Endlesss, the new iOS music-making platform, is planned to roll out later in 2019, and as its launched approaches, we are beginning to get an enhanced picture of what it will comprise. What we are aware of is that Endlesss, driven by software developer and musician Tim Exile, has been placed as “a virtual place where you can share and make music solo, in the moment, or with friends.” It is been in the development for 3 Years, and in 2019, we will at last get to witness it on iOS.
Endlesss is developed on “Rifffs”—short snippets of songs with various layers that can be made with the help of either external instruments or the Endlesss app. The application will employ a grid-supported interface that adds effects and plays notes, and when it goes live, Endlesss will arrive with sample-supported synth, bass, and drum soundpacks. Users will also be capable of easily importing and exporting Rifffs to and from 3rd-party audio tools. If you make something in real time, you can transfer it to your audio workstation from your handset, and vice versa.
On a related note, one more music-streaming service earlier made an entry in the game. Qobuz (the French firm pronounced ko-buzz) declared that it is now accessible in the US and aims to take on the likes of Apple Music and Spotify by concentrating on sound quality, making hi-res streaming accessible to everybody without the requirement for proprietary gear.
Its 4 plans range from $10 for 320 Kbps MP3 quality streaming (the premium plan) on a monthly basis to almost $300 for full hi-res streaming annually and discounts from the hi-res download store (the Sublime+ bundle). The firm’s aim on quality indicates that its catalog is moderately smaller, but is nevertheless more widespread than Tidal Masters, which is also focused on audiophiles.