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triqtraq Updated with AudioCopy/Paste!

triqtraq was one of the more interesting iPhone beat-makers released last year, and today it got its first update!

What's new in 1.1.0:

  • record your real-time jams, patterns and queues to .wav
  • export your recordings to Soundcloud, Audio Copy, E-mail or iTunes
  • import sounds with Audio Paste (via the User tab in Load Samples)
  • retina graphics for iPhone

Bug fixes:

  • fixed sample preview level
  • sample preview in step editor when record button is off
  • .WAV upper case extension import allowed
  • improved swing and decay algorithms
  • several other bugfixes

Buy triqtraq on iTunes: $1.99 (iPhone)

Although AudioCopy/Paste seems old-hat these days, this is still a welcomed development for the app. Both importing and exporting are now possible with this method, instead of the busted iTunes file-sharing! It is a shame development is not more rapid, 1.0 came out in May of last year, but at $2 we can hardly expect Zaplin to quit his day job!

Here is a new video from the developer, showing off pattern jamming!

Reader Comments 10

acp old hat? How then will people import one shots or loops made
in other apps into triqtraq?

acp is certainly not redundant!

February 15, 2013  | person_outline cyclops

just got it and like it. similar to wejaam, and figure, but different enough. $3 for all 3? yeah ok i'll take that.

February 15, 2013  | person_outline Anonymouse

forgot to mention.

Excellent use of the space available. Really well thought out. and i appreciate that.

February 15, 2013  | person_outline Anonymouse

Bought this yesterday and love it!

If you like the "instant, fun music" aspect of Figure or iKaosillator you'll love this.

The app is packed with features and they are well laid out. The developer has some useful tutorials on YouTube. They will get you up and running quickly:

A steal at $2!

February 15, 2013  | person_outline Simon

I must try this. I love figure and ikaosillator. This completely slipped under my radar when it was originally released. Of course, I only just recently became a discchord reader so that's entirely my fault! Cheers!

February 16, 2013  | person_outline Robert

Welcome! Judging by some of your other comments, you'll fit right in!

It's really good. Had it for a while and it's entertaining.

February 17, 2013  | person_outline ISM


Has anyone got this to work? I can't see any way to import a sample where the User tab is.


February 17, 2013  | person_outline Simon

choose A,B,C or D. then select>menu>sample manager>choose a padto load >select user tab >select 'import from pasteboard' (or if you had already loaded samples, choose one)>then hit load which takes you back to the sample manager>then exit. the sample should be on the pad you chose.

February 18, 2013  | person_outline a1

Working now. a1 - thanks for that!

(Also, I was trying to do it with the app in "sample preview" mode - not good).

February 18, 2013  | person_outline Simon

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