Starting with version 1.1.4, Arctic Keys now includes two delay effects. The default delay operates like a typical digital delay and this is the ideal delay to use but it might cause existing patches to sound differently. Therefore, we have also included a Legacy Delay Effect from previous versions of Arctic Keys.
To activate the Legacy Delay Effect. From the Home screen choose Settings > Arctic Keys > Legacy Delay Effect.
Arctic Keys can use a lot of CPU particularly on the iPad 1 and iPhone 3GS. The CPU usage can be seen by changing the settings on the peak meter. In the top right of the app, tap the "Pref." menu button and select "Interface Operation". Then set the Peak Meter to CPU. The longer the bars, the more CPU the app is using. If you experience audio pops when the bars are nearing the red zone, you are using too much CPU.
It is recommended that you run as few background apps as possible to maximise the available CPU. Please close unnecessary applications. You can do this by double-clicking the Home Button to bring up the Multitasking Bar, tap and hold the app icons until they wobble, then tap the close icon to shut down the app(s).
If you need to restore the factory patterns they are available as a ZIP file from here: Factory Patterns
The main cause of crashes with Molten Drum Machine typically involve running other audio apps in the background. While Molten supports "background audio" (being able to continue running while the app is not visible and co-existing with other audio/music apps) we recommend that you are aware of certain bugs. These crashes are caused by the audio buffer being resized. If you experience these problems, it is highly recommended that you do not run other audio/music apps in the background while Molten is in use.
iPro.DJSampler support is provided by iThirtySeven
On the LCD swipe right for optional features.