iPad Music Apps?


#1216

yes, MIDI input and sample folders are probably my favorite new features… it will be hard to resist this one


#1217

You just made my day.


#1218

mine too :wink:


#1219

On the Audiobus forum there are mainly negative comments on the Patterning 2 release, since Auv3 is not supported. I guess he might change his mind


#1220

Looking forward to ratcheting, not aware of many apps that do it for midi.


#1221

The tempo changes, MIDI improvements, and divide mode measure length are great new additions.


#1222

Good gods, that AB forum thread is unreadable due to all the bitching over lack of AUv3.


#1223

Yeah. Terrible.
I’m curious about the randomization features


#1224

Well, you know, if you give a mouse a cookie, he’s bound to ask for a glass of milk (smirk).

Hell, it’s a wonder we ever got anything done before AUv3 support.

Personally, at least as far as drum machines are concerned, I actually prefer standalone apps. It is a whole $15.xx though, so I can understand the sense of entitlement. I mean, come on…

Cheers!


#1225

You can do it with Quantum.


#1226

Looks like he beat me to it - the Tony Saunders apps (Quantum and midiSequencer)


#1227

Any suggestions for something like an sh-101?


#1228

Also interested

With the loss of my OT can anyone suggest any amazing step sequencer apps that might fill the void for a bit? I’d really appreciate it.


#1229

AUM, plus bram bos rozetta is the best set of sequencers


#1230

The best step sequencer I know is Quantum hands down


#1231

What happened to your OT? Mine has gone back to the shop for a closer look at an issue I was having. First weekend without it and I’m surprised how much I miss it given I was mostly just messing around on it.

I got rozetta like @ZaBong said, which I’m using with Zeeon in Aum for now


#1232

Cheers people I’ll give em a look, and nothing bad happened, I’ve just gotta sell it temporarily. shame to hear, mines always been rock solid. Mk1 or 2?


#1233

Ah that sucks hope you get back on it. I was having some weird midi issue, even support was stumped, was a mk2


#1234

Sunvox has a great step sequencer. Patterns are pretty flexible - can have tracks with patterns of different lengths, tempo changes, patterns can be arranged in any arbitrary order, even if theyr’e not all the same length, lots of automation, etc.

I have not tested the MIDI out personally, though there’s a SunVox evangelist who claims it drives all his hardwarre synths just fine.


#1235

Of course as soon as I post about a sequencer I read about yet another brand new sequencer that looks shiny