Here’s what’s new in DrumJam 1.1:
- Audiobus support: Now you can stream live audio from DrumJam directly to other Audiobus-compatible apps.
- Optimized for iPhone 5 and new iPod touch
- Korg WIST (wireless sync-start) support
- Fixed MIDI sync drift issues
DrumJam offers dozens of different instruments to choose from, each with up to 20 different patterns. You can change the levels, alter the pan, mute, solo, and tweak a low-pass filter to customize each individual part. DrumJam can also automatically randomise periodically for hands-free unpredictability. A time stretch system and multiple-tempo loop recordings mean that you can get] natural sounding audio across a wide tempo range. In addition to the looped patterns, you can play a variety of virtual percussion instruments, including Kanjira, Ghatam, Djembe, Bongos, Dube and Cajon, and more.
DrumJam lets you record loops or a whole performance to later import into your DAW or other audio app as 44.1kHz 16-bit WAV files. DrumJam supports export via iTunes file sharing, open directly in another app, email, AudioCopy, and export to SoundCloud. There is support for background audio, Audiobus support, and a comprehensive MIDI implementation that supports clock sync in and out to lock in with whatever you have via CoreMidi to/from hardware devices, network MIDI, or other apps using virtual MIDI ports. You can also play the solo kits externally triggered via MIDI input, or output your live pad performance via MIDI output.
DrumJam is available for US $7.99 in the App Store.