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A Solo on a Trio of iPad Apps (MP3)

By Birmingham's noimspartacus

Described by the musician as “noodling,” what it is is the sound of an iPad in the service of sonic exploration, from ominous footsteps through pulsating synthesis to dispersed beats. It was apparently recorded on a trio of apps: the multitrack tool Auria, the synthesizer Alchemy, and one named Sequence. Here’s to more noodling.

Track originally posted for free download at soundcloud.com/noimspartacus. It is by noimspartacus, who is from Birmingham, Great Britain, more from whom at noimspartacus.wordpress.com.

By Marc Weidenbaum

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  1. Et Ceter4
    [ Posted September 14, 2013, at 8:57 am ]

    iPads are powerful when it comes to synthesis. A few of our songs utilize loops built on the iPad. The iMS-20 app is amazing!

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