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Beatmaker updated to v2.5

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Intua released on the AppStore the v2.5 update of its BeatMaker app for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.

What's new in BeatMaker 2.5:

  • Audio inter-app support on iOS 7
  • Built-in store for new sound libraries purchase
  • New stereo delay effect
  • MIDI Note Learn on the drum machine
  • Improved MIDI Clock and transport messages (MIDI Clock messages are sent by default)
  • Quick MIDI CC Touch'n'Learn on instruments, mixer and effect controls
  • All the instruments listen on MIDI Channel 1 by default
  • Take-Over mode to read sequencer automations
  • OMNI disabled by default
  • Session auto-save now includes the name of the project and place them in a special directory called Auto-Saved Sesions
  • MIDI GM mapping mode for the drum machine
  • Direct editing of the note length in the pattern editor
  • MIDI setup templates now save note custom mapping
  • Updated Audiobus SDK to v1.0.2
  • Various improvements and fixes

 

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