Developer Nikolozi Meladze has released a v1.1 update for MIDI Editor for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.
MIDI Editor turns your iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch into a music sketchpad. You can use it to compose melodies, chord progressions and drum patterns. It works with music apps that support MIDI input.
Here’s what’s new in version 1.1:
- Adds iPhone & iPod touch support.
- Supports landscape and portrait modes on all devices.
- Adds 64-bit support.
- Adds MIDI output channel selection.
FingerLabs has released DM1 for iPhone version 2 – an update that adds full MIDI support, new drum kits, new sharing options and more.
Here’s what’s new in DM1 for iPhone v2:
- Full Midi implementation 22 New drums kit
- Project export
- Master track volume added
- Dropbox & AAC encoding added for export
- AudioCopy2 SDK update (v2.0.1)
- Ergonomic improvements (editable tempo, steps highlights)
- Bugs fixes (countdown & export tempo issue)
DM1 is available in the App Store for US $1.99.
If you’ve used DM1 for iPhone, leave a comment and let us now what you think of it!
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