MIDI Editor Now Universal

midi-editorDeveloper Nikolozi Meladze has released a v1.1 update for MIDI Editor for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.

MIDI Editor turns your iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch into a music sketchpad. You can use it to compose melodies, chord progressions and drum patterns. It works with music apps that support MIDI input.

Here’s what’s new in version 1.1:

  • Adds iPhone & iPod touch support.
  • Supports landscape and portrait modes on all devices.
  • Adds 64-bit support.
  • Adds MIDI output channel selection.


  • Tap anywhere on the grid to create a note. Tap on the existing note to remove it.
  • Press and hold a note for a split second to select it, then drag your finger to adjust the note’s length, position or pitch.
  • Precisely edit a note’s position and length on the timeline by zooming in to its exact location.
  • Velocity Mode: Select a note and drag your finger vertically to adjust its velocity.
  • Adjust vertical and horizontal zooms independently on the grid.
  • Export the MIDI files to other apps such as Dropbox, AudioShare, Cubasis and Mail.
  • Change which app the MIDI Editor controls by selecting a MIDI Output.
  • Background Audio Mode: MIDI clip continues looping in the background while you tweak synth’s parameters.
  • Adjustable Tempo and MIDI Clip length.
  • Supports landscape and portrait modes on all devices.

Pricing and Availability

MIDI Editor is available on the App Store for just $4.99 / £2.99 / 4,49 Euro. MIDI Editor is designed for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. MIDI Editor requires OS 7.0 or newer.

One thought on “MIDI Editor Now Universal

  1. This “app” is a joke at best. How can THIS be called midi editor?
    It cannot even select and move midi notes. No copy/paste either. No files can be saved/opened/imported.
    No playback loop can be specified.
    This is not even worth downloading if it would be free. Just completely horrible.

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