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AutoPad is the easiest way for your band to run background pads!<br><br>AutoPad is a tool for musicians that helps you easily run ambient pad loops. Simply tap a key to start a pad, and AutoPad will provide a tasteful soundscape that plays for as long as you desire. Natural crossfades between keys are handled automatically.<br><br><br>Features:<br><br>- AutoPad has two modes: LIVE mode gives you instant access to all twelve keys, while SETLIST mode allows you to create a custom list of songs.<br><br>- AutoPad comes with 10 carefully designed pad sounds. Each one provides a unique atmosphere in all 12 keys. More sounds are available as in-app purchases.<br><br>- AutoPad features a built-in metronome. Keep your band locked in without needing to lug around a tracks rig.<br><br>- AutoPad's menu gives you control over crossfade time, two filters, reverb amount, pan, and volume.<br><br>- AutoPad works with Audiobus 3 and Inter App Audio (IAA) so you can run your pads alongside your other IAA-enabled apps using Audiobus 3, AUM, and others.<br><br>- AutoPad responds to MIDI! Plug in a MIDI controller or use a MIDI-enabled app to control AutoPad.<br><br>- AutoPad features a dark color scheme that is easy on the eyes and performs well on the stage.<br><br><br>Notes:<br><br>- For iPhones SE and 6S and older, AutoPad may only work with Audiobus 3 and IAA while headphones are plugged in. This is a known issue and is unavoidable at this time.
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Some huge pros: • the app is STABLE, no crashing, audio is seamless, even when switching between apps • it's straightforward in its layout, which is a big plus when working on stage Honestly seeing that this is v1 makes me extremely excited for what it could become. Autopad already is set to be one of the most useful tools in my arsenal. A couple of recommendations: • add volume control within the app: pads are a bit quiet compared to other apps like Bebot and GarageBand • add minor chords • create a way to cycle through a setlist, allow users to create their own grid with what they will need EDIT: • also definitely create a way to mess with some of the Pad timbres, such as add more motion or movement, swells, brighten/dampen with low pass filters, etc. I showed a friend of mine this, and we both agreed it's a great start. It's just the tones, although they're well designed, are rather plane without any kind of background melodic movement like synth swells and chorusy delay/verb chains.
I found this great for intros but if I kept it on for the whole song, it would just start to feel like a hypnosis or constant feedback somewhere. Features I would like to see: Ability to set a timer for how long a single pad to play. Allow user to create layers of timed pads. Create a “Scene” - combined with the timer and layer feature. This allows the user to combine multiple recorded or timed notes for intro pads, verse and chorus pads etc. ‘Tap’ for tempo. Simple explanation... if you have someone else running the pads the ability to match the tempo by navigating to a tempo tab with a big round circle or something to tap on would be great. This feature should be real time adjustment because most changes a user makes with the current version, you have to stop the pad and restart it. Texture pads - sometimes I like to add a small bit of nighttime noises to make it feel like we’re out under the stars (like David Crowder Band - I need words); I also like the crackling of a fire (Any song from Rend Collective’s Campfire album); and even a ticking clock (You can barely hear this in the song Only Hope by Switchfoot). A lot of the functionality aspects I am suggesting are included in iReal Pro but the advantage I see for AutoPad is the ability to distill these suggested features down to fit AutoPads target audience.
Great idea for an app! A cool future feature would be to have the ability to blend in additional intervals (2nds, 5ths, 7ths). Having the ability to fade those intervals in and out would give this so much more character and make it a more musical tool. I found that I can tap two pads at the same time—sometimes it works; sometimes it doesn't. However, fading in specific intervals would be better. I'm looking forward to seeing what else you come up with.
I love the app, the sounds are good, the pan allows us to have click in the in-ears and not in FOH, and the menus & settings are easy to navigate. However, we’ve used this app now for two rehearsals and one church service, and the app has crashed twice, luckily only during the rehearsals. Seems like it might be a little unstable, and it would be SUPER nice to have different tones for the click other than the ice-pick-to-the-brain sound. It’s a bit painful when there’s only the click coming through in your ears and it’s too easily drowned out by the rest of the band. Otherwise the app is great, and I’m happy with the purchase.
We’ve been using this app on Sunday mornings for a few months. Overall, we’re very happy with what it allows us to do. The simple interface making changing keys and sounds an effortless task, which is hugely important when we’re playing live music. I can keep strumming and singing and quickly adjust the pad. Awesome. Our only critique is that we wish minor keys were available. This would make it a 5-star app for us!
Developed by Ryan Robinson.
AutoPad — Ambient Pad Loops is ranking in Music
Last update was at Oct 09, 2019and the current version is 1.7.2.
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