Arturia has updated the iSEM app to use the features of Audiobus 2 so the two can work with ease. iSEM can take full advantage of the Audiobus 2 advance features making it a compliment to Audiobus 2. Read more below.
Software program and hardware firm Arturia is honored to announce availability of an Audiobus 2 supporting upgrade (V1.0.2) to iSEM, its genuine recreation of the 1974-vintage Oberheim Synthesizer Expander Module (SEM) for iPad.As Arturia’s second subtractive synthesizer recreation for iPad, iSEM has confirmed to be well-liked with both newbie purchasers starting a journey into the remarkable world of synths and seasoned synth professionals like former Depeche Mode key-board player/programmer/arranger Alan Wilder, who definitely values both its credibility as an Oberheim SEM owner and the current advancements feasible via its iPad host: “Being the proprietor of the original hardware synth, I could confirm that this virtual app stands, supplying a combo of comprehensive familiarity incorporated with total stability, adaptability, and the welcome addition of lots of presets, plus added features.”.
While Arturia consistently values such support from well-known artists, appealing iSEM renovations throughout V1.0.2 is one of the first synth apps to assist all Audiobus 2 functions. Running as many applications in parallel or series as the host gadget can deal with, Audiobus 2 could take care of multiple, independent apps, with as several inputs, filters, or outputs as the user wishes. Many thanks to this Audiobus 2 assistance, iSEM users can smartly save presets of their hookup and discuss them via e-mail or social networks. It goes without saying, the musical globe is getting smaller.