Specdrums MIX

3.2
189 reviews
10K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Tap colors and make music with Specdrums rings and the MIX app.

Specdrums are app-enabled musical rings that make the world your instrument by turning colors into sounds. Connect to the Specdrums MIX app and tap on anything – your clothes, drawings, or the included playing pad – to create and mix any sounds, beats, and loops that all play through your mobile device. Jam on your own or with friends, anytime and anywhere.

The MIX app provides curated sound packs that allow you to mix and produce entire songs with the tap of your finger. MIX makes it easy to create great music, whether you’re an aspiring DJ or someone who has never touched an instrument before. Sound packs range in genres, including house, hip-hop, and novelty packs, with regular updates adding to the library.

All skill levels, from curious-minded kids, to seasoned musicians, can create their own masterpieces with hundreds of instruments, loops, and sounds. Express your creativity and play music in a new, open-ended way with Specdrums.

Specdrums MIX Features:
• Mix and produce songs with Specdrums rings and sound packs in the app
• Sound packs include loop tracks that are toggled on and off by tapping colors with your ring, and samples that are triggered and sustained while holding your ring down on a color
• Record your own samples to be used in each pack
• Change up the sounds for each color by choosing from a large curated list of samples and loops
• Assign custom colors from the world around you
• Save custom sound packs to use later on
• Connect multiple rings

Make the world your instrument. Order Specdrums at Sphero.com now.

*This app requires Specdrums App-Enabled Musical Rings

For Android users, audio latency can vary significantly across different devices because of limitations outside the Specdrums MIX app. The below Android devices are compatible with the Specdrums MIX app. If your device is not listed below, we do not suggest this product for purchase. We are continuing to make updates and hope to support more Android devices in the future.

All Google Pixel devices
Samsung Galaxy S6 and up
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and up
Motorola Moto G (3rd generation) and up
Nexus 5 and up
Redmi Note 4 and up
HTC One M8 and up
Sony Xperia Z5 and up
Nokia 6 and up
Updated on
Jul 9, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 3 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
3.2
189 reviews
Dark Lawtivity
January 10, 2023
Just bought two rings and it takes 5 minutes to connect one. Okay, pretty annoying but at least it connected. I go to connect the second and it says, "Connection failure," in the middle of it installing updates. Okay, no problem, I'll just reco.... Oh, the other one disconnected. I retry and the same thing happens. So basically I bought two pieces of junk. Also one of the usb chargers don't work. Surprise surprise. No wonder this app is rated 2.8. Should be rated 0.0. Literally trash.
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Peter Schoonmaker
November 30, 2020
The app seemed to work well on the LG Stylo 5 at first. It boots up and connects to the Specdrums properly and updates the firmware as designed. There are plenty of preset libraries of sounds and looped tracks to sort through and download. The specdrums work well with the app. I rated this a 3 because no matter what library I load, one or two "notes" (for lack of a better term) will fail to strike and play properly. At first I thought this had to do with a bad library download, but then I found that the note that would not work was random. One time loading a particular library it might be orange that does not work, and the next time it is green or blue. Based on the onscreen key being lit, it properly detects when a note is struck and released, it will just only play the quickest sliver of sound on these notes and then go silent, even though it still detects the note being held properly (key is lit on the phone screen) until I lift up the specdrum ring. I love the rings. I love the concept. The app interface is great and extremely intuitive, it just has this one bug that keeps me from fully enjoying it.
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A Google user
February 7, 2019
The loops are fun, and I was able to record the audio, but it was with a seperate interior audio recording app. the lag is not too bad, but I experienced some problems in that every time I left the app alone for 2 minutes, my library tracks are different. I have to change the colors and audio clips again. It isn't that much of a hassle though and it is a great concept, just in the early days of the app.
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What's new

• Maintenance updates
• Fixes for some bugs and crashes