MIDI Editor Update Adds MIDI Clip Browser, iCloud Support

midi-editor-iosDeveloper Nikolozi Meladze has released a v1.2 update for MIDI Editor for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.

MIDI Editor turns your iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch into a music sketchpad. It works with your favourite synths and music apps that support MIDI input.

New Features in 1.2:

  • Added MIDI clip browser
  • Added iCloud support for MIDI clips
  • Added Undo/Redo
  • UI improvements
  • Bug fixes
  • MIDI Editor Features


  • No complicated editing modes. Simply tap anywhere on the grid to create a note. Tap on the existing note to remove it.
  • Press and hold a note for a split second to select it, then drag your finger to adjust the note’s length, position or pitch.
  • Precisely edit a note’s position and length on the timeline by zooming in to its exact location.
  • Velocity Mode: Select a note and drag your finger vertically to adjust its velocity.
  • Undo/Redo edits.
  • Adjust grid’s vertical and horizontal zooms independently.
  • MIDI clips sync via iCloud.
  • Export the MIDI files to other apps such as Dropbox, AudioShare, Cubasis and Mail.
  • Change which app the MIDI Editor controls by selecting a MIDI Output.
  • Background Audio Mode: MIDI clip continues looping in the background while you tweak synth’s parameters.
  • Adjustable Tempo and MIDI Clip length.

Pricing and Availability

MIDI Editor is available on the App Store for US $9.99 / 8,99 Euro. MIDI Editor is designed for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. MIDI Editor requires OS 7.0 or newer.

One thought on “MIDI Editor Update Adds MIDI Clip Browser, iCloud Support

  1. Now at least it now can save and recall files!!! No, it really could not even do that before this update. All other essential features for a midi editor are still missing.
    Has no note select/copy/move, has 1 channel only, no playback loop, no midi import, no midi clock sync – for starters.

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