Earhoof update – Psicada fine-tune their novel virtual instrument

There are lots of what you might call ‘conventional’ virtual instruments available on the App Store; virtual pianos, software recreations of hardware synths, strum-able guitars, for example. However, Earhoof - from developer Psicada - and currently priced at UK£3.99/US$4.99,  is not one of them. I reviewed Earhoof when it was first released in March 2014 and, while it looks like some sort of virtual toaster, what you actually get is a rather intriguing - and very playable - rhythm instrument. … [Read more...]

Earhoof update – Psicada fine-tune their novel virtual instrument

There are lots of what you might call ‘conventional’ virtual instruments available on the App Store; virtual pianos, software recreations of hardware synths, strum-able guitars, for example. However, Earhoof - from developer Psicada - and currently priced at UK£3.99/US$4.99,  is not one of them. I reviewed Earhoof when it was first released in March 2014 and, while it looks like some sort of virtual toaster, what you actually get is a rather intriguing - and very playable - rhythm instrument. … [Read more...]

Earhoof update – Psicada add MIDI features to their novel virtual instrument

There are lots of what you might call ‘conventional’ virtual instruments available on the App Store; virtual pianos, software recreations of hardware synths, strum-able guitars, for example. However, Earhoof - from developer Psicada - and currently priced at UK£2.99,  is not one of them. I reviewed Earhoof back in June and, while it looks like some sort of virtual toaster, what you actually get is a rather intriguing - and very playable - rhythm instrument. The interface does take some … [Read more...]

Earhoof review – Psicada launch a novel virtual instrument for iOS musicians

There are lots of what you might call ‘conventional’ virtual instruments available on the App Store; virtual pianos, software recreations of hardware synths, strum-able guitars, for example. And there are also lots of other music apps that do things we might think of as ‘conventional’ tasks; recording apps, audio effects or guitar amp sims, for example. These are all great and, in building your own iOS music app toolkit, these kinds of apps are likely to have a prominent place in almost anyone’s … [Read more...]