Intua has announced BeatMaker 2.2, and they’re bringing all sorts of MIDI love to the iPad music workstation.
Here’s what’s new in BeatMaker 2.2:
- MIDI Out, Sync, Thru and MIDI-over-WiFi support
- Virtual MIDI inputs/outputs
- MIDI Hotplug
- MIDI Import: import MIDI files into the song sequencer and pattern editor
- Export individual patterns to MIDI files
- New Swing feature for recording and pattern editing
- DropBox file sharing support
- Revamped Sample Lab/Chop Lab. Now everything can be tailored within the same interface.
- Non-destructive chopping options
- Customize sample bounds per pad
- Automatically create track patterns from chopped samples
- Export song to individual audio tracks
- Added amount multiplier and invert ADSR options
- Support for Apple Loops slice points (reading & writing).
- Korg’s WIST support (synchronizes supported music apps playback).
- Other general improvements and iOS 5 related fixes
This update has yet to hit the App Store. Version 2.1.2 is available for $19.99.
If you’re a BeatMaker user, let us know what you think of it!