THE TRIO CASIOTONE! 'What you do, and what you don't (uh huh)/What you will and what you won't (uh huh)/What you can and what you can't (uh huh)/This is what you've got to know: loved you though it didn't show. . . .Da Da Da'- the song and instrument (and band) that took the early 80s Germany by storm. 'Da Da Da'. Cool app!
Heh! My girlfriend hated when I would ask to borrow her VL. I spent more hours with it than I did makin' out with her. Shows where my priorities were. This app takes me back, but now I gotta hit eBay to find my own.
Just like the real thing! I wanted one if these back in about 1981 and eventually got a real one in 2006 - only 25 years later. Now, thanks to this app, I have two.... HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!
Ha Guess what, I STILL HAVE THE REAL VL TONE TILL THIS DAY .believe it or not, It's on my desk right now. anyway, i was looking back at the app and the real thing, and i noticed the app has wayyy less keys. so, 3 stars it is.
For design 6 stars..classy For functionality 5 stars. For accuracy four stars... The demo song can make you so happy. And the cheesy rock beat, like listening to sexy bus stop or Ryo Kawasaki on c64... But... what? No calculator?
Ehh..the sound is too cheezy. I wish someone would design a Juno or Jupiter synth instead.
* Bug fixed, reduced latency in some cases.
* Keyboard handling improved to allow sliding glissandos.
* ADSR presets added, some suggested in the original manual and a few from the Patch-a-day site at (http://http://reasonpatchaday.blogspot.com). Admittedly, this is not as good as real ADSR programming, but it shows my good will... Drop me a mail to suggest nice ADSR patches and I might include them in the next release.
A real-time music creation tool inspired by rack-mount synthesizers / samplers.
A music keyboard with lessons, recording, challenges, and lots of instruments!