….and, telePort Control is now available to buy on iTunes! An Universal App for both iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
Here’s a thorough live demonstration/performance, taking you through 3 “tracks” in seamless telePort fashion.
The beta links have also been updated with the beginning of an actual User Guide. Enough to get a general overview, connect telePort with telePort Control plus software/hardware instruments, and play them directly using MIDI keyboards. For more you will just have to pay close attention to this video or watch some of the old video tutorials on youtube.
Juvul will be back will a full documentation together with telePort 0.9.2 (no beta) after a short forced vacation!
telePort Control has finally been submitted to the App Store and will have an introductory price of just 2.99 USD.
Details will follow about when it will be available…
The beta of telePort has been updated and will most likely be the final for this version – excluding the manual which will be coming soon!
To celebrate here is a fun picture showing all the different views in telePort Control!
With only a few weeks until the App gets submitted to App Store here is a demo showcasing the previously undisclosed iPhone version of the telePort Control App. It is indeed an universal App although on the iPhone it has a different focus.
That focus led to this video, the first ever demonstration of telePort as a live looping system. Enjoy!
This is the same test telePort Scene as the last couple of Soundcloud posts, but this time it is to give a new WIP view of the iPad App! Quite shaky and unprepared but I had an extra iPad to complete and test multi-iPad functionality only for one weekend, and found it deserved a little video!
From Ctrls: “This software has basically teleported my production process to a more musical and intuitive place. Currently testing the, soon to be released, prototype and having a lot of fun in the process!”
Here’s a video from two weeks ago of Ctrls playing (in Distillery in Leipzig) with the upcoming new version of telePort featuring a bi-directional iPad controller, finally making it a Lot more approachable!