Patch Base Update Adds Bank Management, Performance Editing & More

Developer Chadwick Wood has updated Patch Base, his iPad patch editor/librarian for hardware synths, to version 3.

Patch Base lets you edit your hardware synths using a touchscreen interface.

Version 3 adds unlimited undo support for all of the editors, as well as bank management, performance editing, a new look, and more.

Bank Editor:

Setup:

Patch Base currently has editors for the following synthesizers:

  • Casio CZ-1, CZ-101, CZ-1000, CZ-3000, CZ-5000
  • Clavia Nord Lead 2, Nord Lead 2X
  • DSI Mopho and Mopho Keyboard
  • Ensoniq ESQ-1, SQ-80, and ESQ-M
  • Korg Volca FM, Minilogue, microKORG, MS2000, MS2000R, MS2000B, MS2000BR
  • Oberheim Matrix-1000, Matrix-6, Matrix-6r
  • Roland JD-Xi, JV-1080, JV-2080, JV-1010, XP-80, XP-60, XP-50, XP-30, D-50, D-550, D-05, D-110, D-10, D-20, D-5
  • Waldorf Blofeld
  • Yamaha DX7, DX7II, TX7, TX802, TX816, TX81Z, DX100, FB-01, FS1R

Pricing and Availability

Patch Base 3 is available as a free download. For full access to all editor features, each editor is available as an individual In-App Purchase for about $30, or as part of the $99 All Access option.

One thought on “Patch Base Update Adds Bank Management, Performance Editing & More

  1. I deeply appreciate people who offer good editors, because many synths can feel like a big bowl of Parameter Spaghetti, fast. If you’ve got an old Casio CZ or Matrix-1000, tools like this can breathe new life into ’em. If you have 4 or more of the synths on the list, this is a no-brainer. If you only come up with one additional sound bank per synth, its still a major bargain.

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