Fairlight For iPad and iPhone

Browse and play the entire original Fairlight CMI IIX Sounds floppy disk library      22/03/11
Fairlight has released their app, as previewed at NAMM – here's what they have to say about it...
Developed in Australia during the '70s and '80s, the Fairlight CMI (Computer Musical Instrument) was the first commercial sampler and screen-based rhythm sequencer. Today every sampler, digital synthesizer, sequencer and audio workstation can trace its lineage back to this legendary machine. Now you can have, in your pocket or on your iPad, a piece of history developed by Fairlight staff who worked on the CMI in the '80s.
You can buy and download the standard App from iTunes and play original Fairlight CMI sounds and sequences straight away. If you want to create your own masterpieces you can use the in-app upgrade process to get all the Pro features listed below. BUILT-IN FEATURES
  • browse and play the entire original Fairlight CMI IIX Sounds floppy disk library - 32 disks containing 564 voices.
  • display voices graphically using the iconic Page D, and change your viewpoint by tipping your iPhone/iPad.
  • play built-in Fairlight CMI Page R compositions.
  • import and play Page R compositions and instrument collections sent to you by others.
  • authentic Fairlight CMI user interface experience, including floppy disk sounds.
  • on-screen music keyboard.
  • use an external Core MIDI keyboard to play the CMI voices. (Note that the in-app page incorrectly says that this is a Pro feature.)
UPGRADE to PRO VERSION
    Use the in-App upgrade process to add these features for an additional $39.99:
  • gain access to the CMI III voices library.
  • create instrument sets that store settings for all 8 channels, including the voices, pitch shifts, volumes, release times etc.
  • use Page R to create songs that can be used with any instrument set.
  • use the on-screen keyboard or external MIDI keyboard to record new notes while your composition is playing (minimum iPhone 3GS, iPod Touch 3G or iPad recommended). Line6 MidiMobilizer and Akai SynthStation are supported.
  • play back your masterpiece, essentially as it would sound on a real CMI!
  • export MIDI files from Page R, with General MIDI instruments for each channel specified by you
  • import MIDI files into Page R, with all the notes ready to be edited.
  • import audio files to be used as voices in your instrument sets and compositions.
  • send and receive songs and instrument sets by email.
Pricing and Availability:
7,99 € More information:
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2 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
KGB    Said...

Nothing more than a crippled app that actually costs $50.00 before you can actually use it as it should be.

Serious ripoff developer.

26-Mar-11 11:53 PM


Roger    Said...

Crippled? You can listen to all of the legendary sounds from the CMI II library. I think this is way cool!!

03-May-11 02:49 PM


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