Looking for Beta testers for MIDI sequencer iPad app

May 25th, 2011

UPDATE: This generated quite a lot of interest! I have enough testers for now, but I will let everyone know if that changes. Thanks!

I’m looking for a few dedicated individuals who:

  • Own an iPad
  • Own MIDI gear
  • Own some kind of iPad compatible MIDI interface (Camera Connection kit + USB Midi interface, or Line 6 Mobilizer, etc) or are willing to do network MIDI to their Mac.

The app focuses on sequencing songs and patterns using the iPad to control other synthesizers over MIDI. It supports CoreMIDI, network MIDI, MIDI Sync, .MID export and import, and the Line6 Midi Mobilizer interface. It also features a great multitouch interface to quickly and easily get down your ideas and hear them live.

If you are interested in getting your hands on this app, get in touch with us.

MIDI space quickly expanding on iOS

May 12th, 2011

It seems that MIDI is the new hotness for iOS music apps. Every week brings more apps adding MIDI features. Among the best so far are Bassline, Modrum and Funkbox, all of which have implemented MIDI Sync and local Network midi. This allows for cool stuff like this.

Looks like more big names are getting in the game when it comes to MIDI peripherals. We already have stuff from Line6 and Alesis. Yamaha has also announced the i-MX1 which looks a lot like the Line6 Midi Mobilizer but supports CoreMIDI. Still waiting to hear what the price will be.

All the attention that MIDI is getting validates my decision to work on developing a MIDI sequencer app. I expect to post some more info on it within the next month; all major features have been implemented and I am currently working on implementing the final interface designs.  MIDI updates are coming for bleep!BOX and bleep!Synth too, most likely after the launch of the sequencer app.



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