Choral Notes vous permet de retrouver le nom et la référence d’un morceau de musique en chantonnant simplement la mélodie ou le thème musical, ou en le jouant sur un clavier virtuel.
Notre bibliothèque virtuelle Musica vous donne alors les références et la description du titre
Retrouvez des titres introuvables parmi :
- les chants populaires (de Noël, à boire…),
- des classiques de la chanson française (Trénet, Brassens, Brel, Moustaki, …)
- ou des œuvres chorale savantes (Bach, Mozart, Brahms, Debussy, Poulenc,…)
Before you start any production you've got to get set up and organized. That's exactly where this course begins. In the first section, you learn about hooking up your audio IO, arming and recording multiple tracks and organizing your session by creating busses, groups and deploying Studio One's folders.
This is followed by a section devoted to Studio One's cool mixer. This is where you get a tour of all its key features and learn all about the events and send effects. Next up is an overview of the plugins, freezing and tuning tracks and some advanced tuning and editing techniques.
Finally, it's time to bounce and share your tracks. This where you get some more tips and tricks to help you finish your production and post it to the virtual universe!
Table of contents:
1. Checking Your Audio Setup
2. Working with Multiple Audio Tracks
3. Using Folders
4. Using Groups for Mixing
5. Sub-mixing Using Busses
6. Setting Up a Headphone Mix
7. The Mixing Console
8. Insert and Events FX
9. Setting Up Send FX
10. Building Up Effects Chains
11. Re-indexing Presets
12. The Plugins and their Categorization
13. Freezing Tracks with Track Transform
14. Using Melodyne with Studio One
15. The Audio Editor - Pt 01
16. The Audio Editor - Pt 02
17. Multi-track Editing with Audio Bend
18. Using Strip Silence
19. Speeding Up your Workflow
20. Publishing Your Songs to SoundCloud
21. Using Nimbit to Upload your Songs
This course, designed by Studio One expert Gary Hiebner, is an all-out, in-depth exploration of MIDI editing in PreSonus' powerful DAW. You learn about the great features Studio One offers when it comes to working with and editing MIDI in your production including Actions, an option-rich way to manipulate your velocities, grooves and quantization to really get down and dirty with your MIDI parts.
Gary also explains Impact, Mojito, and Sampler One, three great virtual instruments that are built right in to this DAW and give you tons of flexibility when creating and editing patches. You'll also see and hear as Gary demonstrates how he uses the built-in Melodyne plug-in to transform an audio track into MIDI.
So get ready to take your MIDI data to the next level and bring new life to your tracks. Oh, and make sure you watch the other great courses in our ever-expanding series on Studio One, the DAW with the artist in mind.
Table of contents:
1. Setting Up Instrument Tracks
2. Setting Up Your MIDI Devices
3. Using the MIDI Editor
4. Going Through the MIDI Tools
5. Piano Roll vs. Drum Editor
6. Using MIDI Quantization
7. MIDI Velocity Actions
8. MIDI Groove
9. Using MIDI Actions
10. MIDI Quantize Actions
11. MIDI Velocity Actions
12. Double Notes, Short Notes & Split Notes
13. Conform Your MIDI to Scale
14. Editing Multiple MIDI Instruments
15. MIDI Velocity and Modulation
16. Using the Impact Drum Machine - Part 1
17. Using the Impact Drum Machine - Part 2
18. Subtractive Synthesis with Mojito
19. Using Sound Fonts & Sound Font Player
20. Getting Into Sampling with Sample One
21. Turning Melodyne Audio Events into MIDI Events
22. ReWire Setup
GM : 128 instruments and drum set
Midi division 480.
Export Midi file to SDCARD.
Requirements: OS 1.6 or later, Device supports Midi.
Version1.4:Bug fixed, import project from Trial version.
1).Bug fixed: Save large project that a truck is over 64K.
2).Add grids 1/3,1/6,1/12,1/20 and 1/24 on Notes score Editor.
With direct sound board access and professional video, Lively lets fans put their phones down and their hands up. Audio is delivered immediately after the show, video within 24 hours.
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• High quality audio and video capture
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• Sync to multiple devices
• Access Lively’s entire library of live content
• Listen offline
• Make playlists of individual tracks
• Discover new artists and shows
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This is a MIDI controller! The app does not itself play or record audio!
Try before buy! Free version available for testing.
Supports Cubase / Nuendo, Live, Logic, Pro Tools, Sonar, FL Studio, REAPER, Reason, Studio One, Samplitude, SAWStudio Digital Performer (7.2+), Vegas / Acid, Tracktion and Bitwig workstations. Standard functionality like mixer and transport operation will be accessible in other applications with basic control surface support as well. As of version 1.1 the app can also send MIDI Machine Control (MMC) in parallel with or alternatively to standard DAW control.
Besides control surface emulation, the app brings a number of general purpose MIDI controllers, such as a multitouch MIDI keyboard, multitouch launchpads, a MIDI mixer, configureable xy-controller pads and the possibility to link a phone's sensors to MIDI controllers.
TouchDAW works with RTP or multicast MIDI over WIFI and is directly compatible with Apple's Network MIDI implementation in Mac OS X, native RTP MIDI implementations for Windows and ipMIDI. There is no computer side server or protocol conversion software other than the driver required.
Later versions add support for MIDI over tethered USB connections, ADB and WebSockets. A free driver, available from our website, is required for those.
As of version 1.4. the app can also be used with class-compliant USB MIDI interfaces on devices that support USB host mode.
The apk contains both tablet and phone versions. You can safely ignore Google's "Designed for phones" tag.
Try before buy! The free version - though feature limited - is mostly identical and will let you check if things are useable with your network setup before spending money.
The app needs some initial PC-side configuration, see website for help.
Problems, questions, suggestions? Please use website or email. The Play Store's comment section is not a support channel and help calls you leave here will not be answered.
It provides you easy and comfortable operation with Android device.
* Local Radio / Internet Radio / Media Center / FM / Aux-in / Bluetooth / DAB
* Edit "My Favorite" of the device
* Preset hotkey
All of the station you add will automatically save to "My Favorite".
* Radio station search
* UPnP/USB Support
* DAB Preset support
* Local File playback support
* Broadcasting support
* Change DLNA name
* Automatic check with software update for the device or you can check it manually on the settings.
Please check product user guide to see if App features are supported by your radio or not.
※ The menu of the app might not quite the same due to different models of different radios.
※ In order to improve its usability, please update your radio to the latest version.
※ For Wi-Fi only.
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Tag: AirMusic, mediaU, Control App, Remote, Remote Control App
This 22-tutorial course gives you a complete tour of Studio One and its great set of features. You learn how to set up your first song and configure the tracks to suit your writing style. Drag and drop is a big part of Studio One and you see you how seamless it is when adding virtual instruments to a track, for example. Then it's time to dive deep into MIDI and audio editing, where you discover how to create comps, add effects and automate your tracks on your way to getting that perfect mix. You also get a tutorial on Melodyne, a great tool to edit your vocals, which is included with Studio One.
While you're here, make sure and check out all the other courses on Studio One, and learn what this unique DAW has to offer to spice up your songwriting!
This course starts with a series of tutorials that help you build efficient studio sessions with Live's default set template and new default track templates. Then you’re off to organizing the browser for quick access to your favorite sounds, loops and effects. Live's Session view is typically regarded as a performance tool, but Noah shows how to make full use of it in the studio for the most intuitive workflow possible.
Looking at the new Audio to MIDI conversion tools and Ableton's deceptively powerful MIDI Effects, you learn how to generate new musical ideas out of thin air and then edit them like a pro with an in-depth look at Live's Audio and MIDI clip capabilities.
There are all kinds of crazy tips and tricks packed throughout the tutorial as Noah shows how to generate unique textures and hypnotic polyrhythms. You see how to create potent dynamic changes for stale loops and give them all unique swing timing with the Groove Pool – all non-destructively!
Once you've got enough ideas ready in the fertile sketch pad of the Session view, Noah shows how to record them into the Arrange view with maximum efficiency. From there, you see Noah's advanced arrangement and automation tricks that are sure to give you all kinds of new creative ideas.
Next he takes you through his Automatic Track Method to get you through the process of completing your track. Finally, you see how to use Live's newest effect devices to get the most out of your mix to make it as clean and warm or as trashy as you like it.
Through it all, you'll gain insight as to the motivation and discipline behind a hard working producer: it's one thing to jam out in the studio, but seeing your ideas through to a finished track is a whole other game.
Table of contents:
1. Configuring Your Default Template
2. Creating Default Tracks
3. Using the Browser
4. Choosing Your Sounds
5. Converting Drums to MIDI
6. Converting Audio to MIDI Melody
7. Converting Audio to MIDI Harmony
8. New Material From MIDI Effects
9. Recording Audio Clips
10. Recording MIDI Clips
11. Writing MIDI Drum Clips
12. Advanced MIDI Editing
13. Capturing Textures Via Returns
14. Hypnosis Via Polyrhythm
15. Recording Session Automation
16. Sound Design With Clip Envelopes
17. Adding Swing With the Groove Pool
18. Using 3rd Party Plug-Ins
19. Configuring Scenes to Record
20. Assigning MIDI for Live Control
21. Recording Your Sketch to the Arrange View
22. Configuring the Arrange View for Editing
23. Automating Your Arrangement
24. Split and Consolidate Editing
25. Freezing and Flattening
26. Transition Removal Edits
27. Adding One Shot FX
28. Clip Deactivation
29. Automating Return Effect Parameters
30. Part Exit Dubs
31. Basic Headroom and Levels
32. Bus Processing Compression, Saturation and EQ
33. Manual Compression
34. Expanding the Stereo Field
35. Adding Depth and Fixing Returns
36. Preparing Your Master Channel
37. Final Global Preparations
38. Polishing and Exporting Your Finished Track
When Matt Hepworth creates a course, you can be sure that you are in for an amazing educational journey! In this Advanced MIDI Toolbox course, Matt takes you further into MIDI than you ever thought possible. You learn advanced Cubase MIDI techniques and tools that most users don’t even know exist!
From deep production techniques like layering, expression and the acclaimed VST Expression to in-depth explorations of Cubase’s awesome MIDI plugins, this course covers it all.
So, if you use Cubase and you want to become a MIDI expert, sit back, dig in and be ready to learn everything there is to know about recording, editing, producing and going absolutely crazy with MIDI right here, right now in this Advanced MIDI Toolbox course by Matthew Hepworth.
And while you're here, make sure and watch all of Matt’s extraordinary courses covering all aspects of this powerful DAW!
Table of contents:
2. A Quick Primer on MIDI
3. Monotimbral vs. Multitimbral Instruments
4. Layering with Multitimbral Instruments
5. Layering Monotimbral Instruments with MIDI Tracks
6. Using MIDI Sends for Layering
7. Using External Synths for Layering
8. The Concept of VST Expression
9. Setting Up an Instrument Track for VST Expression
10. Articulation Directions and Attributes
11. Editing VST Expression in the Key Editor
12. Adding Dynamics
13. The Concept of Note Expression
14. Setting Up an Instrument Track for Note Expression
15. Editing Note Expressions in the Key Editor
16. Additional Note Expression Functions
17. The Concepts of MIDI Plug-ins
18. Arpache 5 Arpeggiator
19. Arpache SX Arpeggiator
20. The Auto LFO Plug-in
21. The Beat Designer Plug-in
22. The Chorder Plug-in
23. Compressor, Density, and Note to CC Plug-ins
24. MIDI Control Plug-in
25. MIDI Echo Plug-in
26. MIDI Modifiers Plug-in and Tab
27. MIDI Monitor Plug-in
28. Micro Tuner Plug-in
29. The Quantizer Plug-in
30. The Step Designer Plug-in
31. Track Control Plug-in
32. Transformer Plug-in
33. The Concepts of the MIDI Functions
34. Note Lengths and Mono/Poly Overlaps
35. Note Velocities
36. Note Doubles and Continuous Controllers
37. Other MIDI Functions
38. The Concepts of the Logical Presets
39. Exploring Some Popular Presets
40. Creating a Custom Preset in the Logical Editor
41. MIDI Step Recording
42. Creating a MIDI Tap Tempo Map
43. Creative Transposition
44. Creating a Groove Preset
45. Creating Velocity Layers
46. Sharing MIDI Events from Other Projects
Stay tuned and up to date of all news related to Sónar as well as its artists on each different edition and festival.
On MyAgenda section, you will mark as favourite all the events and activities you really want to see. Our app will notify you minutes before the chosen show starts, so you don't forget about it.
With our Venues section you will be able to virtually move and guide yourself along the whole festival area. On the Map section you can locate all the different venues, shows and so on and figure how to get there. With Augmented Reality, you will visualize all these different locations in a more modern and stylish way.
Besides, you can share on Foursquare and Facebook which event you are attending to as well as on the other social media where Sónar is available.
Use our incorporated radio to listen to all artists than you find on Sónar.
Available in English, Spanish and Catalan.
Requires Android 4.0 and higher
* Search by title, duration, or date recorded
* Choose between MP4 (general) or 3GP (smaller file size) audio formats
* Save to external storage (SD card) if available or internal storage
* Title each recording for easy access through library
* Clean and intuitive interface
Please note that this app is not designed to record phone calls as it has no access to the internal system sound (due to Android system limitations).
For support or technical issues, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet @conferresystems or leave us a message at facebook.com/conferresystems.
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Includes patent-pending Media Deck™ technology.
Includes patent-pending Media Deck™ technology.