Developer TBStuff has updated TB MIDI Stuff for iOS, introducing the capability to customize the look and feel of your DIY MIDI controllers.
The update lets you use custom knobs, sliders, drum pads and more. Controllers for the microKorg and MiniV are provided that demonstrate the new capability.
Here’s what’s new in TB MIDI Stuff 2.1:
- Brand New Controls : Image Controls, Leds & Meters
- Tooltips Wizards
- Pick List Controls Fine Tune (double tap)
- Internal Methods Call with Drum Pads
- Panel Page Variable to quickly do multi panels pages
- Default Value on Pick Lists
TB MIDI Stuff is available for US $4.99 in the App Store.
If you’ve used TB MIDI Stuff, let us know what you think of it!
5 thoughts on “TB MIDI Stuff 2.1 Commercial Video”
Watch this video again, and think of Stevie from Malcolm in the Middle.
I was expecting the Thriller intro, the beginning chords are very similar xD
I bought this but have yet to dive in to it. I bought this specifically for it’s sysex ability but have a question that I hope someone can answer, can it learn sysex strings or do they have to be entered manually? The manual isn’t terribly descriptive.
You have to enter the sysex strings manually, there’s a special input keyboard for the sysex message field that allows you to enter hex values and put in the placeholder for the controller value and (optionally) the checksum.
Never thought I’d find myself pining for the good ol’ days of dubstep in demo videos, but my god that track was awful