First app I've seen worth my time. There are many so called music production applications on play. But this app actually does multi touch justice. Don't pay the over priced app fees for those other $6 apps when a better app like this is only $2.
Brilliant. This capability on a phone is awesome. As above. brilliant. I was deciding whether to dump my Android phone due to numerous bugs and unreliable actions etc but this app changed my mind. I'm keeping it now. I can compose for my guitar anywhere and anytime. One minor niggle that I can live with. If select the G Blues Scale for example, the app displays not only the Bb but a C#. This to my mind is wrong. The flat 5th would be Db not C#. Enharmonic I know but mixing flats and sharps ? Still gets 5 stars from me. Motorola Razr i - XT890 - Android 4.1.2
Awesome but a little lacking Considering Jordan Rudess uses this app in concerts, it's pretty legit. I just spent an hour immersed in all the cool sounds I could get out of this thing. My issue though is that I want more control over the synth like the ipad version. Give me that and I'll give you a 5.
too much fun oh boy this is great. it takes seconds to feel at home. took me an hour to feel comfortable with playing songs I know, and creating my own. dont miss this one
The greatest music app ever created Miss the features available on the iphone.. crash if you have 6-7 fingers at the same time. Sound quality on the middle octave is great.. what can i say jordan is a magic pioneer in every thing (first app i really bought)
Great app I've never run into force close problems. There is a latency problem, but this is the android operating system. Musically speaking its a great educational tool. Experiment with modes. Use only the intervals you want. If anyone looking at this app has played with plasma sound, this is well worth the money. I guarantee you'll delete that app after buying this one. Mind blown.
3in1 music app: MP3 Player - Equalizer - Bass Booster. The best Music Volume EQ