Kurzweil Releases Free iPad Sound Editor Apps

kurzweil-ipadKurzweil has introduced a pair of iPad patch editors:

  • PC3K Sound Editor is a Sound Development tool created specifically for Kurzweil PC3K keyboard/synthesizer. It requires a Kurzweil PC3K keyboard.
  • Artis Sound Editor is a Sound Development tool created specifically for Kurzweil Artis keyboard/synthesizer. It requires a Kurzweil Artis keyboard.

Both apps are free downloads.

9 thoughts on “Kurzweil Releases Free iPad Sound Editor Apps

  1. I still think KORG could really re-invigorate their VAs with iPad app/s.

    1 app with controllers for the microkorg line and R3, with bouncing balls and crazy shit like that.

  2. I’m hoping they bring out an editor for the k2000r, I love the sounds it can produce, just fiddley with the tiny screen and multiple layers of editing bliss or pain if you’re new to synthesis, as I was when I first got the beast. I thinking though I’ll have to fire up lemur or touch osc and build my own editor.

      1. Absolutely! I love my k2000, but the most modern editor available is MidiQuest. If I could edit from the iPad, it’d bring a whole new dimension to this synth.

    1. I should do it, but I get the fear when I think about mapping out all those controls, but the thought of using the ipad instead of the tiny lcd, brings a tear to my eye. Hopefully the dev will read our enthusiasm and do something fantastic, if not, I’ll share whatever template I come up with, but be warned it will probably be a wtf is this sh*t moment.

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