Retronyms have released version 1.3 of Tabletop – their modular environment for the iPad where you can mix and match different devices. The update includes four new premium devices (available through an in-app purchase) – the TT-303 (Bassline Sequencer), XOX Drum Deranger (Drum Machine), Glitchboard (Glitch Effect), and Overdose (Digital Distortion Effect). It also includes a free 3-Band Equalizer and some cool new presets.
To celebrate the release they have lowered the price to just $0.99 for a limited time (previous price was $14.99) and lowered the price of the RS4000 Subtractive Synthesizer to $6.99.
New Premium Devices:
New Free Devices
Also included are new free presets from the incredibly talented Salva, +verb, Oh No, and Pete Sasqwax in XOX, M8RX, RS3 and Gridlok!
DETAILS & SCREENSHOTS:
XOX Drum Deranger – Drum Machine
TT-303 – Bassline Sequencer
Glitchboard – Glitch Effect
Overdose – Digital Distortion Effect
3Q – Three Band Equalizer
What’s New in TableTop v1.3:
Tabletop for iPad, from Retronyms, is a modular environment where you can mix and match different devices. Select from more than a dozen devices including samplers, mixers, effects, sequencers and more. Buy only the gear you need from an expanding catalog.
Tabletop is the first musical environment designed from the ground up exclusively for the iPad. Each device has its own uses, characteristics, personalityâ€”ranging from classics like drum pad samplers to touchscreen effects.
Plug the output of a keyboard into a delay to add an echo, or wire it up to a mixer and adjust the pan. Chain up multiple effects to create new and evolving sounds. Tabletop is an audio playground where you can create beats, compose songs, mix live, make mashups with samples from your iPod library… the possibilities are wide open. Just drag the devices you want to use to the tabletop and chain them together like you would with real hardware.
Tabletop has been designed to fit nicely into your studio. Move your sounds to and from Tabletop using iTunes File Transfer, sample from the mic, line-in, or even from your iPod library right in the app. Plus, support for AudioPaste lets you paste sounds from other iOS apps.
For more information about TableTop click here.