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Category: MIDI Controllers Rank in Category: 11

iTunes Description:

TC-Data is a MIDI and OSC (Open Sound Control) controller that sends messages to other apps and hardware. The app has over 300 multi-touch and device motion controllers and triggers which can be assigned to any MIDI or OSC message output. TC-Data is not a synthesizer, but it is designed to control them, plus any other MIDI or OSC software.

With TC-Data, you create your own interface to send the gestures and touch motions you choose. There are no sliders, knobs, or buttons. TC-Data directly connects your touch movements to the outputs you program.

Create MIDI notes, CC, pitch bend, patch change, and aftertouch messages with totally unique multi-touch controllers. Or send values directly to your program of choice via OSC, where you can build your own project using TC-Data as the front-end.

• MIDI over Bluetooth (Mac)
• Inter-app control via CoreMIDI
• OSC over Wi-Fi (Mac)
• Support for external MIDI interfaces
• MIDI input passthrough
• Virtual MIDI output
• Fully assignable touch controllers
• Gyroscope and accelerometer motion control
• 300+ controllers and triggers
• 14-bit MIDI CC support

TC-Data is based on TC-11, an all-in-one multi-touch synthesizer. TC-Data takes the multi-touch controllers from TC-11 and opens them up to any external software.

What's new in v2.0.1

2.0 New Features:
• Split-screen multi mode
• Universal
• 14-bit CC support
• Support for all iPad resolutions
• Split-screen Multitasking support

Bug Fixes:
• Fixed MIDI channel assignment bug

2.0.1 Bug Fixes:
• Fixed multi-document launch crash

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