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free iPhone music software

Articles about free iPhone music software:


calabarockCalabarock (App Store link) is a free internet-enabled multi-track audio recorder for the iPhone.

When you create a track in Calabarock, it’s available almost instantly in MP3 format on calabarock.com for others to hear.

The new track is also available instantly for other musicians to play on top of, just as if you were in the studio laying down one track at a time on a multi-track recorder.

If you’ve used Calabarock, leave a comment with your thoughts!

NOTE: 3G network access is great for browsing and listening to Calabarock tracks, but WiFi access is recommended (for speed purposes) when recording.

 

free-iphone-synthesizer

NLog Free Synth (App Store link) is a free iPhone synthesizers, based on the NLog Sound Engine.

Features:

  • 32 factory sounds, plus 7 bonus sounds
  • Sound playback using NLog Sound Engine.
  • Editing by 4 selectable performance parameter

Description:

Substractive sound algorithm with classic analog waveforms. Professional 44.1 kHz Stereo CD quality with internal high performance realtime floating point engine. Real POLYPHONIC synth.

Sound generator features:

  • 2 Oscilators with classic sine, square, sawtooth and triangle waveforms as well as 5 additional complex artificial waveforms
  • True pulsewidth modulation, frequency modulation and ring modulation
  • Noise generator
  • Filter with cutoff and resonance control
  • 3 Envelope generators
  • 2 LFOs each including delay and sample & hold
  • Rich set of modulation parameter
  • Stereo delay with cross-feed
  • chorus
  • distortion
  • 32 factory sounds plus 7 bonus sounds

Keyboard:

  • sliding octave control
  • dynamic velocity from vertical position
  • optional after touch modulation

If you’ve used NLog Free Synth, leave a comment with your thoughts!

ATTENTION: Keep care of resonance, feedback, ultra low and high frequencies when working with headphones or strong amplification.