Remix Large Assault's new songs with a sensor-conscious iPhone app
It has been fairly some time (2010 to be actual) since Large Assault dropped an album. However they’re again with a brand new tour and extra importantly new music. However as an alternative of simply dropping a number of singles on Spotify, they’ve created the trippy Fantom app for iOS that makes use of your heartbeat, time of day, digital camera and movement to remix their songs. Your private remixes with video might be shared to Twitter and Instagram or simply saved to your digital camera roll.
Along with being manipulated by what’s seen within the digital camera and your actions, totally different parts of a music can be performed based mostly on the time of day. So what you combine at 4pm might be totally different than what you combine at 10am. One other intriguing facet is using heartbeats. However to get that working, you will want an Apple Watch.
The app works with iPhone 5S and later. However whereas the clips for the remixes are at present within the app, the unique variations of the brand new songs are nonetheless throwing an “obtainable quickly” window when chosen.