This week's app is the Wisdom of Martin Luther King app:
Wisdom of Martin Luther King (http://www.ubtechglobal.com) Learn the sayings and quotes of Martin Luther King; thought generating sayings and quotes provide a great source of inspiration for song lyrics; does not require a network connection; hear and share inspiring quotes with the touch of a button; make image and quote collages; discover the gift of MLK; (iOS 10.3 or later).
The SAGA Synth App
This week's app is the SAGA Synth app:
SAGA Synth (https://audiokitpro.com/sagasynth/) Retro 16-bit video game sounds synth; use for amazing and expressive pads, sound fx, drums, leads, and more; real 16-bit retro video game power; created from five different vintage hardware YM2616 sound chips; includes over 350+ Presets by MobyPixel, Electronisounds, Red Sky Lullaby, Gavinski, The GarageBand Guide, DJ Puzzle, The Audio Dabbler, Sound of Izrael, Marc Hupkens, AnalogMatthew, Brian Funk, Shazaam the Producer, and more; custom-created sounds made from vintage retro gaming hardware; standalone app and iOS AUv3 Plugin; free-running step sequencer; exclusive sound sources made for the app; stable AudioKit code; 16-bit Synth, Drum, and Sound FX sounds included; over 600+ Mb of sounds compressed to under 150 Mb; audio recording; record sounds then export wav files; no other apps needed; use as an iOS Plug-in in hosts like GarageBand, AUM, Cubasis, Beatmaker 3, and more; use with MIDI keyboard or iOS MIDI host; Ableton link; first of the next generation of AudioKit Pro apps; written from the ground up with a focus on playability and great sound; rock-solid sequencer timing; improved AUv3 support; easy standalone recording; (iOS 14.4 or later).
The Ableton Note App
This week's app is the Ableton Note app:
Ableton Note (https://www.ableton.com) Start new musical ideas with a curated selection of sounds and effects; play beats and melodic parts or sample; continue tracks in Ableton Live; form ideas, experiment with sounds, and find direction; get inspired using a selection of Ableton Live’s drum kits, synths, and melodic instruments; create own sound palette by recording sounds into Note’s sampler instruments using phone’s microphone; use Ableton Cloud to send projects to Live (version 11.2.5 or later) without leaving the app; open project from Live’s browser then keep working; edit MIDI notes; all samples and sounds from Note are exactly the same; begin with a beat: choose from 56 Drum Sampler kits; tap out a beat using the 16-pad grid; quantize beat to fix any loose timing; nudge notes to correct mistakes; add more layers of rhythm; create beat repetitions with Note Repeat; change parameters to shape sound; experiment with effects; start with a melody: choose from 261 synth sounds and 36 Melodic Sampler instruments; play melody or chord progression with either the 25-pad grid or the piano roll; set a key and scale to get instant harmonic results or leave options open; overdub more layers of harmony; change parameters to shape sound; add effects to experiment with sound design; sample environment: create own kits by recording percussive sounds into Note’s Drum Sampler; record tonal sounds to create own Melodic Sampler instruments; manipulate samples by cutting, filtering, or re-pitching them; shape or transform sounds with effects; capture improvisations: play something then tap the Capture button to keep it; play at the tempo that feels comfortable and Note will detect it; Note will recognize the length of the phrase; a loop is created automatically; quantize it, add to it, or change the sound; create variations: Note features a grid-based Session View layout; double loops to create variation within clips; duplicate clips and create different versions of ideas; create eight tracks with up to eight clips on eight scenes; try different layer combinations and song structures; export work in Session View as an audio file to listen and share; (iOS 15.0 or later).