Drum Session comes to your iPhone

Drum Session now comes to your iPhone, which, in my opinion is a very good thing indeed. I’d like to see a lot more of this especially with some of my favourite iOS iPad apps. I’m sure you know the ones I mean.

Anyway, rant over. Here’s what’s new:

  • iPhone Support
  • new user interface design
  • smoother piano roll editing
  • bug fixes

Drum Session 1.0.4 arrives

This is the fourth update since the launch of Drum Session, which is pretty impressive given that the app only launched last month. Here’s what’s new:

  • 6 new drum kits
  • stem export (each drum exports to its own audio track)
  • brighter pattern graphics for improved readibility
  • open in… export support for both MIDI and audio
  • allow IAA hosts to play, stop, rewind
  • many other bug fixes and improvements

Drum Session for iPad has arrived

If drums are your thing then you really need to take a look at this app. Drum Session for iPad has only just arrived and even though I’ve not had a great deal of time to play with it I’m already impressed. It has a nice clean interface, intuitive and straightforward, this is the kind of app you can just go to work with.

I’ll be giving it a full work out soon, and I’ll tell you more. For now, here’s the app’s description:

With a library of 3600 editable patterns, loops, and fills, Drum Session is a very fast, simple way to put together a complete drum track.

Workflow

  1. Select a pattern
  2. Drag it onto the timeline
  3. Press play

Features:

  • 3600 preset patterns
  • 30 complete sets of acoustic drum samples
  • Record your own beats
  • Piano roll style editing
  • MIDI in / out
  • Inter-app-audio (IAA)
  • Audiobus
  • AudioCopy
  • Export beats as MIDI or audio files
  • Connect to external drum kits or keyboards by MIDI

Drum Session for iPad is on the app store priced at $24.99:

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