“PLAY THE GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE” lets you, yes you, actually play the most famous bridge in the world: the "Golden Gate Bridge" a suspension bridge that overhangs the Golden Gate, the strait that connects the Pacific Ocean with the San Francisco Bay.
The application lets you ‘strum’ or ‘pluck’ the Golden Gate Bridge (also using an external MIDI keyboard connected to the portable device via USB - MIDI and Apple Camera Connection Kit, or for example via WiFi or iRig MIDI) and record the sounds as a piece of music. The “Play the Golden Gate Bridge” App uses sounds taken from various parts of the Bridge and its environs and presents them in a way that quickly allows anyone to turn the Bridge into a musical instrument.
Open it up and you can strum or pluck the ‘strings,’ start recording what you are doing, play it back and play along—create up to four layered parts of you PLAYING THE GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE, and PLAYING ALONG.
Each unique sound that SFSE captured, the Vertical Cables, the Guardrails, Light Stanchions, the sounds of the Cars passing over bumps, the crashing of the Waves below, the South Tower—even the Main Cable that holds the entire bridge up—become instruments at your fingertips allowing you to not only play, but to record and play along with up to four parts of music that you create.
The App screen shows an artist’s rendering of the Golden Gate Bridge featuring the ‘cables as strings’ to play the sounds by touching them – like the strings on a golden harp. At the heart of the App’s software engine is a powerful sequencer and a small ‘recording studio’ designed by the software engineer Gianluca Natalini - NGCYBIT Robotics in Italy, allowing the user to build a series of rhythms and tones and play along with them.
Also in the App are the actual recordings of the sounds of the Golden Gate Bridge, as well as the story of how this all came to be, many years ago, the mystery at midnight in 1975 involving the cops, the creation of the San Francisco Synthesizer Ensemble, The Suite of music the Ensemble created 25 years ago for the 50th Anniversary celebration of the Golden Gate Bridge, their new piece “A Day in the Life of the Golden Gate Bridge” for the 75th Anniversary, the film “A Day In The Life Of The Golden Gate Bridge”.
Many of the sounds in the “Play the Golden Gate Bridge” App are the same ones used by the Synthesizer Ensemble to create their music for the Bridge’s 75th Anniversary.
The app can receive MIDI messages from an external MIDI keyboard or MIDI sequencer and play the corresponding audio sound sample (manually or automatically).
The application is compatible with:
- iRig KEYS
- Standard MIDI keyboards with USB to MIDI adapter + Apple Camera Connection Kit USB
- External MIDI keyboards over Bluetooth/Wi-Fi
- You pay only once and run on all your devices
* Minor bugs fixed
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.