Triggler: Sampler, Sequencer & Wave Synth
By Christopher Hobson
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** Now With Ableton Link Integration! **
Sample, edit & sequence sounds from your microphone, external input or AudioCopy. Record a voice, instrument or any random sound. Samples can be edited, re-triggered & sequenced to create an arrangement. Add effects to modulate your sounds. Great not only for live performance but also sonic experimentation!
** Key Compatibility **
• Ableton Link integration
Ableton Link is a new technology that
synchronizes beat, phase and tempo of
Ableton Live and Link-enabled iOS apps over
a wireless network.
• Audiobus input & output ports
• AudioCopy integration
• CoreMIDI external keyboard input support
** Sampler **
• Quick & easy mic & line-input recording
• Load & save samples
• Loop/one-shot modes
• Copy/paste, crop/trim & reverse
• Adjust pitch & amplitude
• Undo edit & record
** More Features **
• 16 step sequencer with 4 loops
• Low latency "swipe-over" trigger pads
• Effects: Distortion, Modulated Filter & Beat Repeater
• Record & share via Mail, Message, AirDrop, AudioCopy or Social Media
• Background audio mode
What's New in Version 1.1.6
• Added Ableton Link Integration!
Pro Music Creating App
Been using Triggler for a few weeks now. It takes a bit to understand the functionality and after figuring out all the bells and whistles this app does an amazing and unique job of allowing me to create music. Ableton Link allows me to sit with friends and create music together. If you have troubling figuring out how to use the app there are useful tutorials and demos on YouTube.
Easy for Pros, Pointless for n00bs
Some reviewers shouldn't own smartphones. The software is good and inexpensive, for what the amount of functionality it can bring to an iPhone. You can't really go wrong with an on-the-fly sequencer that honors AbletonLINK, paste-able 8 part sampler with some expression XY pads to shape sound. It has a slick interface and isn't as difficult as some of mentally challenge knucklebeaks that whine about how it's pointless! Although I've not tested completely, it seems solid and not difficult to become familiar if you know how to use sequencers, drum machines, or beatbox. I'm giving it four stars because there's always a little room to optimize.