Well according to Synthtopia it is anyway. Not sure what I think of this interesting iTar rig. Might be good for live stuff, might not.
MacRumors has a bunch of possible stuff that might come up on Monday’s WWDC Keynote.
Any other rumours floating about? Mr Jobs said that we wouldn’t be disappointed, and I hope we won’t.
- zoom controls
- hi/lowpass filter per track
- fixed a issue with the sample start param when automating it with the step params
- sample browser remembers directory when closing
- track send all button (the button sends all tracks to the selected effect. if for example a track is set to the effect 1 it will stay on effect 1 but the effect chain will be activated.)
- fixed bug with lost samples after upgrade from 1.0.0 to 1.0.1
- The mighty pattern matrix
Synthtopia has this post on a video from Motherboard TV on Reed Ghazala.
Sorry I couldn’t embed the video, it didn’t seem to want to work for me.
- Mass import of mp3 via iTunes: Use file sharing to transfer. Reforge automatically imports them if they have a .mp3 extension.
- History log: No need to create new files anymore for every paste. Go back and forth in history.
- Improved stability.
- Autosave of last used modification if app is aborted.
- Change selection GUI from markers to selection box.
- BPM/tempo information for each track is identified and displayed on main player screen.
- New setting: on/off BPM info on main player screen.
- Faster cue prelisten.
- New setting: enable autocue switch on/off
- Increased “save” and “prev” button sense area.
- Improved Beat-counter function to measure down to 40 BPM.
- SMART AUTOSTEP routine with lots of user defined options.
- New setting: pitch hold speed slow/mid/fast.
- New setting: pitch button step: 0.01/0.02/0.05/0.1/exponential.
- ABC Register for track library.
Make on the world’s smallest violin!
Low latency recording and automatic quantization allows three perfectly synchronized tracks to be created at an instant. Each track can be up to one minute in length.
Mixing volumes has never been easier; simply drag your finger between corners of the triangular shaped mixer.
Create rhythmic patterns by passing tracks through the loop effect that allows individual bars to be looped and/or reversed.
Allows the output of the microphone when connected to an external audio device. Choose between two modes to suit your situation.
Matrixsynth posts on Tristan Perich’s release inside a CD case.