This video is a sneak preview of the upcoming Figooroo app for iOS.
Figooroo is designed as an unofficial companion app for Propellerhead Figure. It lets you open multiple Figure songs and lets you copy and paste elements from one to another or arrange them into longer songs.
Details on Figooroo are to come.
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kind of off topic, but does anyone know how he makes iphone software run on his mac? In the video i mean
There is an iOS emulator that is a part of the Xcode development tools.
The inbuilt emulator is ok, I prefer to use X-Mirage – third party product – I have no connection to that company..
Looks like this extracts the underlying MIDI data? If it does and you can export the MIDI data for use elsewhere, that would be spectacular!
That’s pretty cool, but why is this a stand alone app rather than just an added feature of Figure?
Not a Propellerhead app. Although one of their dudes mentioned on FB that he wishes the developer had worked with them on the integration.
It also appears to not work, so the developer should have worked with propellerhead.
Yep, apparently DOA. Kelle Paulson was who I was referring to earlier, and he states: “You’re getting this error message because the app is trying to use private api’s in Figure that has been deprecated in the latest version.”
Should have worked with Props on this one