Dazibao now on the iPad
French developer Hervé Noury announces the release of his Dazibao virtual synth on the iPad.
Dazibao for iPad features a brand new innovative user interface on which buttons and jacks have been removed. Instead, the user creates a collection of timbres (with chorus, vibrato, pan) that are spread on timelines and the app automatically creates transitions. You can use an organ sound followed by strings, and so one, Dazibao will do the rest so you’ll easily create evolving sounds.
The iPad version of Dazibao is designed for live use. It also includes a TR/Simmons-like drum machine and bass lines and the app can be controlled via a MIDI keyboard. Note that the patch created on the iPad app are compatible with the Mac OS X version of the synth.
Dazibao is available on the AppStore for 6.99€ / $7.99.
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