★ Audio Features ★
- 20 Musical Scales
- All 12 Musical Keys Signatures
- 7 Octave Range
- Background Keyboard/Piano
- Audio Waveform Adjustment (Sine, Triangle, Sawtooth, Square)
- Creative Sound Sculpting (Echo, Attack, Decay, Release)
★ Rhythm Features ★
- Adjustable Tempo
★ Sharing/Exporting Features ★
- Record and share audio file to Dropbox, email, SoundCloud and more
- Save/Load Creations
★ General Features ★
- Adjustable Node Physics (gravity, speed, proximity)
- Drum and Octave Generators
- Start/Stop Nodes by double tapping
- Sleep Timer for falling asleep to NodeBeat
Created by Seth Sandler and Justin Windle. Ported to Android by Laurence Muller.
NodeBeat is available on Android, iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Playbook.
★ Notes ★
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Have a problem? Please contact us so we may help: feedback[at]nodebeat.com. We can only fix problems we know about. ★ ★ ★
- On some devices running Android 2.2 or lower, the internal memory usage will be significantly more due to a bug fixed in Android 2.3 and above. We recommend updating to Android 2.3+ if possible to fix this issue.
Tunable is a chromatic tuner, tone/chord generator, metronome, and recorder that helps you learn to play steadily, in tune, and on beat. Featuring a unique “tuning history” display for visualizing pitch over time, Tunable is the perfect toolkit for beginning to professional musicians.
★ Learn to play in tune with sustained pitch history ★
Visualize how steadily you play or sing. As notes are held out, a white line draws how steady the pitch is. The straighter the line, the more consistent the pitch.
★ Improve your ear with tone and chord generator ★
Need a reference tone or chord? Use the tone and chord generator to play and sustain chords with various tone options. Choose from different temperaments to hear how they compare.
★ Keep tempo with an accurate and simple metronome ★
See the pulse with a visual metronome. View subdivision and current beat, with a large display and visual flash.
★ Record and share ★
Record your practice and performances. Add reverb for a professional sound. Share recordings through e-mail, SoundCloud, Dropbox and more.
★ Features ★
• Large, colorful tuning indicator clearly shows when in tune (green fills the screen)
• Clear, visual tuner with note, octave, cents (+\-), and frequency (hz) display
• Tuning history to see how well you’re sustaining notes over time
• Especially suited for wind instruments and strings with note detection from Tuba to Piccolo (24hz to 15khz+)
• Horizontal and vertical tuning displays
• Adjustable A=440 reference tone
• Change between equal, just, pythagorean, and 18 other tuning temperaments
Tone and Chord Generator
• Chromatic Tone Generator with multiple tone options and sustain
• Play and sustain chords
• Auto Octave rounding for easy note access
• Large number display with visual flash to see the downbeat, subdivision, and pulse
• Adjust tempo, beats per measure, and subdivision
• See tempo markings to quickly jump between standard tempos
• Tempo Tap (tap metronome center to set a tempo)
• Continues to play when screen is locked or in the background
• Record and save unlimited recordings
• Share recordings through e-mail, SoundCloud, DropBox, and more
• Highly accurate (1/100 of a cent) and responsive
• Transpose notes to any instrument
• Dark and light themes
★ Notes ★
★ ★ ★ Have a problem? Please contact us so we may help: apps[at]affinityblue.com. We can only fix problems we know about. ★ ★ ★
BubbleBeats is a unique form of media player that makes organizing music … fun. Arranging colorful bubbles you can create visual playlists that endlessly surprise and excite.
This labor of love was created from the ground up for Android devices by a devoted team of artists, engineers and music aficionados. Our beta had 30,000 user and their feedback has been paramount in BB's evolution. New features will be added based on users' generous, smart and thoughtful suggestions.
WARNING: BubbleBeats is unlike any music app you have every used before! Be sure to checkout our video for a super quick tutorial!
The interface fits any screen resolution and can be customised with adjustable font/icon size and white/black color schemes.
- Easy to use sequencer, suitable for rhythm and melody
- Automatisation of all parameters
- 8 channels, each can be synth or sampler
- 8 patterns per channel
- Load samples from SD-card
- Sample via microphone
- Trim samples
- Polyphonic FM-, PWM- and noise synth
- Song editor with loop function
- Send and receive projects via e-mail
- Compatible with iOS version
- WAV and Ogg Vorbis export
- Sharing projects and audio in Dropbox and SoundCloud is possible when these apps are installed.
The interface has been simplified and in most cases, a long press on an icon reveals info and/or a menu.
Nanoloop's FM synth offers a maximum of flexibility within a small set of parameters. It comes with a stereo modulator detune effect and covers the typical clean bells and Rhodes-like sounds, spheric pads, thick beats and basses and all kinds of exotic sounds and noises.
The stepsequencer visualises the rhythmic structure in a compact 4x4 square matrix, which makes it very easy to lay out patterns.
Besides A/D envelope, loop function and start offset, the puristic sampler comes without effects. You can record up to 6 seconds via microphone or load samples from SD-Card (WAV with 8, 22, 44 or 48 KHz).
Note: Nanoloop does not need an internet connection. It does perform a license check though during the first 10 minutes via internet when running for the first time. Once the check was successful, the result is stored locally permanently and you can work offline.
Published by 1st Creative Labs.
Will not work on Galaxy S2 due to a bug we are working to fix. Apologies for this inconvenience.
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Orbits is a generative music app allowing you to play around in an interactive sonic sandbox. With multitouch support, Orbits allows you to create a series of particles that chase each other and interact to generate music based on some predefined constraints.
Simply press a finger down to start growing a particle, drag to set it's initial direction and release to see it fly off. Particles attract, so try putting them in Orbits around each other, or something. When they collide, they play notes based on their sizes.
The android menu button opens the following options:
Tails: Turn on/off the tails for the particles. This increases performance a lot on phones and some tablets, and also changes the general look of the app.
Auto Play: turn this on to make particles generate themselves.
Background Music: turns on/off the background music (surprised?)
This is an actively developed, updated and supported app. It's in its initial stages, but I will keep adding features to it for as long as I'm not bored of it, which will take a while. This will include different types of particles and forces, sounds, etc. This version has no ads at all (at least for now), and it's completely free, so enjoy it.
The beta version is now no longer supported, so this is the official Orbits.
Entertain yourself with binaural beats in an absolutely harmless way using one of the many presets available for this application. With the full featured PC version you can also create your own presets and share them with the world.
This free version is supported by non invasive ads.
The source code is available from the application website.
Self-interest is the highest value being promoted today. All this to sustain a legacy system that we are forced to inherit. The question remains… Do we want to continue this way of living and thinking?
“What we are trying in all these discussions and talks here,
Is to see if we cannot radically bring about a transformation of the mind. Not accept things as they are – but to understand it, to go into it, examine it, give your heart and your mind with everything that you have to find out. A way of living differently” ~ Jiddu Krishnamurti.
“The reason we have poverty is that we have no imagination. There's no earthly reason; there's no physical, technical reason for there being any poverty at all anywhere. But you see, there are a great many people accumulating what they think is vast wealth, but it's only money. They don't know how to use it, they don't know how to enjoy it, because they have no imagination.” ~Alan Watts
I practice meditation, Tai Chi (Temple Style which involves Qi Gong as well) and yoga. These songs have been written through deep sincere meditation and they express the thoughts & emotions that can’t be brought forward in words. The message is clear - open yourself to infinite possibilities and grow your environmental awareness.
I recommend you find some sort of practice that involves mediation and well being. It will clear your view of thoughts.
Love Light & Meditation
“The difference between genius and stupidity is; genius has its limits… Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I’m not sure about the universe.”
The music of this album is originally recorded in the A=432 hz tuning, which means if you want to play along you must tune the instrument to the 432 hz tuning and not 440 hz as it is generally assumed.
The songs corral ate with matching chakra tones, from bottom to top.
Although three songs are somewhere in between the main chakras.
Written & Composed
by Ophir Paz
Arranged & Produced
by Adi Hayat
Drums by Avi Avidani
Bass, Piano, Keyboard,
Electric Guitar & Programming
by Adi Hayat
Acoustic Guitar by Ophir Paz
Cello by Karin Markovich
Violin by Alexandra Denissov
by Inbal Paz & Inbal Gershkovits
Speech by Alan Watts
Speech by Jiddu Krishnamurti
Performed by Ophir Paz
Mixed by Adi Hayat
Mastering by Ted Jensen
Sterling Sound NY
Recorded at Midikol Studios
Jerusalem 2010 - 2013
App Developer Appum Studios
Intro video Raven Design
Feel free to contact me:
FlowerOfLife Martin Felice Animador
Tree of life by Dario Fidanza
AmbiExplorer allows you to listen and explore ambisonic B-Format and UHJ audio files. It does it by decoding to stereo binaural or virtual microphones. You can decide were you want to be facing in the soundfield by moving a virtual 3D panner that lets you rotate and set the angles for either the virtual human head or the virtual microphones. The polar patterns for the microphones can be set ranging from omni-directional to bi-directional.
Instead of manually moving the panner the positioning sensors in a phone or a Bluetooth tracking device can be used to point in the direction you want to face. This can give you the option of attaching the sensing device to the top of your head or headphones and get a more realistic immersive 3D sound experience (head tracked binaural).
For any questions, suggestions or issues please email me using the Developer's Send Email link located below.
Important Compatibility Notes:
* This app currently requires Android version 4..0 or above and works better on devices with a powerful CPU. Work is being done to make it compatible with previous Android versions.
* For the positioning feature using sensors, a device with accelerometer, gyroscope and magnetometer (compass) is required. If your device doesn't have these sensors this feature will be disabled.
* This app has been tested on a Samsung Galaxy S3, Nexus 7 and Samsung Note 10.1. It will very likely work on many more devices but please try to check as soon as you install so you can request a refund if necessary (Google gives a 15 minute time window only). Before requesting a refund try contacting the developer.
- First order B-Format and UHJ playback (future updates will support higher orders)
- Optimized CIPIC HRTFs from the Ambisonic Toolkit www.ambisonictoolkit.net and LISTEN
- Library management with export and import locally and online via .ambxp files (csv format)
- Geotagging, map and location aware playback
- Plays B-Format from one 4 channel or two 2 channel files and UHJ stereo files (wav, aiff, amb or ogg)
- Decodes to binaural, stereo virtual microphones or stereo UHJ
- Soundfield rotation and virtual mic positioning using a multitouch interface
- Use the device's orientation sensors or external Bluetooth devices for head-tracking (based on: https://github.com/ptrbrtz/razor-9dof-ahrs/wiki/Tutorial )
- Offline export to wav or ogg files
- Audio file sharing with your other audio file enabled apps (DropBox, SoundCloud, Google Drive, etc.)
- 5 band equalizer
If you are new to ambisonics:
Ambisonics is a recording and reproduction system that was invented by Michael Gerzon of the Mathematical Institute in Oxford. This system allows to record the full 360 degrees of sound and later reproduce it through any number of speakers or headphones. These recordings can be processed to get audio signals that are equivalent to having placed a specific type of microphone pointing in a specific direction. This means it is possible to record and later decide where to place the microphones.
Ambisonic recordings can be made using a commercially available Tetrahedral microphone. The B-format files obtained from these recordings are the ones this app can play.
Instead of recording, you can also create surround mixes using already available ambisonic plugins that can be used in your multitrack audio editor. These mixes can be exported as B-Format and played with this app giving them the possibility of interactive, realistic listening.
Ambisonic recording used in the video by John Leonard and the Orfeo Trio
Some external web resources:
What is ambisonics?
What is UHJ?
Download and share B-Format recordings:
- A remote speaker or wireless headphones
- A way to listen to music and movies from your computer anywhere in your house or out on your deck.
- A wireless extension of live audio from your PC-based music system
The full version of SoundWire enables unlimited Opus audio compression, can handle up to 10 connections at the same time, and has no ads or interruptions. It also has a special Pro Mode to set and display buffer latency precisely in milliseconds. You can use any music player on your PC or laptop like Spotify, Grooveshark, YouTube, or iTunes and feed the live sound directly to your Android device. SoundWire lets you listen to the free versions of Grooveshark and Spotify on your phone.
SoundWire has low latency (audio delay), which means it can even be used to listen to the soundtrack of a movie or YouTube video while you watch (**Note you must adjust the buffer size in app settings for low latency). There are other uses too... SoundWire can work as a baby monitor or listening device with a computer such as a netbook that has a built-in microphone. Hook up turntables to your computer's line input and stream a live DJ set to another part of the house over WiFi, or anywhere else over 3G/4G.
- Live audio capture and streaming to multiple clients
- Excellent sound quality (44.1 / 48 kHz stereo 16-bit, PCM or Opus compression)
- True low latency (unlike AirPlay, Airfoil)
- Easy to use
- Compression option greatly reduces network usage
- Can work over Bluetooth by enabling tethering
- Stream music from PC to PC running x86 virtualized app (Linux/Windows)
- Save everything you hear to a file (MP3 or WAV)
Before using SoundWire on your Android device you must install and run the SoundWire Server application on the Windows/Linux PC or laptop which is your source of music, web audio streaming, or other sounds. Raspberry Pi is also supported. Download the server at http://georgielabs.net
For more information see the getting started guide at http://georgielabs.net/SoundWireHelp.html
If you have any problems please see the troubleshooting tips at the above link. For example if you get choppy audio try restarting your wireless router, then try the other troubleshooting suggestions in the guide. If you get a message saying the app is not licensed and this message is incorrect then please check your internet connection and try again.
You may want to use a remote control app together with SoundWire. Some good choices include: Grooveshark Remote, Spotimote (Spotify remote), Remote for iTunes, Android VNC, Unified Remote.
Please rate the app and comment on Google Play to let us know what you think of SoundWire. If you have a question or bug report send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If reporting a problem please give your phone's Android version and make/model.
- Network communication: Communicates with the server program on your PC.
- Phone calls: Mutes audio when you receive or make a call. Without this permission music would continue to play, interfering with your call.
- Prevent phone from sleeping: Keeps app running while connected (playing music) or attempting to connect. May be disabled in settings.
Escape into the beautiful and simple sounds of the piano, guitar, and various string instruments being played to individual binaural tracks.
*5 Piano Binaurals, 10+ minute run-time each
*5 String Binaurals, 10+ minute run-time each
*5 Guitar Binaurals, 10+ minute run-time each
*5 Synth Near-Binaurals, 10+ minute run-time each
*1 Piano Non-Binaural, featuring Strings and Horns
*6 Downloadable Tracks, via SoundCloud
*Community Art Page
*Link to Piano & Strings Albums, available for purchase via Play Store (10 tracks each)
10 Hz - Activity
8 Hz - Awareness
6 Hz - Calmness
4 Hz - Relaxation
2 Hz - Meditation
I will be adding more binaurals, using more instruments, and offering more free tracks as time goes on. After all, this is the alpha release.
These tracks and are meant largely for relaxation. In order to hear the tracks properly headphones must be worn...and here is why:
While listening to binaural beating the brain perceives low-frequency pulsations (Binaural Beating) when two tones at slightly different frequencies are played separately, one in each ear, using stereo headphones.
The difference between the two frequencies must be small (less than or equal to 30 Hz) for the effect to occur; otherwise, the two tones will be heard separately, and no beat will be perceived.
Thank you for downloading!
To listen to a binaural beat, you would use headphones to pipe sound to each ear. Each tone will be at a slightly different frequency, resulting in the "beat" you perceive. The difference in Hertz (Hz) between the sounds determines the effect on brainwaves and with isochronic waves you can listen to normal speakers because is a tone that is being turned on and off rapidly. In this app, you will find a list with the entire waves spectrum asociated with specific meditation purposes
• All full spectrum of Waves
• Learn how to listen correctly
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The sound synthesis is structured as a flux of material, similar to a waterfall: the initial white noise serves as the source for all sounds. It is then filtered through several layers, flowing and traveling through filtered paths and probabilities to reach their destination through the speakers.
The result is an ever-changing, sculpted constellation of these tiny filter fragments. The visual field is mapped to the sonic structure: filter values, probability intervals and logical decisions are controlling the minimal, pulsating environment thus creating a contemplative, synesthetic experience.
Please use headphones or external speakers for full experience.
Mental rotation is somewhat localized to the right cerebral hemisphere. It is thought to take place largely in the same areas as perception. It is associated with the rate of spatial processing and intelligence.
How to play:
Each object in the game has an identical twin brother. Your goal is to find all pairs before the time runs out. If you make a mistake you loose a few seconds, so you must hurry up!
As of version 1.6, SoundBow only supports Android 2.3 or newer versions due to several fundamental changes within the frameworks it has been created with. Permissions: SoundBow needs to read & write data on your SD card in order to save your sound files.