MIDISynth-Circuit breathes new life into your Novation Circuit
MIDISynth-Circuit Android Edition, expands your Novation Circuit – adding intuitive controls for some hidden features alongside new and interesting parameters.
The Novation Circuit introduced a world of new sound-design and music creation possibilities with its unique design and interface, however there are a few elements that, with the help of a third-party editor, really stand out. There have been a few third-party editors available, none quite as fully-fledged as MIDISynth-Circuit by Sigabort.
Now you’re able to create/store/retrieve patches and control your Novation Circuit easily and intuitively via an Android mobile device. MIDISynth-Circuit gives you access to all of the parameters of all three instrument layers, allowing you to edit on-the-fly or trigger sessions remotely. You’re also able to load sessions and sample packs that are created using Novation’s Components web application.
The Novation Circuit offers a truly unique approach to music creation on-the-go, its small form-factor alongside its sheer power made it so appealing. MIDISynth-Circuit Android Edition adds that extra level of functionality, while maintaining the mobile form-factor. The Circuit can be battery-powered, then simply plug in your tablet via an “on-the-go” cable or Bluetooth MIDI adapter and you’re good to go.
Not just for the Android users…
MIDISynth-Circuit is also available as a VST/AU plugin or standalone editor for PC/Mac users, as well as an iOS application. Now your Novation Circuit can easily be integrated into your DAW for use within your projects.
MIDISynth-Circuit is available in an “extended” version, adding some extra features such as parameter randomizing, patch morphing and a performance panel housing four X/Y controllers and a further 16 assignable fader controls.
MIDISynth-Circuit starts out at GBP £15 (Around R260) for the basic version and GBP £20 (Around R350) for the extended version.
For more info check out Sigabort’s website.
For the VST/Standalone version, visit Isotonik Studio’s website.
For the iOS version, visit their app store page.