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iOS Audio Apps For Sound Design

Post by MikeQuell » November 26th, 2013, 2:16 am

I was chatting with some people on facebook about apps we were using on iOS devices for sound design. I thought it might be a cool thread to start here. I haven't used a ton yet but I just picked up my first iPad so I'm eager to try some new ones out with the larger interface. So far here are a few of my favorites:

- Camel Audio - Alchemy
- Moog - Filtatron
- Moog - Animoog
- Normalware - Bebot
- Pulse Code - Modular Synthesizer

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Post by joe_griffin » November 27th, 2013, 12:56 am

I have Filtatron and Animoog. Of the two, I've used Animoog more. I also use Yamaha's TNR-1 and SampleWiz. I have Reactable and have used it a few times, but not enough to really learn it and get good with it.

For theatre work I'm also really thrilled that QLab and certain digital mixers can be controlled remotely from an iPad, so I can drive the sound design and tweak the mix from the middle of the house.

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Post by Felisc » December 14th, 2013, 6:25 am

Nope, never tried Votan. Is it good ?
I tend to go a bit tired of keyboard based interface on ipad, thus my favorite apps for sound design are TC-11, CSgrain, ivoxel, on a different level Impaktor. I also like Mira but obviously it's just a controller. But yeah, so far TC-11 has been the best for me.
Any other recommandations ?

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Post by MikeQuell » October 8th, 2014, 12:22 pm

Looks like the iVCS3 finally came out!

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ivcs3/id665703927?mt=8

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Post by JackMenhorn » October 8th, 2014, 5:34 pm

I have used Samplr for some of my own tunes but not actually game audio: http://samplr.net/

I should though, its neat.

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