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MultitrackStudio for iPad Update

MultitrackStudio for iPad, from Giel Bremmers, was updated with several improvements to the onscreen keyboard. MultitrackStudio's instruments now support polyphonic aftertouch.

What's new in MultitrackStudio for iPad v3.5:

• Onscreen MIDI keyboard: keyboard, string, drum and matrix layouts are now (optionally) velocity sensitive.
• Onscreen MIDI keyboard: Finger Vibrato option no longer makes keyboard and string layouts monophonic (but finger vibrato only works if just one note is playing).
• Onscreen MIDI keyboard: keyboard, string and matrix layouts can now generate polyphonic aftertouch (by moving finger upwards).
• MultitrackStudio Instruments: bowed strings, winds and synths now respond to polyphonic aftertouch (it increases the volume level).
• Polyphonic aftertouch editor names now mention note name rather than key number (ie. 'C5' instead of '60').
• AU Plugin Manager. You can override plugin name, add category to name and change text that appears in slot. And you can hide a plugin from effect, instrument and/or MIDI effect selectors.
• SoundFont Manager. You can override soundfont name and add category to name.
• AU plugins and IAA apps can now reliably detect MultitrackStudio transport stop.
• Now uses Audiobus SDK 3.0.7.
• Various fixes and improvements.

Reader Comments 1

I knew that MTS had implemented some polyphonic aftertouch capabilities. It's good to see a proper polyAT keyboard (like Animoog).

Again, Poly AT is only as valuable as a synth's ability to respond to it (as an assignable). However, because it is per-voice, it isn't going to just hang out in a matrix source list.
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