WNAMM11: Alternatively - Fairlight On iPad

50 bucks and you get the whole package      20/01/11

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Maybe you dont have the cash to buy one of the Fairlight 30year reissue models, but fancy some 16k sample love. In a week or two, you can download the Fairlight II app from Apple's App Store. Featuring the original samples, Page R the FFT page and other classic elements, you get pretty much what used to cost 50k for $50 AUS


 


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5 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
robgs    Said...

Mine!!!! After shelling out on rather lucklustre Fairlight sample libraries over the years It'll be nice to great some straight from the horses mouth as it were.

21-Jan-11 12:22 PM


SynthOverlord    Said...

No support for CoreMIDI... I think I'll wait before getting this. Its just an overpriced novelty app until you can connect it to the real world otherwise.

Nice too see, though. Hopefully you can sample or import samples to it to apply the Fairlight grunge processing.

22-Jan-11 01:11 PM


Fair-Light    Said...

Why not a proper VSTi plug-in, but an iPad application?!

23-Jan-11 03:21 AM


flux302    Said...

thats what $30 for an already outdated synth? yeah I'll pass.

25-Jan-11 05:09 PM


MqpU4    Said...

The old Fairlight "prossesed" the sound in an glorius way. What about the app. Does it in any way sound like the real thing?

03-May-11 02:57 PM


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