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A Hefty Update To Drambo By BeepStreet

BeepStreet have updated Drambo, their highly popular and successful ‘groovebox’. Drambo is currently available for $19.99 with optional in-app purchases.

What’s new in version 2.25:

  • Various bug fixes and stability improvements.
  • New IAP “DSP extensions 1” containing 2 modules: Wave scanner and BBD resonator.
  • MIDI clips may be imported and exported now (Clip menu)
  • Rack view may be enlarged to 110% of it’s original size (iPad only, Settings)
  • Sample browser: added web browser mode. You may download samples directly from websites (e.g.
  • Added MIDI sequencer module
  • Analog filter module: added a new filter model FDB LP12 – self modulating 2 pole LP filter
  • Wavetables/Wave spline module added: draw or waveshape wavetable
  • Wavetables/Wave motion module: added a new type of wavetable modulation
  • Wavetables/Wave effect module: added Bitmask phase effect
  • Graphic envelope module: added bar sync option
  • Flexi sampler: Load and Rec buttons are visible, when sample is not loaded. Swipe down to remove sample.
  • Recorder module: sample is saved with a project. Tapping wave shows extended view
  • LFO module: added random sine and random triangle waveforms
  • Oscillator mini module: added “2 detuned saws” mode
  • X/Y pad module: added popover mode
  • Morph module: fixed issues with wrong color coding, added “Clear assigns” action.
  • Pitch module – semi and fine paramters are bipolar now
  • Stems recording: tapping play while transport is running will disarm recording
  • Piano roll editor and multitrack step sequencer: fixed several minor issues
  • Long labels are truncated in the middle
  • Clip p-locking: remains active when Select button is down
  • Piano keyboard: added Mixolydian scale
  • Ableton Link: Drambo doesn’t change link tempo after loading a new project
  • Fixed issues with mapping AUv3 parameters via map menu in some plugins.

Drambo is an innovative modular groovebox and audio processing environment. Modular components are used to build synthesized and sample based instruments or audio effects using high-quality DSP and audio-rate modulation. Tied to a powerful sequencer, it’s an optimal music creation tool for sound design, composition, performance and experimentation.

At the heart of Drambo lies an entirely new concept that makes modular creations easy, fun and affordable. Modules are connected automatically, with no cables as you add or rearrange them. A dynamic interface creates modulation knobs when you need them. Modules may house other modules, so you can keep your patch well organized. Of course, automatic connections can be overridden. In Drambo you can focus on playing with sound and signal structure without getting lost in wires.

Use a deep and innovative sequencer to compose patterns and whole tracks, for production or live performance. Go beyond simple looping sequences with parameter locking, conditional step components, parameters automation and powerful scene morphing. Drambo works equally well as a self-contained standalone app or audio unit plugin with audio and MIDI connectivity as an AUV3 instrument, audio effect and MIDI effect. No modular experience necessary to get started playing with preset sounds and effects.

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