Arturia Releases iSpark Drum Machine For iPad

Features include 640 instruments, 40 kits, and 16-track mixer with effects      18/02/16

Arturia Releases iSpark Drum Machine For iPad


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Arturia has just released iSpark for the iPad. They say that iSpark is an all-inclusive beat-making solution allowing to create rich tracks from A to Z while experiencing an unequaled workflow, and that it includes a large variety of drum kits and individual instruments based on the most renowned drum machines and top-notch sound design.

A spokesperson told us "iSpark is the result of a simple recipe, care for rhythm, innovation and uncompromising ergonomics combined with the personality of the greatest drum machines."

Main features:

  • Pristine quality sound engines including: TAE® analog synthesis, physical modeling, and multi-layered samples provided by our top-tier development partners
  • 640 Instruments / 40 kits -Classic drum machines/ Electronic kits/ Acoustic kits
  • Shuffle and shift modes to humanize grooves
  • Choke groups to mute instruments naturally
  • Song mode with 16 segments
  • Song segment triggering from hardware
  • Performance master effects: repeat, tape, reverse, strobe, pan, mix, bit crusher, 8-mode filter and Roller
  • 16-track mixer with high-quality effects: multiband compressor, bit crusher, multiband EQ, chorus, delay, reverb, distortion, phaser, plate reverb, destroyer, flanger, space pan, limiter, sub generator
  • Real-time automation on all parameters
  • Compatible with SparkLE controller
  • Ableton Link integration
  • Possibility to share projects, kits and instruments between iSpark and the desktop version of Spark 2.

 

To accompany the release Synth Anatomy has posted a series of tutorial videos here. We've shared the first one below...

 

Pricing and Availability:
$9.99 at the app store.

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