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Line 6 MIDI Mobilizer Keeps Ahead of the Curve
Line 6, the industry leader in digital modeling technology for music-creation products, has added new features and an updated SDK (software development kit) enabling key new features for the growing MIDI Mobilizer third party app developer community.
MIDI Mobilizer is the only MIDI interface that can turn all models of iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch into complete music production studios with the help of a parade of exciting third party software applications continually debuting on the App StoreSM.
"The SDK and firmware updates have inspired more than 90 software developers worldwide whose inventive apps are really demonstrating the full potential of MIDI Mobilizer," remarked Chris Grigg, mobile products manager at Line 6.
"Musicians of all kinds are now taking advantage of its enormous creative and practical uses."
The SDK supports MIDI System Real Time messages such as MIDI Clock, which allows an app to sync to an external hardware drum machine or a sequencer running on a computer -- or vice versa, the drumbox or sequencer can sync to the app.
Available apps include MIDI control surfaces, synths, sequencers and complete music production software as well as DMX lighting control software and more.
Recent additions include NLogSynth Pro with 126 synth sounds, StepPolyArp which is a step MIDI arpeggiator, NanoStudio which is a virtual recording studio and many more.
All of these apps are available today on the App Store with more arriving all the time.
MIDI Mobilizer remains the best way for working musicians to leave the computer at home.
It's powered by the iPod touch, iPhone or iPad, so no bulky "wall wart" power supply is needed.
Great apps allow users to manage all sounds, sequences and other MIDI data right on the iPod touch, iPhone or iPad.
In addition to being first to the market and easiest to use, MIDI Mobilizer also has the distinction of being the least expensive.
Apple, iPod touch, iPhone, and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc, registered in the U.S. and other countries.
App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc.
Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards.Posted on 16 Mar 2011 12:43 to category : Instruments News
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