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  • Nice looking UI

  • Oh WOW. Roll on Christmas :)

  • Looks strangely like BM3. This must be a new GUI design trend I'm not aware of as a mere consumer. iPad first is a bummer, but glad to hear it's actually happening

  • edited September 11 Vote Up0

    @db909 said:
    Looks strangely like BM3. This must be a new GUI design trend I'm not aware of as a mere consumer. iPad first is a bummer, but glad to hear it's actually happening

    I think AUM re-kickstarted the dark/flat design trend resurgence.

    Personally I love it, exactly as I'd do it if I was let loose on an app.

  • It looks incredibly clean and doesn't bother with being needlessly fancy. I never figured out how to use Nano Studio though, all those years back when I first got an iPhone.

  • P.S. I apologize for overusing adverbs in my previous post. Society's recent surge has (apparently! see told ya) gotten to me.

  • @oat_phipps said:
    It looks incredibly clean and doesn't bother with being needlessly fancy. I never figured out how to use Nano Studio though, all those years back when I first got an iPhone.

    Me too, one of my first apps.

    BM3 is a bit like that for me. I work it out, go off and do other things for a few weeks then come back and I've forgotten how to use it.

  • edited September 11 Vote Up0

    @db909 said:
    Looks strangely like BM3. This must be a new GUI design trend I'm not aware of as a mere consumer. iPad first is a bummer, but glad to hear it's actually happening

    A vast amount of audio plugins and various other UIs have looked like this for quite some time. And for good reason.

    EDIT: I see now perhaps you're referring to the actual placement of the menus and icons being similar to BM3. I can definitely see that similarity. Carry on.

  • Looks really great but a little disappointing we'll probably wait until December and no audio tracks on release.

  • Love it, and it concentrates on MIDI first, which is great for me.

  • Looks sort of like Alchemy in Logic. No audio tracks on release is mildy disappointing, but hey the wait has been long thus far, a little more won't hurt.

  • It's got Fairy Dust. Sold :)

  • Looks snazzy! :)

  • So many little bits of awesome revealed in those screen shots. It's the mass of those little bits of awesome that makes Nanostudio er, Nanostudio.

    A good sequencer and good effects with an even better synth? Sign me up.

  • edited September 12 Vote Up0

    @syrupcore said:
    So many little bits of awesome revealed in those screen shots. It's the mass of those little bits of awesome that makes Nanostudio er, Nanostudio.

    A good sequencer and good effects with an even better synth? Sign me up.

    I bet you're excited about this one.

    I skipped BM2, but dived in for 3. I've had NS1 since my first iPhone 3GS, and though I could never get my head around writing a full track with it, I did enjoy mucking about with the synths.

    Even though I probably still won't finish a track with it (nothing completed in BM3 so far), if there's a decent intro price I could see me plumping for this one, because these things are just fun to play with.

  • Still using NS a lot. This is an instant buy.

  • The awesomeness just got awesomer!

  • AWESOME! Holy cow... multi layer sampler! YES!

  • I hope somebody can talk him in to releasing the convolution reverb as an AU, we need one badly as AU.

  • But the question is, does it crash.................... ;)

    Is it Universal?

  • edited September 12 Vote Up0

    NanoStudio 2 looks awesome and those synths look versatile.

    It's just a shame Eden isn't included in NanoStudio 2 because that was a great sounding synth/sampler and was one of my favourites on iOS. It will be missed.

  • Shame about the audio tracks, that was what I was looking forward to most in NS2. Still, hopefully they won't be too far behind the initial release.

  • Instant buy even though i don't actually need another DAW. NS works just as well as a self contained groovebox which i'm hoping is still the case in NS2

  • No need for a DAW missing audio tracks here at least but some folks will love it I know.

  • No Audio tracks, that’s a missing opportunity, as much as I would like it I am not purchasing a DAW again without Audio tracks.

  • Looking sweet! I wonder if it'll have any side-chain capabilities this time around.

  • Looks cool but I'm a Beatmaker3 man.

  • "Macro knobs can be renamed" - sometimes its the simple things :)

    Other noteable mentions -
    Tempo and Time signature tracks
    Multilayer sampler
    MIDI FX

  • @OscarSouth said:
    Looks cool but I'm a Beatmaker3 man.

    At this time I am.

    The caveat being that if BM3 is still crashing at the rate it currently does for me, well........................

    I have invested in most of the iaps and really hope it is crash free soon.

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    BM3 definitely has my interest and love at the moment.

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