Alternative products to AudioSwift

6 alternative and related products to AudioSwift

AudioSwift
Use your trackpad as a MIDI controller.

AudioSwift for macOS lets you use a trackpad as a MIDI controller. Control virtual instruments in your DAW, make beats, play notes and even edit photos faster in Adobe Lightroom, all by just using simple touch gestures over the trackpad. Try our free demo!

6 Alternatives to AudioSwift

Create & save multi-track music projects on a smartphone

FL Studio Mobile is DAW for Android and iOS where you can create and save complete multi-track music projects. Features include recording, sequencing, edit, mixing and rendering complete songs.

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DJ Mag Tech has been playing with some wonderful apps that will help you craft killer dance tracks. We've put together a list of our favourite five that offer professional results in a format accessible for newcomers to the production arena.
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FL Studio has been given its final update before version 13, adding a host of usability, performance and functional features.The UI is now fully re-sizeable, including all of ImageLine's native plugins, with Panel Picker allowing users to quickly render patterns to audio, as well as other managing tools and virtual MIDI controllers to mimic real world drum p… See more
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Finally, a sample browser that understands audio

Sononym is a sample browser that organizes your sounds using machine learning, and allows you to explore how they are related to one another.

✔ Search for similarity to any sound

✔ Live Recording to find matching sounds

✔ ML-based auto-classification / categorization

✔ Cross-platform : Windows, Linux and OS X

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Interactive art experiment where MIDI songs become cities

This is an interactive art experiment where MIDI songs become cities. Each row of buildings is an instrument in the song; each building is a note: the position is the time, the height is the pitch.

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This is doesn't use any Machine Learning btw, it's just a couple for loops and some if statements. You can upload your ✨own MIDI✨ to play with. I just used Aladdin as my default because why not.
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I made MIDI CITY 2000, an interactive art experiment where midi songs become cities. 🏬🎵⚡️ Each building is a note in the song. You control the density of buildings and rows - when you change it, you make a new city and a new song. 🎧 https://t.co/VQAW6lQO8f
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