Fairlight App for iOS
Developed in Australia during the ’70s and ’80s, the Fairlight CMI (Computer Musical Instrument) was the first commercial sampler and screen-based rhythm sequencer.
Every sampler, digital synthesizer, sequencer and audio workstation can trace its lineage back to this machine, according to Fairlight.
You can buy and download the standard App from iTunes and play original Fairlight CMI sounds and sequences. You can also use the in-app upgrade process to get all the Pro features listed in the Features page.
Viewers of this article also read...
- Cableguys Curve in 64-bit Cableguys has announced that Curve 1.2 is now available for public beta testing.
- Prime Loops Rasta Vocal Samples 2 Prime Loops introduces ‘Rasta Vocal 2’, a series of shouts and phrases taken from three ragga MCs designed for dubstep, hip hop, breakbeat, drumnbass or bass-heavy tracks.
- Green Oak Crystal Synth XT App Green Oak Software has updated Crystal XT for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch to version 1.2.