I had some time to play with this whilst on a train yesterday, and so far I am really impressed. Of course the moment I start playing with any app I start my own feature wishlist in my head, and I think most of them were covered in the previous post about the app in the comments.

Anyway, so far I’ve been very impressed with this little app. I’d say it is worth the £11.99 as it has a really comprehensive set of features. For me it looks and feels a lot like garageband on the mac, and that’s no bad thing really. I’ve found it easy to work with and responsive. The sound quality of the instruments is good and I liked the reverb on this app a lot. Creating and managing tracks was easy, but so far I haven’t tried an export to see how good that is.

I’m staring a forum thread to discuss features we’d like to see on this app, add your ideas here.

All in all I think that this is a great start for an app. It has loads of potential, I just hope that it is developed.

Xewton Music Studio at the app store:
Xewton Music Studio

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4 comments

  1. It's really good, even in it's current form without updates it's fast and sounds great on my 3GS. I finally have someting I can use for sketching ideas. Some sounds a great, piano and flute… they're all usable though. My least favorite is the Electric Piano I was hoping for a Rhodes or Whurli, but it's an 80's FM style. Yuck. Great app though.

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