Nanoloop is an excellent music creation tool; I liked it so much I bought a 1.x cartridge for my Gameboy Pocket.
Amazed Fantastic app with unlimited potential for making tunes! Just one thing..with the update, it seems the swing function has changed and I can no longer make 'double dots'.. Is there still a way to do this? The program still reads my old files just fine and kept the same swing.
Since the last update its sweet! Its a great design for touch devices. You can make it sound really relaxing and heavenly or metallic and dirty. The sequencer has loads of tweakability for every step of the sequence. I love it overall. I'd love it if there could be more than 8 patterns for each channel though. 8 is not much. How about 128? Also vibrato would be awesome. I'd like to say, its the first nanoloop that has solid BPM timing so its great for sampling out into other apps or itself for that matter. It has FM, Square and sampler. Possibilities are intriguing. High BPMs possible. Nice. Five, but hope for more updates.
Great Very nice, minimal interface that was pretty quick to learn. Once you know to swipe, you're pretty much set. Haven't used it for long but seems to be great for tinkering and serious stuff alike. Nice work.
Incredible The older version of this was fun, but the interface was a little wonky. The updated version is completely amazing. It's intuitive, fun, and fantastic sounding. I haven't even tried importing samples yet. Superb.
Fantastic Beautiful app, simple UI that works even on small screens. Excellent help documentation. Well worth the price. Thank you!
- New filter model: Closer to the original / Game Boy version.
- Fixed bug that prevented filenames with double spaces from loading.
The new filter will slightly change sounds: Resonance is stronger at lower cutoff and bass sounds have a wider cutoff range. It may be necessary to reduce resonance and to lower cutoff / lfo amount.
- Exported song length corrected.
- Occasional crashes when recording samples fixed.
A real-time music creation tool inspired by rack-mount synthesizers / samplers.