Blip Interactive has updated its NanoStudio music production app for iOS to version 1.33.
NanoStudio is a recording studio for iOS, OS X and Windows. It has virtual analogue synths, sample trigger pads, a comprehensive sequencer, a sample editor, a mixer and multiple effects all integrated into a single application.
Changes in NanoStudio v1.33
- Retina display support for new iPad.
- Eden sample page supports note slicing, so samples can be sliced across the keyboard in up to 64 slices.
- Files can be emailed from within NanoStudio.
- .nsp, .wav and .mid files are now associated so they can be opened with NanoStudio from other apps.
- .nsp files are associated so they can now be opened with NanoStudio by double-clicking (OS X/Windows).
- Computer keyboard support for typing file names, playing keys/pads and basic sequencer operation (OS X/Windows).
- NanoStudio for OS X is now available via the Mac app store.
- Fixed: Projects were not always exported with relative sample paths (so they had to be decompressed to the same folder path to work).
- Fixed: Using AV adapter on iOS causes crash.
- Fixed: Channel L/R buttons in mixer are sometimes visible when they shouldn’t be.
- Fixed: The last note event of a loop section was sometimes played at the beginning of the loop when resampling with pre-roll enabled.
- Fixed: Tapping FX indicator on mixer channel sometimes selects the wrong channel (iPad).
- Fixed: When using more than 32 mixer channels, the later channels would sometimes be silent.
- Fixed: NanoStudio would shutdown the network MIDI session for other apps on start up.
- Fixed: Removed small click on the end of a couple of default TRG samples (eg. 808 BD).
- Fixed: Couldn’t set metronome to zero volume.
NanoStudio is available to purchase from the iTunes App Store for $14.99 USD / 11.99 EUR.
More information: Blip Interactive