Novation recently released the LaunchPad S – a ‘Brighter, Faster, Universal’ version of its popular MIDI controller for Ableton Live.
Here are the main improvements in the LaunchPad S over its predecessor:
The Launchpad S has brighter LEDs;
The new version has a significantly faster LED refresh rate; and
The Launchpad S is now class-compliant, which means it will now work with other software and with the iPad.
Is the new LaunchPad a worthy successor to the original? And does it make sense to upgrade? Let’s take a look…….
, the 48-track digital audio recording system for iPad, has been updated to add MIDI support. Auria
The update adds support for MIDI Sync, MIDI support for plugins, MIDI remote control, but not full-fledged MIDI sequencing.
Here’s what’s new in Auria 1.10:
MIDI Sync with MTC, MMC and Midi clock options
MIDI support for plugins
MIDI remote control for controlling Auria with Mackie MCU and HUI surfaces
Full MIDI MTC chase capability
Mixdown e-mail option
Clip-based gain handle
New Icon bar in Editor
Snap to locators, markers and highlight
Auto input monitor option
WaveMachine Labs has released an update to Auria, its 48-track digital audio recording system for the iPad, adding support for Acidized and Apple loops, improved AudioBus support and an automatic snapshot system.
Here’s what’s new in Auria 1.07:
WaveMachine Labs has released Auria LE, a 24-track digital recording system, designed from the ground up for the iPad.
Auria LE is an entry-level version of Auria, and can be expanded to the full version via an in-app purchase.
The latest episode of Nick Batt & Gaz WIlliams’
Sonic Touch video podcast features three iPad apps: Tachyon, Spacewiz and Auria.
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WaveMachine Labs new 48-channel recording app has been blowing up the comments since we announced that it was available earlier today.
Here’s an early review, via Russ at
airusersblog. He demonstrates the interface and demonstrate how it works with a project.
While a lot of readers have been skeptical about Auria’s $50 price tag, Russ calls Auria ‘fantastic’ and ‘an outstanding value for the money’.
If you’ve used Auria, let us know what you think of it!