Update: Kinetic v2.1 Released – Adds iPad & iPhone 5 Support, Plus Many More Improvements!
Erik Sigth has released version 2.1 of Kinetic – his experimental sound generation app that was inspired by the inside of a maraccas. The update adds support for iPad and iPhone 5. Kinetic is now iOS Universal! It also has a new audio engine and man more improvements.
- Supports all screens, iPad, 3.5 inch and 4 inch.
- New audio engine (should not be noticable for the user now, but opens up for future updates).
- Improved accelerometer noise reduction.
- Separated midi channel setting to in and out.
- Added sync to tempo (quantisation).
- Moved piano keys to main screen.
- Small color changes.
- Fixed Akai SS25 bug preventing it from connecting.
Kinetic is a music instrument inspired by the inside of a maracas, however it is not a percussive instrument. Notes are represented by bouncing balls that make sounds when they hit a wall and gravity is determined by the location of your device, using the accelerometer. Switch between scenes in order to create chord structures.
Support for Akai Pro's SynthStation25 keyboard controller is included. SynthStation25 delivers instant hardware control for improved performance capability and expression. For more information on SynthStation25, visit http://www.synthstationapp.com.
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Latest Release Notes - v2.1
+++ Supporting all screens, iPad, 3.5 inch and 4 inch.
+++ New audio engine (Should not be noticable for the user now, but opens up for future updates).
+++ Improved accelerometer noise reduction.
+++ Separating midi channel setting to in and out.
+++ Adding sync to tempo (quantisation).
+++ Moving piano keys to main screen.
+++ Small color changes.
+++ Fixing Akai ss25 bug preventing it from connecting.
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