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MidiPads 1.5 Released

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MidiPads has received its 1.5 update.

MidiPads 1.5, the universal drumpad controller for the iPad, has been released with these new features:

  • Presets (interchangable with other users)
  • Virtual MIDI: Trigger other iOS apps capable of virtual MIDI
  • Bouncing mode for touch pads and sliders
  • Multiple senders for each axis and knob
  • Buttons in bottom view
  • Resizable pads and resizable pad area (4 to 64 drum pads per page)
  • MIDI connection overview (tap on midi section)
  • Finger up / down message for touch pad and sliders
  • Settings reset feature
  • White color for sliders and drum pads

 

Pricing:

MidPads is available on the iTunes App Store (itunes.apple.com/us/app/midipads/id418216060) for 4 Euros or 5 Dollars.

 

At the same time, MidiPads Lite 1.5 has been released with these features:

  • Settings reset
  • Midi connection overview (tap on midi section)

 

An iPhone version is under development, which will be first released as MidiPads Lite for iPhone in a few weeks.

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