OSCILAB - Still A Fantastic & Cool App - Tutorial for the iPad

I do love this app for many reasons and one of those is that it still works on iOS 12...great stuff

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  • It's a gem for the guys here that are into experimental and randomized compositions.
    And it has its own sound engine plus full MIDI sync support.

  • Man, I love watching these videos when someone just knows an app so well and can just fly on it. Doug you obviously love this one and shows. Why did I never hear about this app!? Looks like it would fit in well with my iPad 2 lunch time ramblings. Thanks!

  • @kinkujin It’s very easy to use and seriously epic entertainment

  • This is a great one. Still relevant for me :)
    Have even considered getting the android version for my cellphone :smile:

  • I was wondering what was going to show up on this Friday. Everything is new again!

    I'm a sucker for a great workflow and the video sure makes it look logical and fast. Of course, learning things helps that too.

  • @rs2000 said:
    It's a gem for the guys here that are into experimental and randomized compositions.
    And it has its own sound engine plus full MIDI sync support.

    The synth engine is actually adequate
    Great FX panels and performance mode
    Easy to chain patterns
    Great stock samples actually

    Easy to route to an app like Sampletank for a full assault !

    R2 me and you!

  • @RUST( i )K said:

    @rs2000 said:
    It's a gem for the guys here that are into experimental and randomized compositions.
    And it has its own sound engine plus full MIDI sync support.

    The synth engine is actually adequate
    Great FX panels and performance mode
    Easy to chain patterns
    Great stock samples actually

    Easy to route to an app like Sampletank for a full assault !

    R2 me and you!

    I shall use it more often, if only for controlling other synths.

  • Very underrated app.

  • Hi, does it have Abelton Link. ?

  • I've managed to modify some sounds on the sampler bank, changing some of the clasical instruments for more synths. but is hard cause the banks come only with the nunber for a notes not with the note letter. Anyway it works.

  • @heischi said:
    Hi, does it have Abelton Link. ?

    If anyone still cares: Nope, but it can send and follow MIDI Clock well.

    @1pepe: How?

  • well, is on the free release on android, if you play it on your computer (with nox for example) you can get an app that changes sound banks from games. then the wav files apear and you can load new ones if you dont change the name. is a user hack, dont need hard knowing or code. I was thinking of geting more classic synth sounds as moog or dx style, plus better guitars. if you are interested on making new sondbanks tell me to share it.

  • Oscilab has been quite forgoten by the developers but i think that it deserves some atention from hackers to improve it. for example is a quite interesting tool on composition help, cause you can make melodies over the long 8 sequences. so having more than 8, could be interesting from the composition side. other idea is to change the direction of the reproduction and have diferent velocity for each instrument (1/2, 1/4) this would make oscilab capable of generate fuges, as Bach (is not an app is Johan Sebastian) :D

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