The price is now £200, down from the original £300, so if you want to take a look, click the link below.
This is amazing … Here’s what’s coming:
- added MIDI import; now you can load any MIDI files directly through the Load Song dialog;
- added support of the following MIDI commands: Start, Continue, Stop;
- number of MetaModule User Defined Controllers can be changed from 0 to 13;
- added MIDI Omni Mode (all MIDI channels will be accepted);
- new option in the Preferences->User interface: Show virtual keyboard; use it to show or hide virtual text keyboard;
- scrolling when highlighting in the Sample Editor;
- per-pattern Mute/Solo (Timeline menu -> Toggle mute / Toggle solo);
- Vorbis Player is now supports the sample offset commands (09 and 07);
- added ability to create a new pattern by double clicking on an empty area of the Timeline;
- new Timeline function – Slice Pattern(s) (knife position = current playing position);
- new std. pattern effect 23 – set controller value to the random number with range from XX (00..FF) to YY (00..FF);
- new std. pattern effect 1F – set BPM;
- new songs: Manwe – Early Fall remake (original by Tangrine); Kostya Mahnev – Midnight; take_my_hand;
- new simple examples: metamodule_test, metamodule_with_automation, random_ctl_values_with_range;
- new instrument (pads): moving_pad, vocal_synth, filter_slide_up;
- new instrument (keyboard): fm2;
- bugs fixed;
- and more features in the final release…
Dam-Drum 2.0, handheld drum machine and sequencer with four unique sounds selected by Dam-Funk. 2.0 features four new drum sounds – three based on the Roland R70 and a pitchable bass tone modeled after a Juno 106 – with new buttons and a matte circuit board. This is a collaboration with Dam and Bleep Labs in Austin, TX.
Tempting isn’t it …
I didn’t use the original and as far as I can see the updated version has just added the lightning connector.
I little reminder about this project from our friends at CDR. Really worth a look. Here are the samples …
Via iPad Music.