Wolfgang Palm’s MiniMapper Now Available For iPhone

minimapperWolfgang Palm has released PPG MiniMapper for iPhone and iPod touch.

PPG MiniMapper is a performance synthesizer with a wide range of sounds for iPhone and iPod Touch.

Key Features:

  • New Sound map concept – create new sounds playful and experimental
  • Map Recorder generates new programs on the fly
  • Features the same audio engine that powers the highly popular PPG WaveMapper
  • Arptor – a flexible Step Sequencer / Arpeggiator combination
  • Schematic touch keyboard – zoom and scrollable
  • Build your own keyboard, with the keys you prefer for your music.
  • Powerful sound browser – sorting by category, bank management
  • Virtual and Hard-MIDI in/out – sending/receiving keys and polypressure
  • Sending/receiving the Icon positions and X/Y performers
  • Audiobus support
  • 10 min Audio recorder and Audio Copy
  • Context specific help for all pages
  • Easy data exchange between MiniMapper and WaveMapper

Here’s a video demo of MiniMapper in action:

Compatibility And Hardware Requirements:
iPhone 4, 4S or iPod Touch 4 minimum, iPad users can run it as an iPhone App.

PPG MiniMapper comes with 10 pages:

  • Sound Map – Manual Mode
  • Sound Map – Accelerator Mode
  • Sound Map – Magic Mode
  • Arptor – Start/Stop/Record, Range, Up/Down/Random
  • Audio Recorder / Keyboard Editor
  • Modifiers Page – two X/Y controller with selectable routing
  • System Setup – Number of Voices, Sample Rate, other constants
  • MIDI Setup – In / Out and controller
  • Preset Browser –
  • Bank Manager – copy presets between banks

MiniMapper is available for US $3.99 in the App Store.

10 thoughts on “Wolfgang Palm’s MiniMapper Now Available For iPhone

  1. Just picked this up – looks, feels and sounds like it’s big brother app on iPad. Happy to contribute $3.99 to the cause.

    1. This is a performance synth, you can modify and save the actual presets. WaveMapper allows you to make major change in to sound’s structure (oscillator, filters, routings etc). The patches you hear in this demo are free on Mr. Wolfgang’s website.

    2. You really get under the hood and make your own sounds from scratch. For example you can’t adjust the filter envelope of the sound directly. However in the mapper section you can move the filter icon over the different program boxes (they are just other presets) and use the filter settings from those programs to save a new sound. Its a really fast and easy way to discover new sounds.

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