Shredder Guitar Synth For iPad Updated

Yonac Software has released an updated version of Shredder (App Store link), which now has an added ‘Chordmaker’ feature.

With Chordmaker you can create up to 4-interval chords for each note, or choose from 17 built-in chord definitions. You can also transpose on the fly and save progressions to file.

To play chords, you simply pick the root note on your guitar.

You can also use Chordmaker to control other virtual MIDI compatible apps (such as ORGAN+ seen here) by sending out auto-formed chord messages.

Here’s what’s new in Shredder 1.1:

  • New Chordmaker Module for transforming individual guitar notes to chords or harmonies. With Chordmaker you can create up to 4-interval chords for each note, or choose from 17 built-in chord definitions. You can also transpose on the fly and save progressions to file. To play full-on chords, you simply pick the root note on your guitar. All this is configured via the touch-screen matrix on the Chordmaker screen.
  • Use Chordmaker to also control other virtual MIDI compatible apps by sending out auto-formed chord messages.
  • 13 built-in chord progressions to get you started
  • 14 brand new presets in the new “Polyphony” bank that utilize the new features
  • Upgraded synth engine, now with 6-voice MIDI-in & virtual keyboard polyphony, and up to 6 simultaneous voices via Chordmaker when using a guitar.

Shredder is available in the App Store for $14.99.

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