— Fingerlab (@Fingerlab) June 22, 2016
Which is great news for DM1 owners on iPhone or iPad!
Just a note that Link support is indeed coming to Genome MIDI Sequencer. Still evaluating what else will be added, but Link is a definite.
— White Noise Audio (@WhiteNoiseAudio) May 31, 2016
Thought I’d mention this as GMS is on sale right now too, so it’s a great time to grab this app.
If you know NOIZ then you’ll know it’s an awesome app for making music for just about anyone and it’s doing a great job of democratising music creation. Now it’s on Product Hunt! And it needs your vote! So go vote it up right now!
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So Audio News Room have more details on what’s coming to the OP-1 in the next update. It sounds good, there’s going to be a new sequencer mode and device’s knobs will now be push enabled, which could be interesting. If you want to know more then check the ANR page here.