Versatile and musical A wonderful synth for android. Surprisingly versatile, and the sound quality excellent. I haven't tried the midi hookup. I get a bit of latency on my galaxy s4, but not terrible. I've not been able to name my presets. Not sure if that's even a feature or I'm just slow. If there's ever a paid version with more features or less latency, I'd gladly buy it. Hint, hint, hint. Great work so far.
Nice sounds Two complaints- the sound controls should be a window you can open, the keys are too small and so are the knobs. Putting them in two different windows seems smart. Also- it would be nice if the octave change was horizontal and slid where the keys were. Otherwise the sounds are surprising. Probably a better program for tablets than smartphone with such small controls
Simple, usable, sounds good I like the interface and the functionality. Would have given 5 stars if OSC1 and OSC2 had triangle waves instead of sines, since a sine wave (fundamental) is pretty much useless for subtractive synthesis. Nearly all other subtractive synths provide pulse, saw, and triangle for the main oscillators.
Pretty darn good I can't believe how good this sounds it is very nordy. I have made tons of patches and maybe some experience delay but I'm using an older lg tablet and even with my midi controller I get zero latency when playing. I do get a bit of lag when I'm tweaking sounds. But hey for a free app I'm very impressed. If I were you I'd try a paid version with more modulation options and wave forms. Even right now the sound is as good as some VST synth. But we def. Pay for more. Well done!
Good for an android app Latency poor, if we want to think of music and instruments. Possibly the best to hope for in tin ear Google land. App has a simple pleasant pure sound. No sustain/damper pedal support, for Casio, anyway.
Utterly awesome. Bought an OTG cable, connected my Yamaha 5 octave keyboard via cheapo USB MIDI interface to this app on my Nexus 7, works perfectly! Almost zero latency, I only play as a hobby but this could easily be used live. I've converted my Yamaha into a 5 octave polysynth for the price of a takeaway pizza.
-- Fixed some little bugs.
-- Assigned CC#1 to LFO Amount (for modulation wheel support).
-- Fixed an issue that rarely drops a MIDI message.
-- Merged from MIDI supported edition.
-- Fixed layout issues for KitKat/retina display.
A real-time music creation tool inspired by rack-mount synthesizers / samplers.