Update: Yamaha TNR-i v1.4 Released – Adds File Sharing, Recording via Microphone & More
Yamaha have released version 1.4 of TNR-i – their iOS Universal TENORI-ON emulation. The update adds sharing of your save files via Yamahaâ€™s server, the ability to view the location of the session memberâ€™s on a map, and the ability to adjust the brightness of the 16×16 buttons. Other new features include an external display function using the Apple VGA adaptor and recording via the microphone.
- File Share Function: Share your TNR-i saved files with other TNR-i users. You can now make a new song with other TNR-i users by exchanging your “Block” data or your “Layer” data. You can also add comments to your files. View the data on the server by either uploaded order or popularity order (Note: a Twitter account is required to login the server).
- Additional Multi Player Session Functions: View the location of the session members on a map. Chatting history list is now available.
- 16×16 Buttons Brightness Control Function: You now have the ability to control the brightness of the 16×16 buttons.
- External Display Function: Using the Apple VGA adaptor you can view the 16×16 buttons on an external display.
The iOS version of the world-renowned TENORI-ON brings you a completely new musical interface. Even if you don’t know much about music, you can create music intuitively as if you were arranging sounds in space. The music that you see on the 16 Ã— 16 grid of buttons is the music that is performed.
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