Some Blues Piano from the iPad

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Some Blues Piano from the iPad

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Re: Some Blues Piano from the iPad

Postby imtim » Thu Sep 05, 2013 10:12 pm

Hi Mike

Very interesting, nice developments and thanks for posting /sharing. It was silent when I played it, and I think that was because the wavetable was defaulting to the pad sound, so I have changed that to piano. And I have added a little reverb and delay, just as an experiment. :). Just for fun...

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Re: Some Blues Piano from the iPad

Postby oldlibmike » Fri Sep 06, 2013 7:47 pm

imtim wrote:Hi Mike

Very interesting, nice developments and thanks for posting /sharing. It was silent when I played it, and I think that was because the wavetable was defaulting to the pad sound, so I have changed that to piano. And I have added a little reverb and delay, just as an experiment. :). Just for fun...

http://partikl.com/?ptk3UEsDBBQAAAAIAAA ... ABBBAAAAAA

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Thanks for the updated to the noatikl file. I created it to work with virtual MIDI - probably why it was silent. Using the piano pad is probably a good idea even if using virtual MIDI. Most of my iPad meanderings are using other apps for the sound generation.


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