Developer website: Nigel Rios
AudioSwift allows you to use your trackpad as a control surface and MIDI controller in your DAW.
- Mixer: Control one or two faders at the same time using simple touches. Move the panning, set the send's levels, use your trackpad as a jog wheel, and write automation in a quick and easy way. It is currently supported in Logic Pro, Pro Tools, and Ableton Live. (The jog wheel and master fader are only available in certain DAWs).
- Trigger: Devide your trackpad in different zones to start making beats, or play sustained notes. Up to three notes can be played at the same time.
- Scale: Choose a tonic note and then select a scale. Slide your fingers from left to right to play notes in the selected key. Apply pressure to the trackpad and it will send aftertouch MIDI messages. (Aftertouch requires a trackpad with Force Touch).
- XY: Use your trackpad as an XY pad to control several parameters at the same time, using one, two and three fingers configurations.
- New Slider Mode with 12 configurable virtual sliders.
- New XY Mode design with 5 views and 30 configurable controllers.
- It now works with Adobe Lightroom using a third party open source plugin.
- Adds Pitch Bend with relative center position(0 pitch bend).
- Adds new Regular Format for CC messages.
- Adds default CC values and automatic return to default after a finger is released.
- Adds labels for Slider and XY modes.
- AudioSwift's console can now be turned on temporarily with a tap plus the shift key.
- When working with two trackpads or a trackpad with a mouse, AudioSwift can now be turned on automatically by just touching the trackpad's surface.
- OS X 10.11.6 or later