C’mon man! μtonic on iPad / AU3 already! 😉

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  • Funkspace

    iPadOS is really getting to be an awesome always-ready ultra portable music creativity platform.

    It really deserves to have the world’s best electronic beatbox by now.

    I have Microtonic as a VST, have had it since the original version back in the day, but I’m really liking the environment and empowering nature of a platform more portable than a laptop, it inspires more compact compositions and helps to focus on smaller ‘projects’ and ideas (even though large ones are obviously possible).

  • Sjoerd van Geffen

    - Funkspace wrote:
    iPadOS is really getting to be an awesome always-ready ultra portable music creativity platform.
    It really deserves to have the world’s best electronic beatbox by now.

    "Getting to be", you say? Hah, I guess you weren't around when we had to render audio files because computers were too slow to run virtual instruments in real time. And it's over 10 years ago that I nudged another brilliant Swedish plug-in developer to port his 303/606/808/909 emulation onto the iOS platform.

    So yeah, +1 for sure.

    But maybe just get a PO-32 Tonic in the mean time? ;-)

  • Funkspace

    - Sjoerd van Geffen wrote:
    "Getting to be", you say? Hah, I guess you weren't around when we had to render audio files because computers were too slow to run virtual instruments in real time.

    I didn’t want to sound like an Apple fanboy so I toned it down 😜. But, yeah it’s an awesome and fun platform.

  • Yohan Lasorsa

    A huge +1 for an iPad version, that would be the perfect companion to my PO-32/PO-35 :)

    Given the flexibility of the Microtonic engine and how nice the new skins look, an iPad version would be a big success without any doubt! There's plenty of drum machines on iOS, but none with a good synth engine. And none that could sync with PO hardware devices.

    I would even double dip for android/iphone version for only editing PO-32/PO-35 patches, even without the full microtonic capabilities, and I'm sure I wouldn't be the only one given the sucess of these little synths.

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