Via the Flaming Stylus blog.
Some amazing stuff coming in version 1.2 of this excellent app. Here’s what’s made it so far:
- In-app purchase to upgrade 6 to 16 instrument tracks
- Configurable instruments on each track (TRG or Eden), mixer has its own track
- Up to 4 sequencer tracks per instrument (up to 64 sequencer tracks in total)
- Retina display support for iPod/iPhone 4
- Supports launching and purchasing other audio copy/paste apps via the Sonoma compatible apps list
- Sequencer track mute/solo, quantize down to 1/64, quantize event length and end as well as start, view grid without snapping
- Configurable mixer with volume/pan automation and up to 3 insert effects per bus (input, send or output)
- New effects include compressor, 3 band parametric EQ and Lo-Fi (bitcrush/decimate) setting added to Waveshaper
- Offline processing of samples through an effects chain using the sample editor (with undo)
- Better mixer VU meters and accurate clip detection algorithm for final output stage
- Better ‘picker’ for choosing controller events in the pattern editor, note events can now be seen when editing controllers
- Eden loads samples ahead of time, so preset changes are ready when they’re needed
- Increased instrument polyphony
- Tempo/time sig available from main menu
- New ‘click only during record’ setting
- Tidied up UI
More on the bug fixes and screen shots at the NanoStudio forum.
If you’ve never seen Bhajis, take a look at this.
I posted about this event recently, but I think it’s worth giving it another plug as it is great to see mobile music getting more academic attention.
The event is on the 17th of May at The Cultures of the Digital Economy Research Institute at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge.
Full details including how to participate at the here.
If you’re thinking of going to it, then please let me know.