Elliott Garage emulates the Linn LM-1 on iPad
Elliott Garage has launched on the AppStore the EGLM1 drum machine app for iPad inspired by Roger Linn’s LM-1.
- GUI reproduces the original LM-1 drum machine from the 80s
- 16 programable rhythm patterns with variable length
- Volume, pan and mix automation for each drum piece
- Looper available in the Song Mode page
- Swing and tap tempo
- Save user-patterns
- Export performances via iTunes, e-mail and Audio Copy
- Compatible with Audiobus and inter-app audio
- Supports MIDI Core and Clock for external devices and apps
- Korg Wist sync
The EGLM1 app requires an iPad with iOS 6 and later. You can download it from the AppStore for 2,69 € / $2.99.
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