NanoStudio Now Available For Mac – For Free

Blip Interactive has released a Mac OS X version of its popular iOS virtual studio, NanoStudio.

Better yet – it’s free!

Key Features:

  • NanoStudio has virtual analogue synths, sample trigger pads, a comprehensive sequencer, a sample editor, a mixer and multiple effects all integrated into a single application.
  • Record your ideas in real time, mix synth layers with samples, compose and arrange your tune using the sequencer and bring the mix alive with effects such as reverb, compression and EQ.
  • You can transfer projects between your OS X or Windows computer and your iOS device, or use NanoStudio’s audio mixdown options and export features to get your ideas over to your favourite desktop DAW.

Other features:

  • Eden synth (also plays samples) – single or dual keyboards, XY controllers, pitch bend and accelerometer control
  • Sequencer with up to 64 tracks and a piano roll editor for note, velocity and controller events, all with undo/redo
  • TRG-16 sample trigger pads
  • Sampling and resampling, sample editor and effects processor with undo/redo
  • Mixer with 4 inserts per channel, 2 global send busses and volume/pan automation on every channel
  • Transfer samples, final mixes and individual track mixdowns to your Mac/PC using NanoSync or email
  • MIDI input
  • Built in help

It’s free  – so check it out in the Mac App Store and let us know what you think of it!

12 thoughts on “NanoStudio Now Available For Mac – For Free

  1. Sounds great, but the controls haven’t really been optimized for the Mac. Everything is the same as the iOS version, which just isn’t very rewarding or intuitive without a touch screen. A lot of cool sounds though. Will still use it to make some jams.

    1. I wonder how it does with Mountain Lion with a Magic Trackpad. Well, perhaps I should just download and find out I guess.

  2. NS was always (since 2010) available for free for both Mac and PC’s – via direct download from Blip’s website…
    Not quite sure what all the fuss is about…

    1. That version was just direct port from IOS – it seems that this new version is optimized for larger screen on computers, etc.

  3. Great for people to be able to try this out. It is a fantastic app for composing electronica on the move and the sole reason I’m switching to an iPhone!

  4. What is new, is that it is new on the App Store, can’t really see the point unless there will be in-app purchases ….

  5. Just bought my first macbook, and am looking for synth/sequencer programs to play around with that won’t break the bank.

    I use Caustic for Android on my smartphone, and hope to find something similar.

    Just starting to investigate this nanostudio.

    Any tips or suggestions?

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