Friday’s Freeware: Wejaam
This week, the friday will make everybody happy for it can be used on iOS, Mac and PC to create electronic music.
Wejaam is, on one side, an iPhone, iPod and iPad app that combines a 6 pattern-sequencer, each with 32 notes, 6 instrument channels (sampler or synthesizer), one filter per channel, 2 effect sends per channel to be chosen between delay, reverb, flanger, chorus and overdrive. A 3-band EQ and a limiter are also available on the output.
You can export recordings and play with other users via Bluetooth sync. Note that in this mode, all iDevices will use the same audio output. Audiobus is also supported.
The standard version of Wejaam is available for free at the AppStore, you can then upgrade to the Pro version (4.49€) and add additional sound library via in-app purchase.
On the other side, Dan Armandy, creator of the app, developed the Wejaam Designer, a groove drum synth in standalone and VSTi formats for Mac OS X and Windows. You’ll find a sequencer, a sampler, a synth and a randomization feature to create grooves, bass lines, chords, loops and more.
To download the Wejaam Designer, visit www.wejaam.com. The software is free but you will have to register on the website. Mac users should beware of the Gatekeeper settings, for the app is not signed. Last, watch carefully the activation video that explains how to get and activate the licence number (it may take up to 24 hours).
Have a great musical weekend!
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