Liine, makers of the popular Lemur iOS app, recently released an update to their Skram app that greatly enhances it’s functionality and adds new ways to share your creations outside of the iOS platform. Best of all, for a limited time it’s free – read Tarekith’s review inside.
Want to build your own custom layout control surfaces on iOS? Besides the major players from Liine and Hexler, there's a newer upstart, Midi Designer Pro, that is worth considering. Today, Chris Brackley gives the software a full review, including tips on using it in real world DJ scenarios and a critical eye to how design can influence the perceived quality of DJ tools.
Some of the biggest steps forward for controlling software from a touchscreen device have come from Liine – from the JazzMutant Lemur in 2009 to the iOS Lemur application in 2011. Now the Berlin-based developers have focused their efforts on building the ultimate iOS control surface for a current generation of Live users. Originally teased last December, […]
Electronic music and controllerism are constantly pushing boundaries of what’s possible with the latest hardware and software. While Traktor seems to be prepping an app of their own, there already exists a reliable way to control DJ software on your iOS device: Liine’s Lemur application. In today’s article, guest writer Winston Ray explains how to […]
Coincidentally, the same day that we publish our tutorial on making awesome TouchOSC mappings for DJs, one of the biggest competitors in the OSC control game is making a big announcement . Liine, who were famous for the JazzMutant Lemur controller, moved development to mobile devices a year ago and now have a brand new version […]
The incredible Lemur interface has been well known as the quintessential piece of digital kit that has worked its way into the booth with Daft Punk and Deadmau5. Just in time for the holiday season, Liine has relaunched the Lemur platform on iOS, bringing the powerful platform to an affordable new price point. Video, links, and more […]