Great news for KORG Gadget fans. One of ouf favorite iOS apps (see our KORG Gadget review) is going to be available soon on Mac OS X and it’s getting some long-awaited extra features. Audio recording, anyone?
More details will be unveiled at NAMM, but here’s what you need to know, straight from the horse’s mouth…
In the company’s words “Building on the smooth operability and intuitive user interface of the iOS version, “KORG Gadget for Mac” provides a new dimension of inspiration for every creative artist. The Mac version also comes with “Gadget Plug-In Collection,” a magnificent collection of plug-ins that support AU, VST, AAX, and NKS.
With KORG Gadget, you can use the Mac version at home and the iOS version when you are mobile, letting you enjoy a seamless workflow and ideal music production experience. The care that KORG has paid to hardware instruments over more than 50 years of experience has been channeled into the powerful cutting-edge musical software that is KORG Gadget. Now, the ultimate all-in-one music production studio extends its scope to a new platform and brings a new level of music making for Mac users everywhere.”
Here’s the main features of KORG Gadget for Mac at a glance:
* The ultimate Gadget collection includes all of the more than 30 gadgets. * Takes advantage of the large screen with a single-window four-split (divided in four) screen design. * Comes with “Gadget Plug-in Collection,” a magnificent collection of plug-ins that support AU, VST, AAX, and NKS. * Two new gadgets provide long-awaited audio recording. * A new powerful drum gadget with 16 pads. * Supports the latest technology including Allihoopa (a collaborative platform), Ableton Link, and Bluetooth MIDI. * Seamless connection between KORG Gadget for iOS and KORG Gadget for Mac enables a smooth workflow so you can produce music anytime and anywhere.
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