MIDI Designer Pro

Universal

Confusion Studios LLC

versione 2.9.3

02/11/2017

Musica

(5 voti)

Italiano

Verrsione completa e professionale di MIDI Designer per iPad, iPhone e iPod touch. Per il controllo di qualsiasi cosa tramite MIDI, da synth hardware a DAW, con uno sguardo particolare ad altre app iOS.

€ 10,99

€ 27,99

Descrizione

Sogna, crea e usa il tuo perfetto MIDI controller con MIDI Designer:
● Recensito e amato da DJ Tech Tools, Recording Magazine, Sound on Sound e Keyboard Magazine
● Vincitrice dei Sonic Touch Gold Award per migliore app
● Affermata sul palco da veterani dello stesso come Todd Rundgren e usata per nuovi progetti come POSTYR e Greta Gray
● Un elemento fondamentale per produttori di musica come Shadow Child e Oliver per la programmazione di strumenti vintage
● Usata da musicisti, VJ e DJ in tutto il mondo
● Piattaforma per la community dove scambiarsi layout di strumenti top di gamma (Korg, Roland, Casio, Moog and Yamaha) in modo professionale

Se puoi sognarlo, puoi crearlo in MIDI Designer.

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MIDI Designer Pro è la versione completa e professionale di MIDI Designer per iPad, iPhone e iPod touch.

MIDI Designer è la scelta migliore per il controllo di QUALSIASI COSA tramite MIDI, da synth hardware a DAW, con uno sguardo particolare ad altre app iOS:
● Crea il tuo perfetto controller utilizzando knob, fader, XY pad, etichette, e altro, il tutto completamente modificabile
● Scegli il colore dello sfondo, la grafica ed i colori dei LED per oltre 8 banchi e 6 pagine
● Salva, carica e condividi i tuoi layout e le tue pagine con altri utenti
● Manda e ricevi ogni tipo di messaggio MIDI, incluso il sysex, NRPN e 14-bit CC
● Utilizzando il CoreMIDI puoi usare via hardware o Wi-Fi strumenti come Line6 MIDI Mobilizer II, iRig, iConnect, e altri
● Usa i Supercontrolli e Sottocontrolli per creare connessioni semplici o complesse tra i vari controlli
● Supporto completo per hardware esterni attraverso la "Funzione Pedaliera"
● I preset e le altre funzioni creano una matura ed affidabile piattaforma per il tuo sviluppo futuro

MIDI Designer è facile da usare, infinitamente flessibile e personalizzabile, e imbattibile nelle performance. Il più rispettato tra i MIDI controller per iOS.

* * * * * dream | create | play * * * * *

La community di MIDI Designer ha creato layout per i più famosi strumenti MIDI, inclusi:
● Akai: Miniak (= Alesis Micron)
● Cakewalk: Sonar
● CamelAudio: Camelspace, CamelPhat
● Casio: XW Solo Synth (XW-P1, XW-G1), Privia PX-5S
● Clavia: Nord Lead 4
● Dave Smith Instruments (DSI): DSI MoPho, DSI Desktop Evolver
● Eventide: Pitchfactor, Timefactor
● Fractal Audio: Axe FX II
● IK Multimedia: Amplitube
● Jomox: MBase 11
● Kawai: K3m, K1r Vector Control
● Korg: 707, DSS-1, EX-8000, ElecTribe R (ER-1), Monotribe, Volca Series
● Line6: Pod v2.0, Pod HD-500, DT-50 Series, POD X3 Live
● Moog: Animoog, Little Phatty, Slim Phatty, MF-104m Analog Delay
● Mutable Instruments: Shruthi, Anushri
● Novation: Bass Station
● Peavey: AT-200 Auto-Tune Guitar
● Pioneer: RMX-500 (VST/AU)
● Roland: JX-3P (PG-200), JX-8P (PG-800), MKS-30, MKS-50 (PG-300), JD-990, VG-99, Alpha Juno, Fantom X
● Sequential Circuits: Prophet 600, Six-Trak
● Sonic Charge: MicroTonic VST (μTonic)
● Sonic Potions: LXR Digital Drum Synth
● Strymon: "Trio" (BigSky, TimeLine, Mobius)
● A Tasty Pixel: Loopy HD
● TC Electronic: Nova Drive NDR-1
● ValhallaDSP: ÜberMod, VintageVerb, FreqEcho, Shimmer, Room
● Waldorf: Blofeld, Pulse, 4-Pole
● Where’s the Party At (WTPA)
● Yamaha: S90, DX7 Reface, CS6X/R

Per altre informazioni: midiDesigner.com
Aggiornamenti giornalieri su Twitter: @midiDesigner
Aggiornamenti giornalieri su Facebook: /midiDesigner
Layout della community: midiDesigner.com/community

Novità

ver. 1.6.5 (07-01-2012) Now with MIDI Designer 1.3.7, you can now control other iPad apps via Virtual MIDI. Two new features have been added for both music-makers and lighting users:
● Snap to Value: Building on snap-to-default, snap to value lets a supercontrol button snap a subcontrol to a certain value in a certain amount of time, or at a fixed rate.
● Rolling over buttons reverses state: multiple buttons can be reversed or activated with a single swipe.

Configuring hardware MIDI connections has been completely revamped (along with virtual MIDI endpoints), and several rarely-found defects relating to supercontrols and subcontrols have been fixed.

See mididesigner.com/changelog for more details.

ver. 2.9.0 (07-01-2012) Now with MIDI Designer 1.3.7, you can now control other iPad apps via Virtual MIDI. Two new features have been added for both music-makers and lighting users:
● Snap to Value: Building on snap-to-default, snap to value lets a supercontrol button snap a subcontrol to a certain value in a certain amount of time, or at a fixed rate.
● Rolling over buttons reverses state: multiple buttons can be reversed or activated with a single swipe.

Configuring hardware MIDI connections has been completely revamped (along with virtual MIDI endpoints), and several rarely-found defects relating to supercontrols and subcontrols have been fixed.

See mididesigner.com/changelog for more details.

ver. 1.7.0 (07-01-2012) Now with MIDI Designer 1.3.7, you can now control other iPad apps via Virtual MIDI. Two new features have been added for both music-makers and lighting users:
● Snap to Value: Building on snap-to-default, snap to value lets a supercontrol button snap a subcontrol to a certain value in a certain amount of time, or at a fixed rate.
● Rolling over buttons reverses state: multiple buttons can be reversed or activated with a single swipe.

Configuring hardware MIDI connections has been completely revamped (along with virtual MIDI endpoints), and several rarely-found defects relating to supercontrols and subcontrols have been fixed.

See mididesigner.com/changelog for more details.

ver. 2.9.0 (07-01-2012) Now with MIDI Designer 1.3.7, you can now control other iPad apps via Virtual MIDI. Two new features have been added for both music-makers and lighting users:
● Snap to Value: Building on snap-to-default, snap to value lets a supercontrol button snap a subcontrol to a certain value in a certain amount of time, or at a fixed rate.
● Rolling over buttons reverses state: multiple buttons can be reversed or activated with a single swipe.

Configuring hardware MIDI connections has been completely revamped (along with virtual MIDI endpoints), and several rarely-found defects relating to supercontrols and subcontrols have been fixed.

See mididesigner.com/changelog for more details.

ver. 2.4.6 (07-01-2012) Now with MIDI Designer 1.3.7, you can now control other iPad apps via Virtual MIDI. Two new features have been added for both music-makers and lighting users:
● Snap to Value: Building on snap-to-default, snap to value lets a supercontrol button snap a subcontrol to a certain value in a certain amount of time, or at a fixed rate.
● Rolling over buttons reverses state: multiple buttons can be reversed or activated with a single swipe.

Configuring hardware MIDI connections has been completely revamped (along with virtual MIDI endpoints), and several rarely-found defects relating to supercontrols and subcontrols have been fixed.

See mididesigner.com/changelog for more details.

ver. 1.6.5 (07-01-2012) Now with MIDI Designer 1.3.7, you can now control other iPad apps via Virtual MIDI. Two new features have been added for both music-makers and lighting users:
● Snap to Value: Building on snap-to-default, snap to value lets a supercontrol button snap a subcontrol to a certain value in a certain amount of time, or at a fixed rate.
● Rolling over buttons reverses state: multiple buttons can be reversed or activated with a single swipe.

Configuring hardware MIDI connections has been completely revamped (along with virtual MIDI endpoints), and several rarely-found defects relating to supercontrols and subcontrols have been fixed.

See mididesigner.com/changelog for more details.

ver. 2.9.2 (07-01-2012) Now with MIDI Designer 1.3.7, you can now control other iPad apps via Virtual MIDI. Two new features have been added for both music-makers and lighting users:
● Snap to Value: Building on snap-to-default, snap to value lets a supercontrol button snap a subcontrol to a certain value in a certain amount of time, or at a fixed rate.
● Rolling over buttons reverses state: multiple buttons can be reversed or activated with a single swipe.

Configuring hardware MIDI connections has been completely revamped (along with virtual MIDI endpoints), and several rarely-found defects relating to supercontrols and subcontrols have been fixed.

See mididesigner.com/changelog for more details.

ver. 2.9.2 (07-01-2012) Now with MIDI Designer 1.3.7, you can now control other iPad apps via Virtual MIDI. Two new features have been added for both music-makers and lighting users:
● Snap to Value: Building on snap-to-default, snap to value lets a supercontrol button snap a subcontrol to a certain value in a certain amount of time, or at a fixed rate.
● Rolling over buttons reverses state: multiple buttons can be reversed or activated with a single swipe.

Configuring hardware MIDI connections has been completely revamped (along with virtual MIDI endpoints), and several rarely-found defects relating to supercontrols and subcontrols have been fixed.

See mididesigner.com/changelog for more details.

ver. 1.6.5 (07-01-2012) Now with MIDI Designer 1.3.7, you can now control other iPad apps via Virtual MIDI. Two new features have been added for both music-makers and lighting users:
● Snap to Value: Building on snap-to-default, snap to value lets a supercontrol button snap a subcontrol to a certain value in a certain amount of time, or at a fixed rate.
● Rolling over buttons reverses state: multiple buttons can be reversed or activated with a single swipe.

Configuring hardware MIDI connections has been completely revamped (along with virtual MIDI endpoints), and several rarely-found defects relating to supercontrols and subcontrols have been fixed.

See mididesigner.com/changelog for more details.

ver. 2.9.2 (07-01-2012) Now with MIDI Designer 1.3.7, you can now control other iPad apps via Virtual MIDI. Two new features have been added for both music-makers and lighting users:
● Snap to Value: Building on snap-to-default, snap to value lets a supercontrol button snap a subcontrol to a certain value in a certain amount of time, or at a fixed rate.
● Rolling over buttons reverses state: multiple buttons can be reversed or activated with a single swipe.

Configuring hardware MIDI connections has been completely revamped (along with virtual MIDI endpoints), and several rarely-found defects relating to supercontrols and subcontrols have been fixed.

See mididesigner.com/changelog for more details.

ver. 2.9.3 (07-01-2012) Now with MIDI Designer 1.3.7, you can now control other iPad apps via Virtual MIDI. Two new features have been added for both music-makers and lighting users:
● Snap to Value: Building on snap-to-default, snap to value lets a supercontrol button snap a subcontrol to a certain value in a certain amount of time, or at a fixed rate.
● Rolling over buttons reverses state: multiple buttons can be reversed or activated with a single swipe.

Configuring hardware MIDI connections has been completely revamped (along with virtual MIDI endpoints), and several rarely-found defects relating to supercontrols and subcontrols have been fixed.

See mididesigner.com/changelog for more details.

ver. 2.9.3 (07-01-2012) Now with MIDI Designer 1.3.7, you can now control other iPad apps via Virtual MIDI. Two new features have been added for both music-makers and lighting users:
● Snap to Value: Building on snap-to-default, snap to value lets a supercontrol button snap a subcontrol to a certain value in a certain amount of time, or at a fixed rate.
● Rolling over buttons reverses state: multiple buttons can be reversed or activated with a single swipe.

Configuring hardware MIDI connections has been completely revamped (along with virtual MIDI endpoints), and several rarely-found defects relating to supercontrols and subcontrols have been fixed.

See mididesigner.com/changelog for more details.

ver. 1.7.3 (07-01-2012) Now with MIDI Designer 1.3.7, you can now control other iPad apps via Virtual MIDI. Two new features have been added for both music-makers and lighting users:
● Snap to Value: Building on snap-to-default, snap to value lets a supercontrol button snap a subcontrol to a certain value in a certain amount of time, or at a fixed rate.
● Rolling over buttons reverses state: multiple buttons can be reversed or activated with a single swipe.

Configuring hardware MIDI connections has been completely revamped (along with virtual MIDI endpoints), and several rarely-found defects relating to supercontrols and subcontrols have been fixed.

See mididesigner.com/changelog for more details.

ver. 1.7.3 (07-01-2012) Now with MIDI Designer 1.3.7, you can now control other iPad apps via Virtual MIDI. Two new features have been added for both music-makers and lighting users:
● Snap to Value: Building on snap-to-default, snap to value lets a supercontrol button snap a subcontrol to a certain value in a certain amount of time, or at a fixed rate.
● Rolling over buttons reverses state: multiple buttons can be reversed or activated with a single swipe.

Configuring hardware MIDI connections has been completely revamped (along with virtual MIDI endpoints), and several rarely-found defects relating to supercontrols and subcontrols have been fixed.

See mididesigner.com/changelog for more details.

ver. 1.7.3 (07-01-2012) Now with MIDI Designer 1.3.7, you can now control other iPad apps via Virtual MIDI. Two new features have been added for both music-makers and lighting users:
● Snap to Value: Building on snap-to-default, snap to value lets a supercontrol button snap a subcontrol to a certain value in a certain amount of time, or at a fixed rate.
● Rolling over buttons reverses state: multiple buttons can be reversed or activated with a single swipe.

Configuring hardware MIDI connections has been completely revamped (along with virtual MIDI endpoints), and several rarely-found defects relating to supercontrols and subcontrols have been fixed.

See mididesigner.com/changelog for more details.

ver. 2.4.6 (07-01-2012) Now with MIDI Designer 1.3.7, you can now control other iPad apps via Virtual MIDI. Two new features have been added for both music-makers and lighting users:
● Snap to Value: Building on snap-to-default, snap to value lets a supercontrol button snap a subcontrol to a certain value in a certain amount of time, or at a fixed rate.
● Rolling over buttons reverses state: multiple buttons can be reversed or activated with a single swipe.

Configuring hardware MIDI connections has been completely revamped (along with virtual MIDI endpoints), and several rarely-found defects relating to supercontrols and subcontrols have been fixed.

See mididesigner.com/changelog for more details.

ver. 2.4.6 (07-01-2012) Now with MIDI Designer 1.3.7, you can now control other iPad apps via Virtual MIDI. Two new features have been added for both music-makers and lighting users:
● Snap to Value: Building on snap-to-default, snap to value lets a supercontrol button snap a subcontrol to a certain value in a certain amount of time, or at a fixed rate.
● Rolling over buttons reverses state: multiple buttons can be reversed or activated with a single swipe.

Configuring hardware MIDI connections has been completely revamped (along with virtual MIDI endpoints), and several rarely-found defects relating to supercontrols and subcontrols have been fixed.

See mididesigner.com/changelog for more details.

ver. 1.7.2 (07-01-2012) Now with MIDI Designer 1.3.7, you can now control other iPad apps via Virtual MIDI. Two new features have been added for both music-makers and lighting users:
● Snap to Value: Building on snap-to-default, snap to value lets a supercontrol button snap a subcontrol to a certain value in a certain amount of time, or at a fixed rate.
● Rolling over buttons reverses state: multiple buttons can be reversed or activated with a single swipe.

Configuring hardware MIDI connections has been completely revamped (along with virtual MIDI endpoints), and several rarely-found defects relating to supercontrols and subcontrols have been fixed.

See mididesigner.com/changelog for more details.

ver. 2.9.0 (07-01-2012) Now with MIDI Designer 1.3.7, you can now control other iPad apps via Virtual MIDI. Two new features have been added for both music-makers and lighting users:
● Snap to Value: Building on snap-to-default, snap to value lets a supercontrol button snap a subcontrol to a certain value in a certain amount of time, or at a fixed rate.
● Rolling over buttons reverses state: multiple buttons can be reversed or activated with a single swipe.

Configuring hardware MIDI connections has been completely revamped (along with virtual MIDI endpoints), and several rarely-found defects relating to supercontrols and subcontrols have been fixed.

See mididesigner.com/changelog for more details.