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Old 02-06-2019, 06:15 AM
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Hey guys, I'm doing a presentation this Friday for a Mass Media class at the college where my wife is a Prof on the history of audio recording. I'm going to use part of this video clip in my presentation. What I can't identify is what is this kid using on his cell phone? And how is it tied into the Pro Tools system? I'm not familiar with using any of iPhone/iPad stuff as I don't ever use it.



Can some please just tell me what it is?



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Old 02-06-2019, 06:30 AM
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Looks like it’s a synth app on the iPhone.

There’s soooo many available. I’m not familiar with the one he’s using. Maybe someone else knows the particular app. You could try sending him a message and asking him. He’s pretty young, so you’ll probably get a response in like 30 seconds. Haha...

But yeah, looks like he’s just playing with filters on the sound on the synth app and just recording the output into PT via the headphone output.


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Old 02-06-2019, 06:52 AM
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Like Sardi said, there are hundreds of Morph Synths in App Store and could be anyone of them

I have tried most of the Morph Apps but it didn’t do anything for me or our music. We use PUSH2 and Beatbox Pro and a few cool devices we run on the Ravens for touch Morphing when needed.

How can you listen to that track for more than 20 secs is more impressive, thats the worst crap I ever heard and sadly Utube is filled with this ...

Funny how he calls himself a Music Producer from Ohio hahahaha Whatever dude !!!
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Old 02-06-2019, 07:05 AM
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How can you listen to that track for more than 20 secs is more impressive, thats the worst crap I ever heard and sadly Utube is filled with this ...

Hahaha!!

Well I was thinking the same thing but didn’t wanna be that harsh.


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Old 02-06-2019, 07:32 AM
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Hahaha!!

Well I was thinking the same thing but didn’t wanna be that harsh.


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Old 02-06-2019, 08:06 AM
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That app is called GarageBand
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Old 02-06-2019, 08:16 AM
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That app is called GarageBand


Really?

Wow. I’d never used it on an iOS device. Looks totally different to the Mac version.


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Old 02-06-2019, 08:27 AM
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At least that part is. You get to it by creating a new song and choosing “Live Loops” instead of tracks. You then choose a genre and that loop generator sequencer pops up. When you hit FX at the top of that screen, the morph pads come up.
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Like Sardi said, there are hundreds of Morph Synths in App Store and could be anyone of them

I have tried most of the Morph Apps but it didn’t do anything for me or our music. We use PUSH2 and Beatbox Pro and a few cool devices we run on the Ravens for touch Morphing when needed.

How can you listen to that track for more than 20 secs is more impressive, thats the worst crap I ever heard and sadly Utube is filled with this ...

Funny how he calls himself a Music Producer from Ohio hahahaha Whatever dude !!!

Well, I'm using it as an example of how easy it is for anyone to just record regardless of location (or talent for that matter).
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At least that part is. You get to it by creating a new song and choosing “Live Loops” instead of tracks. You then choose a genre and that loop generator sequencer pops up. When you hit FX at the top of that screen, the morph pads come up.

Thanks, that's what I needed to know.
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