New MIDI Synth iOS Apps – NLogSynth PRO And NLog MIDI Synth
TempoRubato is proud to announce the immediate release of new updates of its NLogSynth PRO
and NLog MIDI Synth for iPad rsp. iPhone / iPod touch. Global availability in App Store is scheduled for
Friday, September 16th.
With new virtual Core MIDI, audio background operation and sync options including MIDI Clock & Korg’s WIST
technology the updated NLog Synths will ground-break new and innovative ways for musicians to work with
iOS devices. With now being able to interconnect apps running in parallel on the same device, the developers believe
that iOS musicianship will reach a new level.
You can now play NLog Synths from controller apps like Audanika’s SoundPrism running on the same iOS device
connected via virtual Core MIDI. In combination with NLog’s professional grade synth engine new exciting ways of
app interaction and workflow are created for iOS users. Other controller apps like polychord by Shoulda Woulda Coulda
or sequencer apps like Genome by White Noise Audio are supported as well.
Further, TempoRubato has implemented new synchronization options for its NLog synths. MIDI Sync in slave mode is
supported for Core MIDI apps running in parallel on the same device like MoDrum by finger-pro, FunkBox by Synthetic Bits
or Molten by One Red Dog Media as well as for synchronization with external MIDI devices like hardware drum boxes or
connected DAWs like Apple’s Logic or Ableton’s Live.
NLog Synths have been known for their professional quality virtual analogue synthesis on devices like iPad,
iPhone and iPod touch with a high profile setup of rich synth modules and state of art MIDI interfacing as well as
comprehensive audio import & export options including SoundCloud support. In addition a Mac OS X version is
available including an Audio Unit and patch compatibility with iOS versions.
NLog Synths support the widest range of hardware MIDI interfaces possible like all Core MIDI compatible interfaces
from eg. IK Multimedia, iConnectMIDI, Line6′ MIDI Mobilizer II, Alesis’ ioDock, Apple’s Camera Connection Kit as well as
proprietary interfaces like Line6′ MIDI Mobilizer I & and Akai’s SynthStation.
Additionally new features like transposition mode, vertical knob mode and running phase options have been added.
While NLog Synths still support iPhone 3GS and iPod touch 3G devices, for new features like running apps in parallel
recent hardware generations are recommended: At least iPhone 4, iPod touch 4G or iPad to start with, but best performance
is available on dual core devices like iPad2 and to be expected on iPhone5.