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Audio Evolution Mobile 4 released!
#1
We are proud to present a big update to Audio Evolution Mobile! Version 4 contains many improvements in the MIDI/instrument area:
  • Drum pattern editor: create drum tracks with ease!

  • New instrument selection screen with pre-listen facility: tap on an instrument to hear it or play your USB MIDI keyboard while changing between sounds.

  • Instrument selection screen now also features an option to purchase new soundfont packs: we have officially licensed instruments from Digital Sound Factory, including original sounds from several E-MU rack synthesizers like the Orbit, Planet Phatt and Xtreme Lead and from the Native Instruments Kontakt Keyboards collection. We also have 5 professionally sampled drum kits for different music styles (jazz, funk, rock, etc.).

  • Soundfonts use a lot less memory: only the data from used presets are loaded into memory.

  • New status screen showing connection status of USB audio and MIDI devices graphically.

  • Instrument tracks now feature an audio bus. This means you can now apply insert effects, output audio from instrument tracks to a bus etc., just like a regular audio track.

  • Instruments can now be selected from a new button in the mixer channel strip. Pressing the MIDI keyboard part of the button is the same as arming the track, popping up the virtual keyboard.

  • Added preference option to disable scrolling of the display during playback.

  • Added preference option to select the recording file type (wav/flac/ogg).

  • Added option 'Merge all clips' to MIDI track menu.

  • Added option 'Track options...' to audio and MIDI clip menu so that there is no need to find an empty spot on a track to trigger the track menu.

  • 'Ask to fit clip' after leaving the piano roll editor now quantizes the clip to a whole bar.

  • Piano roll editor now defaults to a more usable zoom level.

  • The path where soundfonts are loaded from can now be set in the preferences.

  • When importing a broadcast wav file, the app will ask if you want to use the embedded offset information or not.

  • Recordings are now split at nearly 2GB instead of 1GB.

  • Added quantize to MIDI clip menu.

  • You can now use the green time marker to scroll the display (so you don't need to switch to Scroll mode in some situations).

  • You can now make changes (draw/remove/move) while playing a loop in the piano roll editor.

  • Creating a new MIDI clip by tap-and-slide on the time line now quantizes to whole bars for ease of use.

  • Added a 'Visit forum' option to the Help menu.

  • After changing sample rates, the start and end times of MIDI clips changed. Solved.

  • Quantizing triplets was incorrect. Solved.

  • Loop button was not always displayed in the piano roll editor, even when there was enough space. Solved.

  • Using the virtual keyboard during recording could cause more latency than during monitoring. Solved.

We hope you like them!!
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#2
(10-07-2015, 03:14 PM)What about a loop record feature? is that in this version? Wrote: We are proud to present a big update to Audio Evolution Mobile! Version 4 contains many improvements in the MIDI/instrument area:
  • Drum pattern editor: create drum tracks with ease!

  • New instrument selection screen with pre-listen facility: tap on an instrument to hear it or play your USB MIDI keyboard while changing between sounds.

  • Instrument selection screen now also features an option to purchase new soundfont packs: we have officially licensed instruments from Digital Sound Factory, including original sounds from several E-MU rack synthesizers like the Orbit, Planet Phatt and Xtreme Lead and from the Native Instruments Kontakt Keyboards collection. We also have 5 professionally sampled drum kits for different music styles (jazz, funk, rock, etc.).

  • Soundfonts use a lot less memory: only the data from used presets are loaded into memory.

  • New status screen showing connection status of USB audio and MIDI devices graphically.

  • Instrument tracks now feature an audio bus. This means you can now apply insert effects, output audio from instrument tracks to a bus etc., just like a regular audio track.

  • Instruments can now be selected from a new button in the mixer channel strip. Pressing the MIDI keyboard part of the button is the same as arming the track, popping up the virtual keyboard.

  • Added preference option to disable scrolling of the display during playback.

  • Added preference option to select the recording file type (wav/flac/ogg).

  • Added option 'Merge all clips' to MIDI track menu.

  • Added option 'Track options...' to audio and MIDI clip menu so that there is no need to find an empty spot on a track to trigger the track menu.

  • 'Ask to fit clip' after leaving the piano roll editor now quantizes the clip to a whole bar.

  • Piano roll editor now defaults to a more usable zoom level.

  • The path where soundfonts are loaded from can now be set in the preferences.

  • When importing a broadcast wav file, the app will ask if you want to use the embedded offset information or not.

  • Recordings are now split at nearly 2GB instead of 1GB.

  • Added quantize to MIDI clip menu.

  • You can now use the green time marker to scroll the display (so you don't need to switch to Scroll mode in some situations).

  • You can now make changes (draw/remove/move) while playing a loop in the piano roll editor.

  • Creating a new MIDI clip by tap-and-slide on the time line now quantizes to whole bars for ease of use.

  • Added a 'Visit forum' option to the Help menu.

  • After changing sample rates, the start and end times of MIDI clips changed. Solved.

  • Quantizing triplets was incorrect. Solved.

  • Loop button was not always displayed in the piano roll editor, even when there was enough space. Solved.

  • Using the virtual keyboard during recording could cause more latency than during monitoring. Solved.

We hope you like them!!
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#3
No, loop recording is not possible.
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