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- iDrum can have any number of channels.
- Load any AIFF or WAV file smaller than 2MB.
- Quickly scroll through the samples in a folder while iDrum plays them back.
- Quickly jump to any sample in a folder.
- Drag and drop samples into iDrum's window to create new channels.
- 'Part Presets' - save channel parts as.cpart files.
- Full sync when running within Logic and Garageband.
- Bounce to AIFF -- you can save the current pattern as an AIFF... you also have the option to have iDrum bounce *each channel* to a separate AIFF in one go.
- Save as MIDI -- You can export part data as a single MIDI file for more advanced editing in Logic or GarageBand and disengage iDrum's 'slave to host' option to use it as a sample playback instrument. (You can also optionally export in GB-friendly AppleLoops wrapped MIDI).
- Sample-Accurate clock when bouncing as AIFF or running in Standalone.
- iDrum files - iDrum saves its state in a file with the.idrum extension -- it can optionally store all the samples that are part of the current kit for portability. In addition, it stores all the part and pattern data as well -- making an idrum file a kind of insane loop file, with all the original one shots, plus pattern data.
- Skins - iDrum is fully skinnable via.skin files.
- Supachunky Swing.