Intua has updated Beatmaker, adding Inter-App Audio, new effects, better MIDI support and more.
Beatmaker is a powerful mobile virtual studio for iPhone and iPad.
Here’s what’s new in Beatmaker 2.5: Continue reading
Here’s what’s new in Beatmaker 2.4.3:
Sunsine Audio has announced plans to release Beatmaker 2 and Nanostudio versions of drum kits and samples from Wavshaper.
The iOS versions will be available exclusively through Sunsine Audio, while the original Wav versions will remain available from Waveshaper. Both versions are priced exactly the same.
The first “converted” release is – STIX 305. Continue reading
Audiobus – the much-anticipated system for routing audio between iOS applications – is scheduled to be released Monday, December 10th, with support from about a dozen apps. Given the huge number of iOS music apps now available, that means that some of your favorites aren’t on the list of Audiobus-compatible apps.
More apps, though, should be getting Audiobus support soon:
Reader Tim Webb, aka discchord, sent this video our way, offering his take on Beatmaker 2 for iOS:
With BeatMaker 2 going Universal I gave it a go on the iPad. This is one of the better Universalizations, as it does not feel crippled by it’s iPhone origin; in terms of both the UI and performance.
BeatMaker 2 is an elaborate studio with loads of effects and hundreds of samples. I ignore both of those facts completely as I go on a wild tear to put it through its paces. Included are tips on Hokusai and all kinds of sample chopping fun.
See Webb’s site for more tips related to Beatmaker 2.