Sorry about the posting again, but you may be interested in this one. It is also a close fit to the music examples you gave:http://audiojungle.net/item/antithesis-climactic-build/246173
Thanks for reviewing and this great opportunity.
Here’s one called sailing away, it is a soft song, but kind of reminiscent of Christopher Cross’ Sailing: http://audiojungle.net/item/sailing-away/243949
Another one that might fit the epic sound of the sea would be Chasing Blue Skies:http://audiojungle.net/item/chasing-blue-skies/301675
and finally, this one definitely sounds like something you might hear when looking at great big crashing waves and the sea:http://audiojungle.net/item/antithesis-climactic-build/246173
Thank you for reviewing and this great opportunity.
Here’s one that seems to fit what you are looking for.http://audiojungle.net/item/autumn-burns-red/407760
You may also be interested in this one, it is heavy, but well worth consideration:http://audiojungle.net/item/prelude-to-terror/406706
Thanks for the opportunity!
Here’s one that has many moods and may suit you well.http://audiojungle.net/item/autumn-burns-red/407760
Thanks again for listening.
Sweet list Slats,
I checked out the Moog Filtatron app. I’m going to have to get that one.
Another cool app is WI Orchestra. It has violins, violas, cellos, double basses, all with regular and pizzicato versions, along with trumpets, piccolo trumpets, trombones, bass trombones, french horn, wagner tuba, regular tuba, cornet, flugelhorn, euphonium, flute, piccolo flute, alto flute, bass flute, oboe, english horn, clarinet, bass clarinet, bassoon, contrabassoon, recorder, sopranino saxophone, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, C melody saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, bass saxophone, timpani, harp, glockenspiel, xylophone, marimba, vibraphone, celesta, and grand piano. Most of these instruments come in sets that you have to purchase, but they are relatively inexpensive.
The main issue I have with WI Orchestra is that the instruments aren’t in stereo. However, that’s easily overcome with the use of proper panning in any DAW . The other issue is that you literally have to play the parts and “audio record” them into your DAW as there is currently no export feature with the program.
Other than what is mentioned above, this is quite a usable program for those looking for an inexpensive way to compose orchestral pieces.
If you purchase it, check out the realism of the trumpet. I like to place it on mf dynamics with reverb and it comes out sounding quite impressive.
Anyway, that’s just another useful IOS app I thought I should mention.
Here’s a link to it on the iTunes Store: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/wi-orchestra/id434371426?mt=8
I have a questions that I could use some help with.
I was recently approached by an “independent” band from Texas that came across a watermarked loop of a track I have here on audiojungle (Prelude to Terror). It’s a “cinematic/metal” song that I recently uploaded here at audiojungle. This band contacted me and wants to know if they can use the loop on an upcoming demo release that they are putting together. I believe they want to use the loop “as is” and record their own vocals to it. Though they may be interested in re-recording it using their own band members.
Here’s the question: Should I advise them to purchase the extended license, or is there another route I should be taking with this?
I know some of you must have run into this type of situation before, and I would absolutely appreciate your insight.
Hello everyone. I just found a cool article that I somehow missed on the audio tuts+ site.http://audio.tutsplus.com/articles/general/25-tempting-music-apps-for-the-ipad/
It is all about cool music applications on the iPad. I found the article interesting and informative. But I think they are missing a few great must have apps. I can’t imagine a “must have” list for any musician with an iPad that doesn’t include at least one of Jordan Rudess’ products. Morphwiz is by far one of the most unique and usable apps in the iTunes store. Check it out here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/morphwiz/id377345348?mt=8 AND here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjQGVJJTKcc
If you already have Morphwiz, and you’re itching for more JR goodness, then try SampleWiz. It breaks the boundries for sampling on the iPad, and comes darn near breaking them for professional samplers. The touch screen and JR’s penchant for ease of access and instrument playing make it one remarkable find on mobile devices.
You can find SampleWiz here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/samplewiz/id431031166?mt=8 and here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=irpj9HdkiH0
One synth that I believe is a must have is nanostudio and for only $14.99, it’s a heck of deal! It is a mobile recording studio that has “analogue synths, sample trigger pads, a comprehensive sequencer, a sample editor, a mixer, and multiple efects all integrated into a singl application.” That’s not all! You can export your finished masterpieces and import them into yor favorite DAW by using iTunes file sharing, or by uploading your song to SoundCloud, and then downloading to your computer. What’s nice about this is the fact that you can utilize it’s stereo sounds in your songs and mixes. You can find nanostudio in the iTunes store here:http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/nanostudio/id382263651?mt=8#
I guess that’s enough for now. I will add more later. Please feel free to post your favorite music apps for iPad and share with your “family” here on the envato marketplaces.