Today's app is the Sector app:
Sector (http://kymatica.com/Software/Sector) Slice and sequence loops with a matrix of markov-chain connections; introduce order with the probability based coin-flipping pattern sequencer; bend time with warp functions for glitches and modulations; tweak and trigger in real time performance; from rigid control to random chaos; (iOS 7.1 or later).
Today's app is the S4 Rhythm Composer Pro app:
S4 Rhythm Composer Pro (http://www.sobal.co.jp/s4/archives/2097) Beatbox that can be customized in various ways; fourteen drum kits are preset; real-time effects; create and save; allows user to compose sixty-four beat patterns; supports AudioCopy and General Pasteboard; Apple Core MIDI compliant; Audiobus supported input; (iOS 7.0 or later).
Today's app is the S4 Industrial Composer app:
S4 Industrial Composer (http://www.sobal.co.jp/s4/archives/1326) Beatbox allows user to compose and play sixty-four industrial beat patterns; can also record the patterns; Audiobus supported input; (iOS 5.0 or later).
Today's app is the Robotic Drums app:
Robotic Drums (http://roboticdrums.com) Analog modeled drum synth with a probability sequencer; combination makes the app suitable for live sound manipulation, sequence experimentation, and regular beats; minimalist interface with a high emphasis in flow; user controls how random a sequence is; quantized pattern switching; Audiobus support; MIDI out messages when voices trigger; MIDI in changes patterns via note MIDI messages; MIDI clock sync support; eight analog modeled synthesized voices, each with a noise and an oscillator section; flexible configuration allows each voice to generate sounds including punchy bass drums, snappy snares, lo-fi tones, and sound effects; sequencer for each voice is based on probabilities; each session can hold sixteen patterns; switching patterns in a live situation is controlled by a pattern quantization parameter allowing for pattern switches to occur exactly when expected, maintaining the musical flow of a piece; Dropbox support for saving sessions and sharing across devices; (iOS 6.0 or later).
Today's app is the Rhythm Pad app:
Rhythm Pad (http://www.rhythmpad.com) Play drums on mobile devices; includes a wide range of high-quality real and electronic drum kits; connect device to speakers and start jamming; can also play along with songs from iTunes library; created by musicians for musicians; realistic open and closed hi-hats function; pads sound louder at the center; optimized layout for maximum playability in iOS devices; stereo sampled sounds with maximum polyphony give a realistic feel; ability to configure the levels for individual pads; added ability to rearrange pad positions; record patterns and share recordings; AudioCopy: allows user to take samples recorded in app to other audio applications; MIDI support: sends MIDI via WiFi or Camera Connection Kit allowing user to use app as a MIDI controller; while sending MIDI signals, drums are mapped based on General MIDI standard; Audiobus support: stream audio from app to other Audiobus-compatible apps; kits include Real, Real with Ride, Real with Rimshot, Real Pop Kit, Dance/Club, Chemical, Hip-Hop, Percussion, Rock Kit, Trip-Hop; Stickteck’s Drummerz tablet drumsticks make playing app more realistic; for practicing, jamming, and recording favorite drum tracks from anywhere; (iOS 8.0 or later).
Today's app is the My BeatBox app:
My BeatBox (http://trajkovski.net/sound.html) Create automatic rhythms from samples of voice; includes twelve popular rhythms; one custom rhythm; integrated sixteen step sequencer; variable speed (BPM); electronic sample set; acoustic sample set; human sample set; user sample set; samples recording; samples importing (long press); sample set save and load; sequences saving; samples mix levels; samples tuning; global tuning; four channel effect; fifteen backgrounds; tablet/pad support; hardware acceleration; (Android 2.3 and up).
Today's app is the Molten Drum Machine app:
Molten Drum Machine (http://www.onereddog.com.au/molten.html) Tool for creating percussive sounds and rhythm sequences for the iPad; based pattern sequencing that divides time to add tuplets and fills to drum programming; built on a versatile synthesizer that allows user to play and process own sound samples; kits can be mangled, filtered, and crushed using the multi-touch interface; load and store patterns and share them with friends; export to a standard MIDI file and import into a professional digital audio workstation; supports AudioCopy and General Pasteboard; Audiobus supported input; Apple Core MIDI compliant; MIDI Clock Sync; Virtual MIDI port; (iOS 5.0 or later).
Today's app is the MoDrum Rhythm Composer app:
MoDrum Rhythm Composer (http://www.finger-pro.com/modrum.html) Beat-making app that features real-time synthesis of drum sounds that range from TR-808 style to real; sound characteristics can be tweaked from authentic to affected; virtual analog drum machine with a thirty-two-step grid sequencer, sound-sculpting parameters, a tempo-matching delay effect, dynamic compression, reverb processor, sophisticated MIDI support, audio looper, performance recorder, and more; Audiobus supported input; Apple Core MIDI compliant; Virtual MIDI port; (iOS 8.1 or later).
Still more Beats, Loops, and Drum Machine Apps this week!
mobileRhythm mR-7070 (http://www.mobilerhythm.co.uk) Classic drum machine for iPhone and iPad; 1980s look and sound; MIDI in, out, and MIDI clock out; precise tempo control with digital readout; banks for pattern storage; individual faders for each drum sound; multiple beat divisions for time signatures with adjustable last step; solid timing; grid-view pattern display; hardware drum machines and beatboxes from the 1980s have defined musical genres from House, Acid, Hip-Hop, to the latest Dub-step, Grime, and other electronic beats; works like the original beatboxes; easy to program complicated beats; MIDI settings are in the iOS settings app; Apple Core MIDI compliant iOS app; allows user to connect MIDI class compliant hardware to iOS devices via interfaces; (iOS 4.0 or later).
Today's app is the MIDI Loop Station app:
MIDI Loop Station (http://www.MIDIloopstation.com) App for the performing musician; specify loop boundaries in a MIDI file and supplement each loop with sixteen tracks; can be remote controlled by a MIDI controller via CoreMIDI; starting from scratch, gradually build up the sound by playing and adding instruments; (iOS 4.3 or later).