Launch Buttons iOS App Now Available For iOS 6 & 7

launch-buttons-ios-android-ableton-liveDeveloper Alexander Nowak has updated Launch Buttons, a virtual MIDI grid controller, to add compatibility for iOS 6 and 7.

When Nowak originally introduced Launch Buttons for iOS and Android, it was only compatible with iOS 8. Now he’s updated it, for increased compatibility, based on user requests.

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Pro Midi For iPad Updated

pro-midiVitaliy Tarasyuk has updated Pro MIDI – a MIDI sequencer for the iPad.

New features in Pro MIDI include:

  • Inter-app audio with multichannel Audio Recorder.
  • Endless play (something like Song mode. After the end of the clip, next clip begins to play)
  • Export wav, midi through “Open in…”.
  • Improved access for clip “add/copy/paste/duplication, etc” actions
  • Quick link to create clip.

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Navichord Updated With Inter-App Audio, Audiobus & More

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Developer Denis Kutuzov has released an update to Navichord – an instrument and MIDI controller for the iPad – adding Audiobus and Inter-App Audio support and more.

Navichord also has added Roman numeral chord names on its harmonic grid, which lets you learn or leverage traditional music theory.

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Zivix Intros Jamstik+ and PUC+ With Bluetooth MIDI

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At the 2015 NAMM Show, Chris Heille of Zivix introduced the updated Jamstik+ and PUC+ with Bluetooth MIDI support.

Bluetooth LE MIDI offers high performance, without sacrificing WiFi connectivity from your iOS devices. Users can be connected to any iOS device or Mac and still browse the web, or use web-based applications.

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Nektar Updates Panorama Keyboards With Reaper, Apple MainStage 3 Support

Nektar_Panorama_Apple_MainStage_3At the 2015 NAMM Show, Nektar introduced an update to their flagship Panorama integrated keyboard controller products P1, P4 and P6.

They now offer integrated support for Apple MainStage 3. According to the company, adding Panorama takes MainStage to another level, providing complete transparency for the musician operating MainStage without having to keep a computer monitor within view. Continue reading