Sliver is goes on sale. It was $5.99, but now it's down to $2.99 for halloween, and it's a great app in my opinion, so well worth grabbing at this price.
WEJAAM is a loop-based music sequencer specially designed for playing live, combined with an innovative and powerful randomization tool.
It's very simple to make a beat, just select from the Djaam library or pick up from the World Jaam community All you have to do to create your own beat is use the hit editor, adding sound, deleting sound, is that easy...
Gives you access to a 5 pads controllers instead of knobs. This way you will simply control various parameters of the sound with your finger on the screen.
WEJAAM's complete mastering system in a single integrated app includes Limiter, Reverb, Delay, Flanger, Equalizer, Chorus, and Distortion. Based on feedback and requests gathered from mastering professionals, Wejaam includes exclusive controls and features.
With this exclusive feature, you can easily have access millions of possibilities. During your live performance, simply tap on the random bar to bring up a new pattern idea.
Share your jam head to head with friends it's an unforgettable music experience.
Ready to go now? Make your own song within minutes and sound like a pro. Just record your live performance and create the best traxx ever. Then upload the song and share your mix all around the world.
- Sequencer 6 patterns of 32 notes.
- 6-channel instrument (synthesizer or sampler).
- 1 parametric Filter by channel.
- 2 effect sends per channel (Delay, Reverb, Flanger, Chorus, Overdrive).
- 3-band equalizer.
- Output limiter.
- Export recordings and programs with iTunes.
- Bluetooth Synchronization allows you to play with another person and have the same audio output on each device.
All of Sugar Bytes excellent effects apps are on sale for halloween (until November the 3rd) at 50% off (-ish). Here's what the current prices look like:
So this is a bit of a personal thing as I wrote a piece for the catalogue. The mobile music workshop ran for quite a few years though I never managed to get along to it sadly. The original post about the catalogue can be found here.