.
By using DAW Remote, you can:
1. Forget about messy complex-functioned studio controller, focusing on your inspiration.
2. Easy to control tracks.
3. Get creativity in an environment away from the computer
4. Remotely control your DAW softwares from onstage in live performance without messy cable runs.
5. All functions just like hardware control surface.
=== DAW Remote HD Features ===
★ Supports Logic Control Protocol, HUI protocol and Mackie Control protocol
★ Three optimized control surface layouts for Logic, ProTools and Live.
★ Cross Platform. Compatible with MAC and Windows.
★ Well designed.
★ Supports the new iPad Retina display.
★ Powerful Instructions, Help and FAQ to help you setup connection much easier
★ Use Wi-Fi to connect with host computer
=== Supported DAWs ===
★ Apple Logic Pro/Express
★ AVID ProTools
★ Ableton Live
★ Steinberg Cubase
★ Steinberg Nuendo
★ FL Studio
★ MOTO Digital Performer
★ Adobe Audition
★ Cakewalk Sonar
… and any DAW supports Mackie Control Protocol
For more supports please visit our website: http://eumlab.com/daw-remote-hd/
The creator of the DMX Assistant & MIDI Friend, both for Mac, has combined his experience developing both these apps, and just launched a universal iOS MIDI controller app, albeit a tad on the pricey side.
Really well designed MIDI slider controls.
Behave how you’d expect – always nice and smooth.
Connects via WiFi to OS X with Network MIDI.
Can send Control Change, Note On and Pitch Bend Change MIDI messages.
One of the earliest and most supported music apps has to be the MIDI control surface, TouchOSC, which has seen over 25 revisions since it launched in 2008!
v.1.8.1 arrives with yet another handful of improvements and new features…
- Added setting of control/child-control color with MIDI messages (new “c” var)
- Added touch y position velocity emulation option to Push-button controls
- Added MIDI message sending/receiving for Tab-pages
- Added custom OSC messages for Tab-pages
- Added “no rollover” option to Rotary controls to prevent jump from/to full/zero (default for all existing Rotary controls)
- Added LiveControl layouts
- Added additional control colors
- Changed resolution of Bonjour services to IP addresses instead of host-names
- Fixed Toggle-button received MIDI/OSC message value range behavior
- Fixed Multi-toggle MIDI Note message receive
- Fixed OSC size messages for Fader controls
- Fixed Rx/Tx indicator rendering
- Updated artwork (including support for the Retina iPad display)
For a full rundown on the apps feature set, hit the official Hexler site – http://hexler.net/
The team behind TB MIDI Stuff and it’s smaller brother, TB MIDI Tiny Stuff, have been busy at work on a host of new features for these flexible MIDI controller apps.
The key additions for both apps, include OSC support, bi directional SysEx messages, and built-in Missing Link™ drivers, plus there’s also New Horizontal gesture on Knobs & Jog Wheels, Pre defined scales on Value Notes, New Jog Wheel Control, and some system memory improvements.
Polyplayground by MIGAMO (Mike Gao Mobile) in collaboration with Brainfeeder/Strangeloop on GUI.
“And what is a diagram? A representation of a musical system. And we use a diagram so that, for students of the subject, matters which are hard to grasp with the hearing may appear before their eyes.” – (Bacchius, in Franklin, Diatonic Music in Ancient Greece.)
This app has a synthesizer built in, with separate pitch bend for each finger, but is designed to be used as a MIDI controller via Camera Kit and MIDI interface. For live performance, the app takes MIDI input, allowing you to visualize what a jam partner is playing. You can also stream chords you have already played into the device so that you are never lost if you want to improvise.
This app is great for the producer, composer, music theorist, and student. It makes understanding music theory easier, because the spaces are ISOMORPHIC. This means that chords are the same in all keys. One only needs to learn a chord shape once to use it in any key.
You can press the Horizontal/Vertical buttons to change your pitch space.
Guitar/bass players can change the pitch space to 5:1 (fourths by chromatic) for their familiar layout, while cello players can use 7:1 (fifths by chromatic).
Other notable spaces are 4:7 (Longuet Higgins) and Gerald Balzano’s 4:3. In 4:7, a square is a major 7th. You can move this square one step at a time to the left to do a very John Coltrane like progression: transposing a major 7th down by major 3rds.
MIDI input allows one to visualize existing music in this space to understand it easier. One can jam along with another musician, or existing MIDI chords and never get lost- because you can see what is going on.
It also works wirelessly via OSC, which will be explained on our website. This will allow for music theory lessons to be taught remotely, or notes to be sent across the stage.
Roland announced this exciting new wireless connectivity solution recently at Musikmesse 2012. No pricing or launch date have been confirmed, but we’ll be keeping an eye out for it.
Creative Connectivity with Roland Gear and the iPhone
Roland Wireless Connect is an innovative system that allows Roland electronic musical instruments to communicate fluidly with the iPhone. Consisting of a wireless USB adapter and two new iOS apps (Air Recorder and V-Drums Friend Jam), Roland Wireless Connect makes it easy for Roland users to enjoy their instruments with the Apple iPhone.
With the Air Recorder app, audio can be recorded from a Roland synthesizer, V-Accordion, or V-Drums* directly into the iPhone. Songs can be played from the iPhone and sent to the instrument, where users can jam along and record the result back in Air Recorder. You can export your recorded songs to other apps as well.
* See “Compatible Instruments” section below.
V-Drums Friend Jam for iPhone is an iOS version of V-Drums Friend Jam, the popular social practice tool for drummers. While the Mac/Windows version of V-Drums Friend Jam requires a USB or MIDI connection from a V-Drums sound module to a computer, Roland Wireless Connect provides a direct, cable-free connection from the module to the iPhone. The app allows V-Drums users across the globe to interact with each other while improving their drumming skills with play-along audio songs and practice evaluation features.
USB Wireless Connectivity
The hardware portion of Roland Wireless Connect is a simple, compact wireless USB adapter (model # WNA1100-RL, manufactured by NETGEAR and distributed by Roland) that plugs into the USB port on a Roland instrument. In order for the mobile device to communicate with compatible musical instruments, you need a wireless LAN access point with an Internet connection.
The following instruments are compatible with the Roland Wireless Connect system. Synthesizers: JUNO-Di, JUNO-Gi, JUPITER-80, JUPITER-50, Lucina AX-09, and BK-5/BK-5 OR. V-Drums Sound Modules: TD-30, TD-15, and TD-11. V-Accordions: FR-1x.
PreSonus™ has announced StudioLive™ Remote 1818VSL software, a free, dedicated wireless-control app for the PreSonus AudioBox™ 1818VSL audio/MIDI interface.
The AudioBox 1818VSL USB 2.0 interface’s 26 x 18 mixing and processing features are controlled by AudioBox VSL software for Mac® and Windows®. It provides a computer-based ultra-low-latency mixer with two stereo effects buses for reverb and delay plus theFat Channel processing from the StudioLive 16.0.2. The Fat Channel includes a compressor, limiter, downward expander, high-pass filter, and 3-band semi-parametric EQ that are available on every input, DAW return, and bus.
Now, with StudioLive Remote 1818VSL, you can control all features of AudioBox VSL software (except Solo and Channel Link) wirelessly from an iPad. The new app provides multiple views of the key AudioBox VSL mixer and processing controls. The Overview displays the most-used parameters, such as channel levels, mutes, panning, EQ curves, and more for multiple channels at once. Tap a microview to zoom in on the Fat Channel processing, then navigate between the processors with the flick of a fingertip.
“Because the AudioBox 1818VSL has a built-in 26 x 18 mixer, it can be seriously considered as a live mixer for small groups,” notes PreSonus CEO Jim Mack. “StudioLive Remote 1818VSL iPad control makes this even more convenient.”
An intuitive, powerful control surface app optimized for the Apple Logic DAW application program.
lpTouch provides mobility and touch screen controls for Logic’s commonly used functions. With lpTouch & Wi-Fi, you can control record and playback from anywhere in your studio, edit your software instruments, or adjust effects settings. Tired of trying to manipulate tiny controls on the Logic screen with a mouse? lpTouch offers large, usable multi-touch faders and rotary controls to edit send effects, inserts, plug-in instrument parameters, and EQ settings so you can get just the right sound.
Mute or solo any track to evaluate your mix during playback. Arm one or more tracks for recording. Know where you’re at with the timecode and bar-beat display, and track name and number identification.
One great way to reap the benefits of lpTouch is to use Logic on your Mac to get some tracks down in your composition, then sit back with your iPad – or move around your studio – and use lpTouch’s track and transport functions to evaluate your mix. It makes recording a breeze.
lpTouch works with the built-in “TouchOSC” control surface driver that is provided by Apple as part of your Logic installation. It uses Logic’s new Open Sound Control (OSC) control surface support. NO NEED TO INSTALL ANY SPECIAL APPLICATIONS OR FILES TO USE LOGIC AND LPTOUCH. All you need is a working Wi-Fi connection between your Mac and your iPad.
* iPad running iOS 5
* Apple Logic Pro 9.1.6 or higher music application installed on your Mac
* Wi-Fi access to Mac running Logic
* iPad Bluetooth must be set to OFF to insure reliable communications
* Transport controls on all screens, including metronome, cycle and replace-record
* Track name and number shown
* Adjust each track’s volume with multi-touch faders; values displayed
* Edit pan and up to 5 send levels; value displayed
* Edit software instrument parameters; parameter values displayed
* Select, mute, solo and record enable any track
* Enable/bypass and edit parameter settings up to 12 insert effect plugins
* Adjust master volume & 3 Aux channels
* Dedicated EQ screen mimics Logic’s Channel EQ editing capability
* “LCD” displays timecode & bar-beat playhead location
* Move Loop Cycle location, or navigate by Markers
* Reset Solo to Off on all tracks
* Set automation mode per track
* Double tap most faders and rotaries to return to default position
* Preference settings: disable iPad sleep mode (Autolock); faders “jump on touch”; choose vertical rotary manipulation