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iMiX16 Pro

Posted by Mikers On December - 3 - 2012 ADD COMMENTS

IMPORTANT!
Works only on iOS6 or later.

iMiX16 Theatre Show System is an application for professional audio and video support in a theatre show or live performance.

iMiX16 PRO has built-in 16 audio and 16 video channels. Combination of multiple audio and video players gives you almost unlimited support in your theatre show or live performance.

iMiX16 uses default iPad’s audio and video library (synced with iTunes).

So called “channels setup” (loaded audio and video files, channels names, volume levels, etc.) can be saved to an iMiX16 file and of course loaded back any time. So you can create each setup for each theatre show or live performance. Note that audio and video files are not saved into the setup file!

iMiX16 was designed and created by a professional theatre sound engineer and it is already used LIVE in a theatre shows. Which means STABILITY, USABILITY, PERFORMANCE and of course much more…

[app 579304288]

DAW Control

Posted by Mikers On November - 18 - 2012 ADD COMMENTS

DAW Control is a wireless DAW(Digital Audio Workstation) software controller, especially optimized for Apple Logic® and Ableton Live®. DAW Control is compatible with both MAC and Windows. Support RETINA display for The New iPad. (iPad 3)

Daw Control has nice and fast interface. So you can enjoy the work without jerking or any delays.

It is support Logic Control and Mackie Control protocols.

Built-in presets for main layout:
Logic Pro
Ableton Live
Cubase/Nuendo
Fl Studio

Layouts:
Surface
Transport

Other software which supports the Mackie Control protocol will work with the “Default Mode”

Works without additional server software on OS X “Tiger” and above.
Also works on Windows XP, Vista, And 7 with solutions such as Tobias Erichsen’s “rtpMIDI” driver.

Software which support Mackie Protocol:
Apple’s Logic
Pro Tools
MOTU’s Digital Performer (v6.02 upwards)
Cubase/Nuendo
Cakewalk Sonar
Reaper
Ableton Live
Propellerhead Reason/Record
Sony Vegas/Acid Pro
FruityLoops Studio
Presonus Studio One
Adobe Audition
Mackie Tracktion
Final Cut Pro

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03D Remote

Posted by Mikers On November - 18 - 2012 ADD COMMENTS

Got one of Yammy’s O3D digital mixing desks? There’s now an app for that too!

03D Remote is an iPhone App to remotely control a Yamaha 03D Mixing Console via WiFi. This is the latest release in the ‘Remote’ series of StrongSoft Apps for iOS. Imagine the advantages of being able to wander around an auditorium, tweaking mixes and settings from your iPhone!

Note that the 03D responds to changes made on the iPhone. If changes are made on the 03D, the faders on the iPhone move accordingly (known as ‘handshaking’)

To use the App you must have UMMU Server installed on the host computer.

[app 573152020]

Reactable Huntemann

Posted by Mikers On November - 18 - 2012 ADD COMMENTS

Experience Oliver Huntemann like never before, with the NEW interactive music album App by Reactable.

With the Reactable Artist Edition you can play and remix in real time along with Oliver Huntemann’s performance or just listen and enjoy the tracks of one of the best electronic music producer touring today.

This special release converts the top-of the charts recordings of Paranoia into an interactive album. Get access to original samples, transform and combine them, add loops, effects and more, creating unique Oliver-and-you tracks, or simply just watch and listen to the tracks performed on Reactable mobile.

Track list:

• Rikarda
• Delirium
• In Times of Trouble
• Rotten
• Rubin
• Magnet

Based on the same audio and graphics engine as the award winning electronic music instrument Reactable and its mobile version for multi-touch devices, the Reactable Artist Edition: Oliver Huntemann places a complete range of objects at your disposal:

• Generate sound with a set of objects including synthesizer, oscillator, sample player and various loop players.
• Modify generated sounds with a set of effect objects including wave shaper, delay, modulator and filter.
• Modify other objects parameters with a set of controller objects including sequencer and LFO.
• Modify the settings of the entire table with a set of global objects including tempo, volume and tonalizer.

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M-480 Remote

Posted by Mikers On November - 5 - 2012 ADD COMMENTS

M-480 Remote is an application for remotely controlling the Roland M-480 V-Mixer live mixing console.

● This application makes it possible to adjust mixing parameters from a variety of listening points on stage or around the room, away from the M-480 positioned at a fixed location.
● Combined with the easy operation afforded by the iPad’s large screen and Multi-Touch interface, this application makes it easy to remotely view and adjust settings.
● It is also equally useful as a sub-display and controller when placed beside the M-480 V-Mixer.

Controllable parameters:

[Channel]
– Preamp Gain
– Pan
– Solo
– Mute
– Fader
– Sends on Fader
– 4-Band Parametric EQ and HPF
– EQ Copy/Paste/Undo

[Bus]
– Pan
– Solo
– Mute
– Fader
– 4-Band Parametric EQ
– EQ Copy/Paste/Undo

[Other]
– 31 Band Graphic EQ or 8 Band Parametric EQ
– GEQ or PEQ Copy/Paste/Undo
– Solo Clear
– Scene Recall/Store/Clear

Viewable-only parameters:

[Channel]
– Phantom Power Status
– Pad Status
– Gain Reduction on Gate
– Gain Reduction on Compressor
– Name and Color
– Meter

[Bus]
– Gain Reduction on Gate
– Gain Reduction on Compressor
– Name and Color
– Meter

[Other]
– Scene Lock/Filter/Fade Status
– Meter Overview

Important notes:
* Use with the most recent firmware version of the M-480.
* A wireless USB adapter (Roland WNA1100-RL) is required.
* A wireless LAN router (Wi-Fi router, etc.) is recommended but if not available, connection can be made directly to the wireless USB adapter in ad-hoc mode.
* Because the wireless USB adapter occupies the M-480’s USB port, functions that use a USB flash key (such as recording, playback, and backing up settings) are not possible while the wireless USB adapter is connected.
* A single iPad can be connected at one time. This application cannot be used concurrently with the M-480 RCS PC/Mac remote application software.

Grab more info – http://www.roland.com/apps/m480remote/

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First look – Auria

Posted by Mikers On July - 31 - 2012 2 COMMENTS

Chicago based, WaveMachine Labs, has finally taken the wraps off its much anticipated Digital Audio Workstation, which has been built from the ground up for the iPad, and it’s called Auria.
This is not only new turf for this software developer, who is well known for its Drumagog drum replacement plug-in, but the Auria app sets a new benchmark as far serious audio recording capabilities on an iPad.
I’ve had a chance to play with Auria for a few weeks now, and wanted to give some quick thoughts on my experiences with it.

 

Anyone who has been following the development of Auria since it was first unveiled at NAMM will know, one of the big drawcards is the app’s familiar looking, professional interface, especially for those that are accustomed to working with multitrack DAW software, plus the impressive VST effects plug-in support, and playback of up to 48 mono/stereo tracks, of which 24 can be recorded simultaneously provided you have an interface that offers this. These sorts of features have simply not been thought possible on an iPad, up until now.

 

I don’t’ actually own a USB audio interface that offers a couple of dozen Ins and Outs unfortunately, so I’ve been testing Auria out with my trusty PreSonus AudioBox 2/2, however the app works perfectly on this audio interface. WaveMachine Labs has a growing list of supported interfaces that have been tried and tested, so it’s worth checking the support area of their site to see if your hardware has been tested already. It’s worth noting that most USB interfaces will required a powered USB hub, as the iPad simply doesn’t have enough juice to feed most audio interfaces.

 

Rather than in an in-depth review, what follows is my hands on experience with the sample recordings I’ve done to date, as well as playing around with the demo multitrack recording that WaveMachine Labs made available for beta testers in the weeks lead up the launch.

 

I’ve had a couple of decades of experience in the broadcasting and music industry, working daily with various analogue/digital mixing boards, racks of outboard effects, and most of software DAWs on the market, dating back to the pioneering days of Pro Tools, when it was referred to as Sound Designer!
While several multitrack apps have already been released for the iPad, one of the most exciting things I recall when I first saw screenshots of Auria, was the familiar looking interface, together with a feature set that matched, and in some cases, exceeded the capabilities of some computer based audio recording and mixing software. Before even laying so much as a finger on the app, I felt like I wouldn’t be faced with the usual week or two of having to learn a completely new interface from scratch.
And I was right. Upon loading up Auria for the first time, the default screen is a familiar looking analogue in-line mixing board, featuring volume faders with VU metering, pan controls, aux sends, solo and mute buttons, plus a handful of other software buttons and the typical group transport controls found on most other DAWs.

 

The other main view in Auria, like in other DAWs, is the editing view which is where the individual tracks of recorded audio appear as visual waveforms, which can be manipulated in a variety of familiar ways. As mentioned, Auria supports playback of up to 48 tracks of stereo audio at any one time, however this track count is halved if you using the iPad 1. I’ve only tried out files with up to 20 tracks so far, and have had no issues at all.
As well as firing up a few of the sample songs, I’ve also tested out importing some existing multitrack sessions I’ve recorded previously in Pro Tools, and this process works flawlessly. In fact, it’s simply a case of saving the session in AAF format, zipping it into one file, and pulling it into Auria through iTunes.
With a selected multitrack session loaded up, in the edit window, pinching and zooming with two fingers anywhere on the screen allows you to quickly go from a full view of the entire session, right down into a close up view of a single tracks of audio. It’s highly intuitive to use, and while there is a touch of lag with some of the busier sessions, it doesn’t affect the over operation.

 

The editing process will also feel familiar to anyone that has done any non-linear editing with software.
You simply double tap on a piece audio to mark it, then proceed to drag over an area to highlight it. From there, the usual cut, copy, split, move, separate and lock regions can be selected from the edit dropdown menu. The beginning and end of audio regions can also have a ‘fade time’ easily created by dragging out the amount of face time required. Different fade types can also be selected.
With an area of audio selected, it’s also possible to apply some processing, such as gain, normalising, and even reverse.
While this will feel very familiar to anyone used to DAW software, I also had someone who isn’t experienced try out the interface and they found it easy to come to terms with.
Another area I quickly wanted to touch on in this quick look, is possibly one of Auria’s strongest points, and that is the VST plugin support, which is a first for any audio/music app on iOS.
WaveMachine Labs has been working with developers such as PSPaudioware, Fabfilter, Overloud, and others to produce versions of their plugins that will work within Auria.
The app ships with a vintage-inspired channel strip created by PSPaudioware, which is features an Expander, Equalizer, and Compressor on every single channel of audio, plus there is a mastering processing available for subgroups and main stereo output.
It also includes a convolution reverb, stereo chorus and delay, classicVerb and a pitch processor.

 

From within the app, however, you also can head to the online Auria Store, where a growing number of 3rd party plugins can be purchased and downloaded directly into the app. WaveMachine Labs has already launched an Auria friendly version of Drumagog 5, and Overloud has the virtual guitar amp THM available, plus there are several plugins from PSP Audioware and FabFilter.
I haven’t had the chance to explore all of these in great detail, but I hope to report on this in a more detailed review in the future.

 

So this write up is really only intended to cover the key essential features of Auria, and it’s the finer details, open ended support, and professional touches that really make this unique app the complete package that it is.

If you’ve been using Auria already please share your thoughts below.

[app 524122834]

Mackie Master Fader

Posted by Mikers On July - 24 - 2012 ADD COMMENTS

The Mackie Master Fader™ app gives you total control over your Mackie DL1608 16-Channel Digital Live Mixer. With a user interface designed from the ground up for touch, all mix functions* are controllable using Master Fader via the wired dock connection in the DL1608 or with a Wi-Fi network allowing you to control the mix from anywhere.

This preview release of Mackie Master Fader provides the perfect way to try out the functions of the new DL1608 mixer before you buy.

For actual audio functionality, a Mackie DL1608 is required. Additional features are coming soon and not all features are complete in this release. Some, including Device selection, Presets and Snapshots, are not present in this version. These will be added in the next update.

Features
• Intuitive touch control over every major mix function
• Grow and Glow™ clearly shows controls being adjusted
• Mixer view allows fast adjustment of channel controls* including solo, mute, pan and level with full metering
• Channel view gives control of powerful DSP-based plug-ins
— Inputs: 4-band EQ, HPF, compression, gate
— Master and Aux Sends: 31-band GEQ, limiter
— FX: Reverb and Delay with dedicated channel sends and returns to each output
• Easy channel identification with channel naming and built in icons or images from your iPad photo library
• Wireless control provides the ability to tune the room, dial in monitor mixes and adjust effects from anywhere in the venue.
• Support for up to 10 iPad devices connected wirelessly so other engineers or musicians can use additional iPad devices to control monitor mixes and more.

Requirements
• Compatibility – The Mackie Master Fader application is compatible with iPad, iPad 2, and the new iPad (3rd generation). Requires iOS 5.0 or later.
• DL1608 Mixer – The Mackie Master Fader application does not mix audio on its own. It requires the DL1608 hardware to fully function.
• Wi-Fi Router – For wireless control of a DL1608 mixer, a Wi-Fi router is required. See the DL1608 Quickstart guide for additional information.

Notes
• Turn off Multitasking Gestures in Settings>General. This will allow you to change the level on more than 3 faders at once.
• More features coming soon!
• Email techmail@mackie.com for support

*Excludes preamp gain control

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Mamba MIX16

Posted by Mikers On July - 15 - 2012 ADD COMMENTS

I realise the new Mamba Mix  monitor mix system designed for In-Ear Monitoring (IEM) is a tad niche, but if you own it, you’d want to know about this new app for controlling it….

 

No details are mentioned on the features of the app, but by the looks of it, it’s offers full control over the 16 channel/4 Mix out or 32 channel/8 Mix, depending on which hardware you own. Best check the website, or get in touch with them for details on how it works with the hardware. http://www.mambamix.com/

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StageScape Remote

Posted by Mikers On June - 23 - 2012 ADD COMMENTS

If you’re lucky enough to own one of Line 6’s exciting new StageScape Live Sound Digital Mixers, then grab this app and you’ll have full control of the mix from anywhere, anytime on stage! Needless to say, you DO need to own the mixer for this app to be of any use at all.

This app is a companion to Line 6 StageScape Live Sound Digital Mixers and facilitates remote control. StageScape Remote connects directly to a StageScape mixer via a USB Wi-Fi adapter. For recommended USB Wi-Fi adapters please visit http:/line6.com/support.

Connect one or more iPad® devices simultaneously for complete remote control over all mixer functions. With StageScape Remote, you can walk around the venue with an iPad® and adjust the front-of-house mix from anywhere in the audience. If band members have iPad® devices, they can also benefit from this feature. Performers can manage individual monitor mixes from their locations, so everyone always has the mix they want. The dream of being able to mix from anywhere in the room is now a reality

For more details on the SoundStage M20d – http://line6.com/stagescape-m20d/

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Yamaha digital desk apps

Posted by Mikers On May - 2 - 2012 ADD COMMENTS

Here’s a few more free controller apps for those lucky enough to own one of Yammy’s digi desks….

CL StageMix

StageMix is an application for the Apple iPad that provides remote control of Yamaha CL digital mixing console functions via a simple, intuitive graphical interface from anywhere within wireless range. The software has been specifically designed to allow engineers to adjust monitor mixes from the performers’ positions on stage, directly controlling mix parameters via the iPad rather than having to rely on verbal directions to a second engineer. The result is better mixes in less time; a huge advantage during high-pressure pre-show setup. Although StageMix is focused on the requirements for adjusting monitor mixes on stage, its range of features is continually expanding, allowing it to be used for a wider variety of remote control functions.

 

More info – http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/global/en/products/peripherals/applications/clstagemix/

 

LS9 StageMix

StageMix is an application for the Apple iPad that provides remote control of Yamaha LS9 digital mixing console functions via a simple, intuitive graphical interface from anywhere within wireless range. The software has been specifically designed to allow engineers to adjust monitor mixes from the performers’ positions on stage, directly controlling mix parameters via the iPad rather than having to rely on verbal directions to a second engineer. The result is better mixes in less time; a huge advantage during high-pressure pre-show setup. Although StageMix is focused on the requirements for adjusting monitor mixes on stage, its range of features is continually expanding, allowing it to be used for a wider variety of remote control functions.

New Features in V3
• Input and Mix Send Panning
• Mute Group Masters
• Tap Tempo
• Channel Naming and Color Assignment
• Sends on Faders Levels in Meter Bridge
• Selectable Input and Output Meter Positions
• Bank Navigation in Long Faders Mode
• Improved Mix On Faders Selection
• Many other enhancements – please refer to the LS9 StageMix User Guide

More info – http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/global/en/products/peripherals/applications/ls9stagemix/

 

M7CL StageMix

StageMix is an application for the Apple iPad that provides remote control of Yamaha M7CL digital mixing console functions via a simple, intuitive graphical interface from anywhere within wireless range. The software has been specifically designed to allow engineers to adjust monitor mixes from the performers’ positions on stage, directly controlling mix parameters via the iPad rather than having to rely on verbal directions to a second engineer. The result is better mixes in less time; a huge advantage during high-pressure pre-show setup. Although StageMix is focused on the requirements for adjusting monitor mixes on stage, its range of features is continually expanding, allowing it to be used for a wider variety of remote control functions.

New Features in V3
• DCA Faders
• Input and Mix Send Panning
• Mute Group Masters
• Tap Tempo
• Channel Naming
• Sends on Faders Levels in Meter Bridge
• Selectable Input and Output Meter Positions
• Bank Navigation in Long Faders Mode
• Improved Mix On Faders Selection
• Many other enhancements – please refer to the M7CL StageMix User Guide

More info – http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/global/en/products/peripherals/applications/m7clstagemix/

 

 

 

 

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