MultiTrack Studio for iPad updated to v1.8
Following version 8 for Mac and PC, Bremmers now updates the iPad edition of its MultiTrackStudio DAW.
What’s new in MultiTrackStudio for iPad v1.8:
- Improved sound quality of all the instruments
- Soft pedal support for all the acoustic pianos (controller #67)
- Legato support for all bowed and many wind instruments (controller #68)
- Added filter and resonance controls to the synths
- Individual adjustments for the kick, snare, hi-hat, tom, ride and crash levels for the drums
- Added a swing option to the MIDI editors for quantize
- “R” button added to the MIDI pitch editor to define the pitch bend range
- Ability to switch tracks to Practice Mode via a double tap on the track Play button, regardless of instrument or effect pane visibility
- Lowered minimal tempo to 8 BPM
- The “speaker” symbol on the tracks now shows when the output signal is clipping
- Fixed a stereo input to mono conversion issue in the Stereo Imager
- The Extension Pack now includes a multiband compressor effect
MultiTrackStudio for iPad v1.8 is available at the AppStore. The app costs 29.99 € / $.
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