In this video, Wolfgang Palm shows how to edit sounds in PPG WaveGenerator for iPad.
Pioneering synth designer Wolfgang Palm has released an update to PPG WaveGenerator, a software synthesizer for iPad that builds on the heritage of the PPG Wave keyboard.
Here’s what’s new in PPG Wavegenerator 2.0:
- Virtual and Hard MIDI Output
- MIDI Poly Pressure
- Touch Keyboard Extensions
- Minor improvements and fixes
Here’s what new in PPG Wavegenerator 1.3:
- Audiobus support
- MIDI Voice Per Channel mode
- MIDI mono mode
- MIDI Sustain pedal
- Improved Keyboard Octave Shifting
- Optimization of the audio engine – more voices
PPG WaveGenerator is $19.99 in the App Store.
If you’ve used PPG WaveGenerator, let us know what you think about it!
Sunsine Audio has released Generation – a sound pack for PPG Wavegenerator. It features 32 presets including 5 basses, 7 leads, 5 keys, 2 arps, 9 pads, and more
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: