This app is one of the best I have ever encountered. I can transfer projects between this device and my windows/raspberry pi/iPad (in my case using dropbox) and I can open them and continue where I left off! I highly recommend the app anyway (recursive meta-modules now make it incredibly powerful, and patch creation on a small touchscreen device is still very fun), but ESPECIALLY advise using it in conjunction with a desktop install, as keyboard entry for making patterns in the editor is so much easier, especially on a larger screen. If you are in two minds, just watch a YouTube tutorial or two and I'm pretty sure you'll be sold. It is really not as hard as it might seem at first glance, just very very powerful!
Beautiful sounds A fabulous sounding app crippled by a lack of midi support. I'd give it 5 stars without hesitation if this were to be addressed, but it seems the dev doesn't consider it a priority in any way. Caustic, Heat, Gstomper, DRC, Modsynth all have it so it can't be that hard to implement. Playing on a kindle fire 7".
For all the hype, I'm sorely disappointed by how horribly slow the pattern-creation process is. JUST to replicate a chunk of a pattern, you have to 1. open the menu, 2. press "selection begin," 3. scroll to where you want (which is weird because dragging your finger down moves the screen DOWN instead of up), 4. open the menu, 5. press "selection end," 6. open the menu, 7. press "duplicate." MidSequer can do this with one press-hold-drag, then copy and paste. I really hope SunVox gets a piano roll feature added; that would bring me back instantly.
Dont get me wrong sunvox is a fine app especially for digging new sounds, the only thing that annoys me a bit is the note editor, I prefer a piano roll. Can you please consider it in the next update? Thanks
It's definitely one of the best modular systems for Android. It's great for synth design, but you can also make full-size tracks too. It's not very intuitive at first, but once you get used to it you can make some great synth patches with it.
An odd beast. It has great sounds and a very clever interface design with sliding panels that scale to any display size and with something reminiscent of a modular synthesizer, but in the end it is more toy than tool with missing support for MIDI input on Android and intentionally pixelated graphics that's putting nostalgia before usability, effectively lowering your device resolution by an order of magnitude necessitating an excessively flat and therefore very confusing interface. I would gladly rate this five stars if it enabled MIDI input and made more efficient use of modern high-density displays, alas I fear at least the latter issue is a point of pride and philosophy the developer is unlikely to back on.
* new module Pitch2Ctl: converts the incoming notes to the controller values (in some another connected module);
* new module Velocity2Ctl: converts the velocity parameter of the incoming notes to the controller values (in some another connected module);
* new project parameter - "Time grid" (number of lines per grid cell);
* Main SunVox Menu: new function "Merge project" (load project over the current);
* new instruments and effects;
* new song examples;
* and more (see the official site).
A real-time music creation tool inspired by rack-mount synthesizers / samplers.
The leading multitrack audio/MIDI recording studio on Android! (trial version)
The leading multitrack audio and MIDI recording studio with USB audio/MIDI!