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The best firewall and music files you'll find anywhere this week



This week, we're blocking annoying privacy-invading trackers with Guardian Firewall, creating cute (weird) tunes with Ioniarics, and discovering the next best thing to the keytar with Roxsyn.

Guardian Firewall + VPN

  Guardian Firewall does all the hard work for you.
Guardian Firewall does all the hard work for you.
Photo: Guardian Firewall

The Guardian Firewall is now alive and ready to protect your privacy. It's a firewall in the form of a standard iOS VPN. It works by routing all your traffic through the Guardian Firewall servers and filtering out privacy invading trackers.

The developers are fanatical about privacy and collecting as little user data as possible. As such, the service requires no registration or account and is paid for anonymously through the App Store.

Used for free, it shows you where your data is being sent, and with a monthly subscription you can block that data. And as always with any security service like this – especially one that directs all your data through its own servers – you should vet it thoroughly before using it.

Price: Free with sub-app in the track blocking app [19659010] Download: Guardian Firewall + VPN from the App Store (iOS)

Ioniarics

  Can you pronounce Ioniarics [19659013] Can you pronounce Ioniarics? <br /><span style= Photo: Abigail Macfarlane

This is a strange music producing app, but a pretty cool one. Ioniarics is an arpeggiator – that is, it plays the notes of a chord one by one, in rhythmic patterns. The twist is that it uses polyrhythms to create some really interesting patterns. And if you connect it to the right sound-creating app, you can even create some crazy-sounding drum parts.

Price: $ 6.99

Download: Ioniarics from the App Store (iOS)

Roxsyn Guitar Synthesizer

  Roxsyn on iPad: a synth app that rocks
Roxsyn – a rock-like synth.
Photo: Charlie Sorrel / Cult of Mac

Roxsyn lets you connect to your guitar and when you play it, synthesizer sounds come out. Unlike other apps and FX, which detect the pitch of your guitar and use it to play notes on a synth, Roxsyn uses your raw guitar sound as the actual synthesizer sound generator.

It also serves a complete package of knobs to refine and shape the resulting sounds, just like a regular keyboard driven synth.

Price: $ 9.99

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