Developer Alexandernaut has released Arpeggionome Pro - a professional MIDI arpeggiator for the iPad. Arpeggionome Pro features a redesigned interface, a robust MIDI implementation, parameter-change quantization and more.
The Arpeggionome Pro’s MIDI implementation is tuned to control external MIDI devices, digital audio workstations (such as Ableton Live, Logic, and Pro Tools), and other iOS MIDI Applications (such as GarageBand, Animoog, and DM1).
The video explores one of the more unique features of Magellan – the twin independent polyphonic synth engines. It covers: loading presets, foregrounding a synth, adjusting parameters, synth coupling, and other advanced settings.
Magellan is available now in the App Store for $4.99.
If you’ve tried out Magellan – let us know what you think of it!
iPad Music Software: Yamaha has introduced Synth Art & Drum Pad – a new virtual studio app for the iPad.
Synth Arp & Drum Pad is an iPad app with arpeggiator and drum pad that lets you play a built-in synthesizer or any connected MIDI device and produce music with phrases having ‘an abundant variety of musical styles’.
Korg has uploaded another intro video for one of its older products, this time for the Korg Koassilator.
We’d rather see new gear introductions, of course, but it’s nice to see Korg ‘backfilling’ intro videos for some of the products that are a little older. I hope that more companies follow Korg’s lead on this, because it’s sometimes surprising how little media is available on some fairly recent products.