Update: nineOnine v1.2 Released
Date Added: Mar 14, 2012
Mirko Trkulja has released version 1.2 of nineOnine – his sample-based emulation of Roland’s classic TR-909 drum machine for the iPad. The update includes real-time performance recording, Dropbox integration, and many more improvements and bug fixes.
- Real-time recording (record performance .wav).
- Simple sample loading (tap and hold instrument select shortcut button for popup menu):
- Names for samples without limitations (.wav still required)
- Option from version 1.1 still works (if you wish to load all samples at once)
- Added In-App settings (no more getting in and out to change settings):
- Dropbox integration.
- OSC messages list (list of all nineOnine friendly messages)
- User Manual (previously Help button)
- Developer Contact
- File management in inApp settings:
Delete from device or upload to Dropbox
Delete from Dropbox or download to device
- Better Presets management:
- Not limited to 10 presets anymore
Load from Dropbox
- Create new
- Delete Presets
- Original tap mode for hi hats:
- Pad 13 high accent closed hi hat, pad 14 low accent closed hi hat
Pad 13 and pad 14 together open hi hat
One tap on STOP pauses the sequence. Two taps on STOP resets and stops sequence (IMPORTANT! Only TWO taps will stop real-time recording).
- Popup windows now close when you tap on option (load preset, choose write automation, press export loops button etc.)
- Textual indicator in toolbar when exporting loops.
- Tempo knob more responsive now.
- Fixed issue that caused closed hi hat to mute on step 9 when overlaid with open hi hat which was then removed from step 9.
- Fixed issue that caused Mid Tom instrument select shortcut not closing Snare Drum instrument selection.
- Fixed issue that caused a small amount of Bitcrush effect to leak into signal flow making some instruments sound dirty at startup.
The “nineOnine” for iPad is a simple sample-based emulation of Roland’s classic TR-909 drum machine. With its looks and feel the “nineOnine” is drawing close comparison to the original hardware device. The “nineOnine” is not only emulating the sound but also the logic of programming and saving rhythm patterns giving you that extra blast from the past.
For more information about nineOnine click here.
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