MIDI Surface for iPhones Prior Lake MN
Mastercraft Electronics Company
3338 Todd Rd Sw
Prior Lake, MN
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14141 Aldrich Ave S
14141 Aldrich Ave S
Midwest Wireless Security Incorporated
1101 Cliff Rd E
Excalibur Cable Communications
200 N River Ridge Cir
Datakey Electronics Incorporated
12730 Creek View Ave
Absolute Sound Laboratories
210 N River Ridge Cir
Dsi Distributing Incorporated
1205 Cliff Rd E
20420 Hughes Ave W
Custom Home Integration
11485 Valley View Rd
Eden Prairie, MN
MIDI Surface for iPhones
Musicians and music lovers who use MIDI technology have a remarkable new way to create, control and connect with their instruments. Audiofile Engineering, a leading developer of audio software for Mac platforms, has released MIDI Surface for iPhone OS. Designed for use with Line 6's one-of-a-kind MIDI Mobilizer hardware accessory, MIDI Surface gives iPhone and iPod touch owners the ability to quickly and easily build their own fully customized MIDI control surfaces. Seamless touch-screen control of MIDI-enabled instruments such as keyboards, drum machines, software synths and more is now available in the palm of users' hands.
Suitable for use on stage, at home or in studio settings, MIDI Surface offers four elegant interface styles, each with its own set of changeable parameters: The Keyboard interface features Channel and Velocity controls. The Sliders interface includes Channel, Controller (Mod Wheel, Expression, etc.), Low Value and High Value controls. The Drum Pads interface includes Channel, Category (Note On, Controller, Program Change), Note, Note Off (Immediate or Touch Up) and Velocity controls. The X-Y interface supports up to four touches and includes Channel, Controller, Left Value and Right Value controls.
Users can create and save as many MIDI Surface interfaces as they like. Each customized control surface can be configured in precise detail and adjusted on the fly. Users can even store their own unique Presets for quick recall.
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