I think that this tone sharing idea is fantastic, now you’ll be able to discover and share new set ups with other players! It’s also great to see Griffin Stompbox support, however I’d much rather prefer an Alesis AmpDock for stomping because it’s a pedal board and a docked audio interface. Interfaces that use the 1/8″ headphone jack on your iDevice almost always leave you with tons of feedback if you’re doing anything with high gain. Plus, docked interfaces are much more iDevice secure than interfaces with cables hanging out of the dock, which are okay if all you’re looking to do is practicing but if you want to perform with your iDevice or use a pedal board, I’d definitely recommend the AmpDock.
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I don’t think I’ve ever seen this one drop price, so if you’ve been waiting for a sale, you might not see another for a while. This is the only notation editor I own for iOS so I can’t really compare it to the others, but I am very satisfied with it.
DM1 – The Drum Machine for iPad, now avalible for iPhone. Here are the specs:
DM1 for iPhone works on iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S.
✔ Graphic design by Jonas Eriksson
✔ Smart ergonomy for fast creativity and fun
✔ 64 vintage and produced drum kits, mastered at in-house Fingerlab Sound Studios
✔ Step Sequencer with multi-touch matrix
✔ Mixer page with pitch, length and level rotary controls, pan controls, and custom drum kit per channel
✔ 9 Drum pads, quantized recording
✔ FX Trackpad for real-time sonic destruction
✔ 16 or 32 Steps per patterns
✔ The Randomizer tool
✔ Extra fast drum kit loading
✔ Playable pattern selection for extra creativity
✔ Mode song with intuitive editing
✔ High-quality export to FaceBook, SoundCloud, Email, iTunes shared folder or AudioCopy
✔ Audio background mode – It’s now on the list
✔ WIST synchronisation technology by Korg for syncing 2 iPhones/iPad together – It’s now on the list
It also supports Core MIDI, and is now on that list as well.