Retronyms latest iMPC Pro log video unveils the blurred out functionality from previous updates. Turbo Duck is Retronym’s take on sidechain compression and this straightforward paramater allows you to duck your audio under a kick drum to create the infamous pumping effect that’s so popular in electronic music nowadays.
The latest iMPC Pro development update is all about the Program Mode. The upcoming app allows a per-pad adjustment of amplitude and filter envelopes as well as applying different effects on each pad. This video shows the thought that went into the promising sound shaping options for iMPC Pro.
This week’s iMPC Pro video update is about the precision knob. As the name indicates you can tune into precision mode for finetuning parameters to exact values. Just like the sequencer, the precision knob also response to different gestures. Furthermore Retronyms announces a Reddit AMA scheduled for tomorrow, keep a close look on Retronyms’ Twitter to find out when it’s starting.
The latest weekly update video on iMPC Pro covers the all new timeline editor. Korg Gadget showed how important it is to house a responsive and intuitive sequencer in your music apps and it seems like Retronyms is giving this part much thought as well. You can edit your pad recordings or create new sequences on the timeline editor. Use specific gestures for extending the note length, selecting notes or to cut and paste your selected notes into another part/track.
Retronyms keeps to their promise of releasing a weekly video about the iMPC Pro developments. iMPC Pro looks to be a more all in one solution for people wanting to get more out of the MPC workflow on their iPad. This time we get a peek at the iMPC Pro mixer section, where next to EQ, compression and Sends you can also automate all the mixer parameters.
Retronyms follows up to the iMPC Pro announcement with the start of a weekly video update of the current iMPC Pro status. In this first update, a new performance section is demonstrated called Flux Link. Flux Link allows you to glitch up your performance with an XY-section as you can see here.
AKAI posted a picture yesterday teasing an upcoming iMPC version called iMPC Pro. And in this corner, iMPC Pro. 64 tracks of heavyweight music production for the iPad. Coming mid-Spring. #iMPC pic.twitter.com/1o0EvY3kFK — Akai Professional (@Akai_Pro) April 18, 2014 It’s not yet clear whether iMPC Pro will be a regular update to the iMPC app, an IAP or a standalone new app. It does seem like iMPC Pro will give more advanced functionality in the song building and sample chopping department (with time stretching functionalities) As Retronyms is still involved in the development, we’ll probably not see Audiobus support coming […]