Dingsaller update

The latest update to the app is working it's way through the app store. Here's what's new:
  • Landscape Support
  • Fixed delay effects artifacts
Dingsaller - Tim Bolstad

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

i took the plunge on this, and i have to say - the interface is beautiful in a minimalist kindof way - but the functionality leaves much to be desired.

The basic modules are just too limited - even when combined it's hard to get anything interesting out of it. Also, the sound quality is nowhere near the polish of the graphics quality. This is probably why your request for dingsaller videos seem to go unheeded.

It also crashes a lot.

Still, I hope to see it mature. A mature version of this would probably look a lot like plogue bidule, but prettier.

Anonymous said...

to be a bit more constructive with my criticism -

If the number of modules is going to be this limited, there better be some flexible/interesting ways to couple them. This doesn't seem to be the case.

Most of the ways in which I can see you might route these things are pretty mundane. Random goes into the note filter to get random notes in a chord. Simplesampler only takes note data, as far as I can tell. There's only so many ways you can fit these routings together?

How about a multitap delay for note data? Or additional inputs into the sampler for the start position and loop points? How about inputs for the formants in Voca which take in note data? Inputs for the delay times in the delay module?

Good choice on the variable lengths in the sequencer though, that's pretty cool...