Electric Piano Synthesizer Adds CoreMIDI Support

Electric Piano Synthesizer

A few weeks ago, developer Christian Bacaj introduced Electric Piano Synthesizer – a piano modeling synth for the iPad.

While it had an impressive feature list, MIDI was missing in action. We and a lot of readers wondered “Where’s the MIDI?”

Here’s the MIDI – Bacaj has announced Electric Piano Synthesizer 1.1:

Update v1.1 should be available this weekend (submitted to Apple last friday). CoreMIDI via CameraConnectionKit or Network is supported now.

New Oscilloscope design and Sound Engine improvements are also included. Also the possibility to tune or finetune the EPS called “A4 Tuning”. I´ve also added linear knob movement (vertical and horizontal).

EPS 1.1 is now available in the App Store.

Kudos to Bacaj, and other developers, for listening to Synthtopia readers’ requests for MIDI support. 

EPS offers some deep modeling synthesis options – and with CoreMIDI support and a $2.99 price – it merits another look.

via PalmSounds

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