Great when it works. This thing keeps crashing, and making a distorted farty sound that won't shut up, unless I close it down completely. It's totally getting in the way of enjoying it. As when it does work - for a short period - it's preety preety good.
Nothing has been fixed! Don't buy this junk app. It keeps crashing all the time and I don't even bother to send reports because the developer has stopped working on this app.
I probably shouldn't complain too much about a progammable synth that cost $2.40, except that there are free ones out there that do way more AND come with instructions (How could I possibly test it to see if it works "within 15 minutes" if it takes an hour to figure how it works?). The good: * Does a really nice job of simulating an analog synth, producing some really cool sounds and fairly easily imitating acoustic instruments. * One 16-note sequencer with which you can record 12 patterns of notes. The bad: * No instructions except for the brief example video on the devoxxxide Youtube page. And seeing as that was published on Dec. 2013, it seems pretty unlikely there will ever be any instructions. * The sequencer only plays whatever sound you have programmed at the time and it cannot play more than 1 of the 12 note-patterns at a time, so you can only have sound A playing on the sequencer while you play sound A on the keyboard. * The keyboard cannot be expanded to any reasonable size, so it's not very playable. (Other Android phone apps allow you tube enlarge the keyboard to one large octave.) IN SUMMARY, this is a $2.40 toy. I don't recommend it.
as cool as this is.. I like the sound this produces more than many other apps.. but the delay between when you press your finger and when the tone is produced sucks
I bought this on a wim 2.40 is very worth this app. Very trippy stuff. Makes me wanna get a midi converter for my phone. And to everyone saying they can't figure out how to run it.... Everything is laid out right in front of you... The possibilities are endless with this app when you take a moment to think about how an actual synthesizer works. You choose your wave form, it's destination, then u can send it through different filters or none. A for attack d for decay ect on the amp whatever. Then add whatever effects you'd like.
Great Needs an audio export feature and ableton link
- Fix some bugs.
- The problem of crashing by overflow was solved.
- Fixed to apply a native sampling rate each of the devices.
- Added a function which is enable to backup/restore the all data as a project file.
- The implementation of USB-MIDI is corrected a little bit.
A real-time music creation tool inspired by rack-mount synthesizers / samplers.
A music keyboard with lessons, recording, challenges, and lots of instruments!