AutoPad is the easiest way for your band to run background pads!
Designed with worship musicians in mind, AutoPad is a tool 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.
– 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.
– AutoPad comes with 10 carefully designed pad sounds. Each one provides a unique atmosphere in all 12 keys.
– Expand your sound library by importing your own pads or by purchasing one of the in-app sound packs.
– AutoPad comes with a fully-featured AUv3 plugin! Run AutoPad alongside other music apps in your favorite AUv3 host.
– AutoPad features a built-in metronome. Keep your band locked in without needing to lug around a tracks rig.
– AutoPad’s menu gives you control over crossfade time, two filters, reverb amount, pan, and volume.
– AutoPad responds to MIDI! Plug in a MIDI controller or use a MIDI-enabled app to control AutoPad.
– AutoPad features a dark color scheme that is easy on the eyes and performs well on the stage.
New in AutoPad 1.8:
– AutoPad now lets you import custom pad samples!
– AutoPad now comes with a fully-featured AUv3 plugin!
– AutoPad now comes with a simple setlist organizer.
– AutoPad now has localizations for Spanish and Portuguese.
– AutoPad now lets you AirDrop your setlist to other devices! (App)
– AutoPad now supports Ableton Link! (App)
– AutoPad now supports Bluetooth MIDI. (App)
– Simplifications and improvements to MIDI behavior. (App)
– Simplified the restore purchases flow.
– EQ touch-ups on Analog Sine, Dark Uno, and Default.
– New click sound.
– Reworked the crossfade envelope. Now using an equal power crossfade for a more natural sound.
– AutoPad no longer supports Audiobus 3 or Inter-App Audio. Please use AUv3 instead.
– Very minor UI tweaks.
Note to AUv3 users: Your previous in-app purchases will not be visible to the audio unit until you have launched the app for the first time.