If it were completely free it would have been a 4 stars... But it's just a lazy money grab. Unity is not a low latency sound engine! The response time is horrible I tried programming a synth in unity it want a great choice...
It's not a bad app to start, but it's very limited compared to apps like Chordbot, which is a hard one to beat outside of a full-on piano roll editor. I also think the size of this app is very large compared to its functionality. It lacks the ability to do inversions. Related to this, there is only one simple arpeggio part. What is good or bad about this app, depending on the user, is how it simplifies chord choices by limiting the selection to either the selection of key and mode, or forcing a "borrowed" mode. This can encourage learning important concepts, which is the best possible use for this app; but it can be limiting and cumbersome to more seasoned folks.
Every time that i press a button it pops up a message that says upgrade to pro version. So the free version is useless!
A good app for drafting out chord progressions. Functions well. However, an option to clear all chords/select multiple chords at once would be immensely useful.
Unusable. What is this? Just makes a loud buzzing sound as soon as I open the app.
Aside from the lack of a "reset" button, for a simple tool that gives you the power to sketch diatonic chord progressions, this app is pretty hard to beat.
-Bug that blocks program from using without pro - fixed!
-Rewritten from scratch
-Optimized sound latency
-Sound quality changes