AudioSwift, the app for macOS that turns a trackpad into a MIDI controller, has been updated to version 2.2.
Both the Trigger and Scale Modes are now velocity sensitive. Tapping the trackpad harder or softer will change the levels of the MIDI notes. The user can also choose to use fixed velocity in the Preferences window.
With MIDI Polyphonic Expression (MPE) support, this new feature makes AudioSwift the perfect compact MIDI controller for mobile and desktop music producers, who can now make quick ideas using the trackpad as a creative tool.
Changes in AudioSwift v2.2
- Adds velocity sensitivity to the Trigger and Scale Mode.
- Adds option to choose fixed velocity.
- Fixes an issue with random false hits Trigger Mode.
- Fixes an issue with “swooping” sounds when using the MPE controller and certain plugins.
- Fixes an issue that caused to not trigger Note Off messages in Trigger Mode.
- Fixes wrong tip messages.
- Minor bug fixes.
AudioSwift version 2.2 is a free update for existing users. To download it, click ‘Check for updates’ on the main menu.
New users can purchase the software at 30% off the regular price of $24 USD with coupon code GOLDENFROG30 at the checkout for a limited time. A free demo version is available to download.
More information: AudioSwift