One of my fav freestyle jamming apps released this year has to be the Figure. This very first update introduces some very welcome new additions, the least of which is to be able to ‘save’ jams…Something that really should have been in the original release, but who is complaining. If you don’t own it yet, drop the $1 on it, you won’t regret the purchase.
Stockholm, Sweden (July 06, 2012) (ictw) – Today, Propellerhead has released an update to Figure, its best selling music app for iOS. Available immediately, Figure 1.1 now adds saving, browsing and loading of songs, as well as variable loop lengths and export of audio through iTunes file Sharing. These new enhancements provide users with the most requested additions.
Figure pricing remains the same at EUR €0.79 / USD $0.99 and is available on the Apple iTunes AppStore: http://itunes.apple.com/app/figure/id511269223?ls=1&mt=8
Full list of changes in Figure 1.1
• Save, browse and load song files
• Set length of loop (1,2,4,8 bars)
• Export audio to iTunes File Sharing
• Changed Record behavior. Tap record and then draw on the pad to start your recording. Or press Play.
• Performance and bug fixes
Full product info on Figure can be found at: propellerheads.se/figure
An early demo video showcasing some of the key features -