Camel Audio Updates Alchemy Mobile

New manual and support for the general pasteboard added      28/05/13

Alchemy Mobile v2 is the latest update to Camel Audio's
iOS sample manipulation synthesiser for your
iPhone/iPad. The 2.0.18 update provides support for the
general pasteboard so you can easily paste audio into
Garageband and other non-ACP apps. Also included are
a new manual to help you get the most from all its features
both old and new, as well as additional improvements:

• Copy/Paste to Garageband and other non-ACP apps
• New Manual makes learning easy - see Extra->Help
• New 'Himalaya: Vintage' Sound Library available
- authentic classic synths
• Improved handling of looped audio
• Improved background rendering
• Various other improvements and fixes


Himalaya: Vintage for Alchemy Mobile Out Now

Camel Audio have also announced Himalaya: Vintage
for Alchemy Mobile. They say that it offers an authentic vintage vibe and
playability with squelchy basses, rich multi-layered pads,
cutting synths and shimmering strings. Classic synths
include the Mellotron, Solina and Oberheim.

Pricing and Availability:

Alchemy Mobile Free is now available for iPhone/iPad.
Download immediately from the iTunes app store.

Alchemy Mobile Pro Upgrade is available for iPhone/iPad for
just 14.99 USD / 11.99 EUR / 10.49 GBP.  The Pro Upgrade is
available as in-app purchase from the free version.

Himalaya: Vintage is available as an in-app purchase for
just 4.99 USD / 3.99 EUR / 2.99 GBP.

More information:

 

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