Elastic Drums has been updated to version 2.4, with updated support for Ableton Link, MacOS M1 support, new presets & more.
The structuring of samples and presets has been changed: In App Purchase sample kits are now only loaded when needed, and the more than 200 presets are now available as free downloads. This has reduced the size of the app by 2/3.
You will find the downloaded files in the apps document folder, also visible via the Files app.
Here’s what else is new:
- iOS 14 Ableton Link support (networking.multicast) and Ableton Link SDK Update
- Ability to set a Sync delay for Ableton Link and IAA Sync (similar to existing Midi Sync delay) to reduce latency to host / finetuning
- Bugfix for iPad 8 distorted sound (restart might be needed)
- Bugfix: Bluetooth crash due to missing certificate
- Design improvements for newer iPhone and iPad (10,9″) devices
- ‘Open in’ now also works with files from Files app
- Factory Presets and IAP Samples have their own folder in the documents section
- Updated/cleaned factory presets, added new Presets from Servando
- Updated Bill Jobs IAP kit (more presets, more samples)
- New Sample kit from Sound Provider aka Leonard de Leonard
- Enabled desktop iPad version for Mac machines with Silicon / M1 processor
A new sample pack, Analog Techno Provider, is also available:
Pricing and Availability
Elastic Drums is available now for $9.99. Sample Import and sound libraries are available via In App purchases.