Mysterious, and amazing, but needs tablet optimization The only thing that could help this app is multiple stacking of loops and possibly polyphonic multitouch. Otherwise, a very impressive app. Edit: Tried this on my Nexus 7. The tablet version leaves much to be optimized in terms of using the screen space.
Loved it Absolutely loved this, but it saddens me that I am not able to record sounds at length and since the last update for this was almost a year ago, I doubt the developer is still working on this. But had this had a proper Record function, I would happily pay for this app. For I was conducting harsh drone sounds that amounted to all out horror and creepiness, but alas, I cannot record it!
Couldn't Get Any Sound. I was really excited by the prospect of this app, as I love broken messed up sounds and synthesizers. But, try as I may, I could not get a single sound out of the app, I never heard anything. I'm not sure if I didn't figure everything out or what. But I'm pretty familiar with synthesizers and just music apps in general. I messed with all of the parameters, changed the presets, tried the two default presets, still no sound. I also tried recording a quick sample to modify, and still I heard nothing. Are you supposed to use the free open space at the bottom to play notes or samples? Because I touched every conceivable spot in the app and moved every slider and never got any results. I'm using the app on a Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet running ICS 4.0.3. I really want this to work, and if it ever does, would you please add a way to record, save and then export your work to a wave file, please? The way it was described gave me high hopes, and I think I will hold on to it to see if it gets updated and fixed, and hopefully gets the option to record and export to a wave file. Thanks for the app,I appreciate it even though it never worked, for me.
Awful, awesome sounds! Makes THE best "awful" noise -- perfect if you're into industrial (or whatever the kids are calling it these days, heheh). Love, love, l love the crunch and dirt to this! Having a little trouble with recording playback, though... (HTC One M8)
Intriguing Definitely has potential as a retro sci fi burble maker or industrial soundscape tool. Trying to figure out how to use it on the Nexus 7 was a bit weird because all the sliding stuff ends up in the wrong zones, and it isn't really obvious where the player is at first. But anyone making interesting Android music apps is to be applauded and encouraged. More, please.
Great little application Like the direct sample manipulations to use for recording on top of other recordings. Just hope the developer/s expand on this application or make another one with even more functions. musicalandroid. com