Decent app for either learning common progressions or for wheelhouse arrangers that need a jog of memory or a simple tool for seeing what progressions could work for a song. This is effectively an updated lite version of the old Midi-lab Band In A Box program. Easy to use and handy. My only critique would be the labels applied to the emotion/feeling of the progressions. I wouldn't call them lackluster, just greatly mislabeled. My forte being socio-musicology (cultural studies of musical interaction) I really can't identify with most the applied labels under any cultural umbrella. For instance" a progression labeled "creepy" feels much more like a basic ballad from a western perspective, and even in an eastern setting this would provoke something more like melancholy than creepy. Discard the labels of musical tomes and it is a very handy app.
Needs the following features: Ability to make your own progressions and have them loop, ability to play the entire chord by default not an arpeggio, ability to play the chord for an entire bar.
The piano is sometimes inconsistent with the tempo. Which is strange, given that it's probably automated. Somewhat difficult to use you intend to compose music because that can throw you completely off.
I pick a random chord between A and G, determine if I'm feeling Endless, Rebellious or Catchy, Major or minor, grab my guitar and explore.
This app is basically cheating if you intend to use it to compose music. However, it provides some wonderful progressions!
-Clipping sounds fixed.
-Minor bug fixes.
Play your favorite songs in their original sound using your phone or tablet!