Monthly Archives: June 2011
Bach’s Toccata & Fugue in D Minor has always been a favourite of mine. Here’s me attempting to play the first section using Instrumental’s Wicki-Hayden keyboard. I’ve set the surface to display D Minor to help keep me oriented.
Instrumental 1.1.0, which I have just submitted to the App Store, adds support for the iPad Camera Connection Kit. This allows you to connect standard USB-MIDI devices to your iPad, which can then be controlled with Instrumental. If you use a … Continue reading
Instrumental has been on the App Store for about ten days now, and I’m very pleased with the reaction it has been getting. My favourite email of the week is from Lacy: Seeing your video demo of Instrumental set me … Continue reading
The folks at iDesignSound have just written to let me know that “Instrumental was chosen as one of the best iOS Audio Apps by iDesignSound (http://www.idesignsound.com)” Woot!
Instrumental is now Live on the App Store! To celebrate, we’re offering 50% off the regular price until June 21; get in quick! View in App Store
The Generic-R surface preset RM-Channel, controlling Propellerhead’s Record Instrumental’s Generic surfaces provide a great deal of flexibility, allowing you to configure control panels suitable for all sorts of virtual devices. The modular panel system allows you to quickly reconfigure an … Continue reading
Instrumental’s Wicki-Hayden surface provides a large hex keyboard at three different sizes, along with a variety of colour schemes (piano, minor thirds, minor fourths, etc), and a configurable control panel that can house a variety of faders, rotaries, buttons, switches … Continue reading
The long haul had taken its toll on RM-118, but his journey was almost complete.