Art from Synthetic bits has left the details of the update in the comments, but I thought I’d post it separately as well. Here’s a list of the changes:

  • Improved graphics, including retina support
  • Two new drum machines, LinnDrum and Roland TR77
  • New cleaner samples from all machines
  • Import custom samples (iOS3.2+)
  • Set pitch and trim of samples
  • Save/load custom drum box configurations
  • Save/load pattern banks
  • Tempo/swing saved with each pattern
  • Random volume/timing saved with box
  • Ability to switch in clave, clap, cowbell, ride sounds instead of rimshot, toms, crash
  • Tap tempo
  • Accent amount per step, per instrument
  • Queue up multiple sequences by pressing two sequence buttons,
  • or play two sequences simultaneously by pressing two sequence buttons
  • Pan per instrument (iOS4.0+)
  • Tap overdub and roll functions
  • Preliminary CoreMIDI support (iOS4.1+)
  • – MIDI IN: Notes, pattern, mute/unmute, start/stop/tap, clock sync
  • – MIDI OUT: Notes, clock sync
  • Itunes folder audio export support (iOS3.2+)
  • Start/stop latency improved
  • Misc improvements and bug fixes

Art goes on to say:
I wanted to make the 2.0 update a nice big one, but it’s probably the last time I’ll take that approach. I really should have released things (particularly MIDI) incrementally, it ended up being too much to work on at once. Live and learn…

All I can say is that I’m looking forward to the update. Clip to Evernote

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