GrooveMaker for the iPad offers the same features and streamlined workflow as the iPhone/iPod version for making music with loops, but also takes advantage of the new larger multi-touchsurface to provide enhanced operation with an integrated, advanced controller.
Users will find a mixer-like environment with large slider controls for volume, pan and master volume of the eight controllable loop tracks, plus instant access to tempo, solo and mute functions on the same screen.
Also, GrooveMaker for iPad adds more control when working with loops. Users can now switch “snapped” grooves with a single touch and control the number of loops that are automatically combined during a random mix.
There are four GrooveMaker packs for the iPad available now: free (a 120-loop pack with a mix of House and Hip-Hop), House, Hip-Hop, and Drums and Nass.
GrooveMaker House, Hip-Hop and Drums and Bass contain more than 300 loops each and are $9.99 from the iTunes App Store.