Korg iKaossilator 2.0 Adds iPad Support

Korg has updated iKaossilator, its Kaoss style synth app for iOS, adding support for the iPad and more.

Here’s what’s new in Korg iKaossilator 2.0:

  • Audio Export records and saves your performance, just as you heard it
  • iPad native support allows the iKaossilator to fill the iPad’s large 9.7″ screen
  • “SoundCloud” allows users to share and remix loops with other users worldwide
  • “AudioCopy” provides an easy way to copy audio data between musical instrument apps
  • Flex Play makes it easy to generate fills and breaks

iKaossilator 2.0 is now available in the App Store. Through the end of December, it’s priced at 50% off.

Update details:

  • Audio Export saves your performance as a file – Now you can record your performance in real time, or export a completed loop as an audio file. By sending your creations to a Mac or PC via iTunes, you can share them with your friends or use them in a full-fledged music production. You can also upload them directly to SoundCloud.
  • Pad native support – Now you can perform taking full advantage of the iPad’s large 9.7″ display.
  • “SoundCloud” allows sharing or remix loops with users worldwide – The loops you create can now be uploaded directly to “SoundCloud” from within the app. If you attach the loop data when doing so, it will be shared to other users’ loop lists. Users worldwide can combine them with their own loops to create remixes.
  • “AudioCopy” lets you share audio data between musical instrument apps – Newly added support for “AudioCopy” from Sonoma Wire Works means that you can copy and paste audio data between apps. Audio data you export from iKaossilator can be sent to apps that support AudioPaste.
  • Flex Play makes it easy to generate fills and breaks – Designed for live performance, the Flex Play feature makes it easy to generate fills or breaks. Touch and hold Length or Tempo buttons, and then try stroking the touchpad. Movement in the X-axis will change the Length of all parts, and movement in the Y-axis will change the Tempo, allowing you to add dynamic changes to your song that will further expand your performance possibilities.

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