DM1 updated and DM2 as well. Here’s what’s new:

DM2 is now fully MIDI mappable. More than 130 parameters can be easily controlled by an external MIDI controller : go to the SONG page. First tap the “MIDI” button to select a MIDI controller as a Note Input source. Then tap the “MIDI LEARN” button. You can now navigate through the pages, select a Map (a blue rectangle) and play any Note or CC message on your external MIDI controller. Close the MIDI MAP screen and off you go. Please note that some Maps (for instance the OSCILLATOR PITCH) can either be in Absolute or in Relative mode. This latter is particularly useful when you are using a MIDI controller with encoders. For that just tap the “RELATIVE” or “ABSOLUTE” button when it appears on a MIDI MAP.

Enjoy,

The Audionomy Team

** NEW **

  • MIDI LEARN : more than 130 assignable MIDI parameters, with a “MIDI LEARN” mode (on the Song Page) for easy and fast Midi connections.
  • MIDI LEARN: one MIDI parameter can control multiple DM2 parameters.
  • MIDI LEARN : to clear a Midi-Learned DM2 parameter double-tap it in the Midi Learn page
  • AUDIOBUS 3 Compatible
  • IAA : reviewed & improved IAA sync with AUM, CUBASIS and GARAGEBAND.
  • DRUMS : a sound can now been saved and loaded separately as a USER sound. Tap “SOUNDS” on the DRUMS page, and open the LOAD popup.
  • DRUMS : simplified and unified SOUNDS popup

** AMENDMENTS **

  • MIDI : added midi channel description text
  • METRONOME : metronome volume is adjusted to the mixer Main volume
  • DRUMS : when playing, all steps (including empty) do now flash

** FIXES **

  • DRUM KITS+SONGS : fixed some loading issues
  • DRUM KITS : when modifying a loaded kit, the current kit gets the name of the song
  • MIDI : fixed bug when playing more than 2 sounds at the same time from a remote midi source
  • IAA : fixed bug when connecting and playing in the background DM2 in AUM | AUDIOBUS
  • MIDI : fixed bug when playing more than 2 sounds at the same time from a remote midi source

DM2 on the app store:

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2 comments

  1. Surely, this drum machine app should have been released for the smaller devices in the apple marketplace though? Correct. I am of course referring to the i-phone and i-pod touch…May I address the issue of rendering to .wav? Dropbox? Email to myself? There is no reason for this heinous foolishness. These tablets and phones have a hard-drive in them have they not? Must we engage in the tedious and loathsome practise of sandboxing files and opening them in i-tunes? There is something to be said for “drag and drop”…the ability to open the file storage of said i-devices in windows explorer and copy / cut / paste / delete the files directly…In a sensible file system, one must be able to oraganise ones files in a heirarchical fashion, naming folders and organising samples as the herat desires it. Having said this, I must add that there is indeed much to be said for “render to .wav” without an internet connection. Why must one jump through hoops to achieve these simple things. Apple have made almost every normal process in music making ridiculously annoying without any good reason for doing so. I dare say, I shall shun their company coat of arms and jump ship.
    Truly, I’m certain that, in this day and age, with many softwares, having become known as “apps”..that yes, in fact these offerings have been dumbed down to an unacceptable degree and yes, I do find myself in agreement with those who state plainly that indeed, milkytracker for PDA, windows mobile was better than, offering more functionality than almost all of these newfangled music “apps”, with exception of sunvox and g-stomper. That is how I feel.
    If I find myself disappointed with beatmaker 3 I shall be saddened, as I was with fruity loops…You may keeps your presets and such things. I cannot bear it.

  2. Surely, this drum machine app should have been released for the smaller devices in the apple marketplace though? Correct. I am of course referring to the i-phone and i-pod touch…May I address the issue of rendering to .wav? Must one open a Dropbox account? Must one email wavs to oneself? There is no reason for this heinous foolishness.
    These tablets and smartphones have a hard-drive in them have they not? Must one engage in the tedious and loathsome practise of sandboxing files and opening them in i-tunes? There is something to be said for “drag and drop”as there was since the beginning, in windows 3.1…the ability to open the file storage of said i-devices in windows explorer and copy / cut / paste / delete the files directly.
    In a sensible file system, one must be able to oraganise ones files in a heirarchical fashion, naming folders and organising samples as the heart desires it. Having said this, I must add that there is indeed much to be said for “render to .wav” as it is, plain and simple, without any need for an internet connection, a dropbox, icloud or any other preposterous and useless account.
    Why must one jump through hoops to achieve these simple things? Apple have made almost every normal process in music making ridiculous and bothersome without any good reason for doing so. I dare say, I shall shun their company coat of arms and jump ship!
    Truly, I’m certain that, in this day and age, with many softwares, having become known as “apps”..that yes, in fact these offerings have been dumbed down to an unacceptable degree and yes, I do find myself in agreement with those who state plainly that indeed, milkytracker for PDA, windows mobile was better than, and offering more functionality than all of these newfangled music “apps”, with the exception of sunvox and g-stomper, of course.
    That is how one feels.
    If one find oneself disappointed with beatmaker 3 one shall be saddened, as with the memory of the recent release of the new fruity loops…You may keep your presets and such things. A scholarly gentleman cannot bear such things.

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