Ive purchased the full version and the extras but.....The screen is upside down. It wont flip around when I tilt my screen. Its the only app that wont orientate correctly on my tablet. Samsung galaxy tab 3 10" Any fix for this?? 5 stars for the creator if there is a fix.
Amazing!!! Love this so much, but please bring out more pattern packs!! I don't want the fun to stop!
I have this on an iPad touch. I am really happy to see ARPIO is now on Android. It sounds great as it is and with Lollipop 5.1 on my android, it runs amazingly well. Though like this software, before I make a purchase I really need those midi features. Now that Lollipop 5.1 has been revamped for better midi handling, it should be easier to make midi happen through OTG USB. So as soon as midi is added I'll buy the full program and change my rating from 3 to 5 stars. For now it is just a fun toy but there is no reason for it to stay that way.
FUN TO MESS WITH, BUT... I don't see any way to use this and expect to get any kind of musically recognizable tune. Also, those tones get annoying... I think you'd do much better to use "familiar" tones, like Harp, Piano, Marimba, etc. Might be fun for children, tho.
Amazing app, but needs a few things First and foremost, this "new insutrument" is awesome and super easy to use; however, I would like to see a few things added... 1. If you guys could add the possibility of recording, that would be awesome! 2. Add different colors...? Each bubble can have a different color. Instead of seeing the same old orange and blue, maybe add like red and green, blue and black, white and gold, etc. I haven't bought anything yet, but I do plan on it in the near future. :D
Most Innovative Android Musical Instrument. Enjoyable! This is the best, most innovative, Android Musical Instrument that I have found. Other apps imitate natural instruments. Some have good sound. But none of the imitators have the feel or subtlety or vibrational characteristics of the real instrument. Arpio is a wonderful instrument that leverages a tablet as a natural medium to produce wonderful, relaxing music. Some people love to doodle with sketchpads and other drawing or design apps. I, on the other hand, love to doodle with sound. Arpio has its own pleasant, relaxing tone (not an imitation of a physical instrument). One can choose from a variety of automatic arpeggios, and then can improvise melodies on the bottom rows of the display, enhanced with various speed arpeggios in the middle rows, and trill-like glissando accents on the upper rows. Arpio is motion sensitive, providing the ability to bend notes, create vibratos and tremolos, and support musical dynamics. In-app purchases add even more arpeggios, and more key signatures and modes (major, minor, dorian, pentatonic, etc.). One gradually evolves from musical doodling, to more deliberate composition, using the Arpio as a legitimate musical instrument. Delightful!
A real-time music creation tool inspired by rack-mount synthesizers / samplers.