Great news for owners of Electronic Piano Synthesizer for iPad. Version 1.1 – a significant update – has been submitted to the App Store and should be with us very soon. The update includes the much requested support for CoreMIDI (via the Camera Connection Kit or Network). NoteOn, NoteOff, Velocity, PitchBend, ModWheel, MasterVolume and ProgramChange will be available.
Also included is a new option for linear knob movement (vertical and horizontal), an improved oscilloscope design, and improvements to the sound engine. The “Detune Bug” has also been fixed.
There is a new A4 base frequency tuning. This frequency can be changed from 40.000Hz up to 999.999Hz so you can tune the EPS round about 3 octaves down (440Hz default tuning, 220Hz -1 octave, 110Hz -2 octaves and 55Hz -3 octaves) or 1 octave up (880Hz). It can also be used to finetune the EPS. It also has a Reset Button to set it back to 440Hz default.
Audio Recording (sound file export) and AudioCopy is planned for the next update.
The Electronic Piano Synthesizer (EPS) is the world first piano synthesizer for the iPad. Based on a 32bit realtime sound engine, the sounds were computed on the fly, no samples were used.
The EPS gives you possibilities you donÂ´t have with any other Piano or EPiano on the iPad. You can change the sound while you play on the keyboard and hear the changes immediately. That is what you need to tweak your own sounds. The main use for EPS is EPiano sounds, but you can also make sounds like bass, brass , bells, chimes, toms, vibraphone…
For more information about Electronic Piano Synthesizer (EPS), or to leave a comment to let the developer know what you’d like to see in future updates, click here.