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AxisPad 1.0

AxisPad is a music instrument on your handheld computer.


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  • Last Updated: Jun 1, 2008
  • License: Shareware $19.95
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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AxisPad is a Home & Education software developed by minimusic. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for AxisPad:

AxisPad is a music instrument on your handheld computer. You can use the full touch sensitive screen to create sound gestures. Each axis (up/down, left/right) can be assigned to change different parameters of the sound. Push the up control on your phone or handheld to change the settings, down to hide the settings, or use the left/right controls to change instruments.

On most Modern handhelds and phones, AxisPad uses our Krikit Synth to generate sound. This is the same audio engine found in all of our application which means you can design your own sounds using SoundPad and then perform with them in AxisPad. On some handhelds, AxisPad can send MIDI data to attached electronic musical instruments or other MIDI hardware. While using MIDI, AxisPad can be set to send all manner of control change data to manipulate panning or modulation, simulate a breath controller, after-touch, or adjust many other performance and sound parameters.

AxisPad is our update of the Theremini/Theremidi application by Pete Moss. Theremini was one of the earliest music shareware applications for the Palm Platform and we previously bundled it with our software. When we heard Theremini would no longer be updated we decided to re-interpret the idea and add support for all of the latest technology available on modern handhelds.
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