[NAMM] The Z3TA+ synth ported to the iPad
Cakewalk announces at the Winter NAMM Show 2014 that its Z3TA+ virtual synth will soon be available on the AppStore for the iPad.
The Z3TA+ iOS app is based on the PC and Mac version with a GUI that is optimized for the iPad screen dimensions.
You’ll find in the Z3TA+ app a Synth page with 6 oscillators, 6 LFOs, filters and envelope generators, an Effect Page with distortions, EQs, compressor, limiter modulation, delay and reverbs ; a modulation matrix with 16 sources and a Performance section with an assignable XY pad, a tap tempo, modulation and pitch bend wheels.
The Z3TA+ App includes a virtual keyboard but you can also use a compatible external MIDI controller.
The app is expected in February for the price of $19.99. You’ll find more info soon at www.cakewalk.com.
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