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Pepp ... it's universal, it's free, and it has arrived!

I was only talking about this just the other day, and now it's here.

Pepp opens up the joy of electronic music making to everyone. Thanks to an intelligent rythm and harmony engine, no musical knowledge is needed. Pepp is immediate, intuitive and vastly musical by nature.

Make electronic music like there's nothing to it! Pepp is very easy to use yet it can produce a vast range of sounds. Forget about boring factory sounds. Come up with your own mindbending loops in no time, store them in memory slots, mix them live and jam with your friends. Tweak all parameters to the extreme without destroying your original loops.

This twisted groovebox/arpeggiator/synthesizer lets you quickly forge original electronic music using sixteen sliders and a sixteen step sequencer. Instantly save and recall your ideas without missing a beat. With 160 memory slots you're not likely to run out of storage.

Pepp can also be synced via MIDI, played live from a MIDI keyboard or sequenced from your favorite DAW. Naturally, all sliders can be mapped to midi controllers. Pepp is also integrated with Audiobus so you can use it with all of your audiobus compatible apps!

Features at a glance
  • Ten synth oscillators
  • Five drum oscillators
  • FM-synthesis
  • Audiobus
  • MIDI Clock in
  • MIDI in (Notes and CC)
  • MIDI Latch/Gate
  • Intelligent arpeggiator
  • Advanced rythm engine
  • Lo-/Hi-pass Filter w/ Resonance
  • Delay
  • Samle and hold
  • Instant resample/reloop
  • Detune
  • Portamento
  • Reverb
  • Gain
  • Glissando
  • Master octave +-2
  • Tempo multiplier

Oscillator types
  • Sine
  • Square
  • Sawtooth
  • Triangle
  • Wavetable
  • Noise

Some key features are disabled in this FREE version of Pepp. The full version of Pepp can be unlocked from within the app by using in-app purchase.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Glad it's free to try because even without the ability to do anything, I've saved 3.99 - which I had to come here to find out how much it was. Yesterday there was no mention of a price. Not the best start.
No documentation is also a big problem. It always is. I've reached a point now where I'm unwilling to buy every app going, just to find something nice that'll fit in with my thing and workflow. No docs = no idea = no purchase.
Got through so many apps because I used to just buy pretty much everything.
I realize it's tough for iOS developers; they make an app, maybe have to get a website, promote, make videos, manual, do support, cash very small cheques from Apple, etc. And I feel guilty that I won't just buy every app and I'm sure there are more people like me now - ones that found some cool apps they're happy with and are less reluctant to let newcomers aboard.

Just wanted to try and describe my thoughts and feelings on this; no malice intended.