The official Reactable Vimeo channel pushed out a tutorial on it’s iPad app. This is one of the music apps I use when showing off the iPad. Check out my previous post on Reactable mobile: wiretotheear.com/reactable-mobile
A first tutorial to show how to interact with the dock, the table, and the objects. – Reactable
App store link: click here
I remember the first time I saw a video of The Reactable synth/audio engine. A guy was moving real objects across a touch screen connecting objects that were making sound. He was able to insert effects and by twisting real hardware cubes LFOs would speed up or slow down, etc… it was a wow to watch. Smartly Reactable Systems have ported the engine into the iOS world and instead of hardware blocks and such everything is in the glass. You get 20 virtual objects and there is Accelerometer and mic input. Most importantly you can import your own samples. It’s $9.99 available in the App Store: click here
“Reactable mobile brings the power of the award winning Reactable synthesizer to your mobile device. Based on the Reactable Live! software, the Reactable mobile is a versatile synthesizer that allows you to play and process your own sound samples and audio input. A complete and flexible live performance instrument with professional audio quality.” – reactable.com
For more info: reactable.com/products/mobile/
This entry was written by iPad, iPhone and tagged iOS, iPad, iPhone, ReacTable, Reactable Mobile. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink and follow any comments with the RSS feed for this post.
Do any of you guys own an “alternate” controller? A Monome? I’m still a mouse and keyboard guy but if money were no object I’d own a room full of this stuff!
This entry was written by hardware, video and tagged Bjork, German, KRL, ReacTable, television, Tenori-on. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink and follow any comments with the RSS feed for this post.