Not for mobile Takes a full second to react to touches and has UI elements like buttons that are two millimeter in height on the Nexus 9. Yes, I measured it with a ruler. I'm convinced this is originally made for laptops and desktops and then ported to tablets without adapting the UI to the new form factor requirements. They require a 10 inch display (though it installs on the 8.9 inch Nexus 9) but they don't seem to take DPI into account and you probably need a low-density display of at least 15 inches for this to be usable. It's also quite expensive and not updated since 2014. Too bad because it seems like it could be a powerful and fun tool.
- remove support for 7 inch displays (10 inch or larger required)
- update info and help box style
- link new videos to the help box
The leading multitrack audio/MIDI recording studio on Android! (trial version)
A real-time music creation tool inspired by rack-mount synthesizers / samplers.