Sequencer - including key, note range, 5 waveforms, delay, filters, release, bpm, number of beats and loading/saving patches.
Drone machine - four oscillators with 5 waveforms, frequency/note, detune, filters, LFO (controlling volume/pitch/filter), delay effect and loading/saving patches.
Theremin - including tilt/touch control, starting note/frequency, note range, interpolation/step frequency change and delay effect.
Just experiment and see what happens!
Real time audio processing is demanding so may run slowly on older devices.
S.A.M.M.I. is supported by ads on the menu screen. These can be removed with an In-App Purchase (under Support). This does not affect any functionality - everything is available without having to pay,
If you have any questions or find any bugs please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order to install a new scene, just copy it to the SD card of your device, then launch the ScenePlayer app and add the new scene. Make sure to disconnect your device from your computer first because the app cannot read from the SD card while it is mounted as mass storage on your computer.
Regarding permissions: ScenePlayer requires
* android.permission.ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION and
android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE for tagging and saving recordings;
* android.permission.RECORD_AUDIO for reading audio input from the microphone;
* android.permission.INTERNET for downloading new scenes from websites; and
* android.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE for silencing itself when a phone call comes in.
ScenePlayer is one of the sample apps that come with the free sound engine libpd. You can find the source code at https://github.com/libpd.
Dapple is a different kind of musical instrument, with several experimental ideas at work all in the small space of your smartphone or tablet.
A simple pitch matrix combined with clusters of notes and a rich palette of musical timbres provide a way to easily create complex atonal results.
With Dapple, you can:
*Access over one hundred instruments.
*Play over a range of seven octaves.
*Select musical timbres from the color palette.
*Swipe to create elongated patterns of sound.
*Tap to play a short phrase or "phraselet".
*Vary the tempo using red tempo blocks.
*Tilt to move sounds in stereo from left to right.
*Play from collections of tempos, chords, and phraselets.
Your sounds will flow in stereo with headphones as you tilt the screen left and right. Dapple will quickly have you searching for even more indescribable sounds and musical patterns.
Is it art? Is it music? We're not sure, but it sure is a fun instrument to play. We're just getting started...please post your suggestions and ideas.
Devices with larger screens supporting pressure-sensitive touch and orientation sensing, and listening with a good pair of headphones will give the best results.
If you do not hear sound from Dapple, please help us solve the problem and let us know your device name and Android version number with an e-mail to: email@example.com.