I posted about this yesterday but at that point the app wasn’t out on the UK store at least. Anyway, it is now available.
You might have seen lots of comments on this post about a track entered for NanoComp. There were arguments on both sides, but on balance I think I shouldn’t post any more links to tracks entered in the competition until it is over.
Hopefully that’ll sort things out.
I like noise apps! Here’s a great new one.
Sprak is a noise app, noise as in crackles and phat distorted drones.
Sprak is an instrument for people who loves to experiment with noise.
Sprak was born out of a need to play with evolving noisy noise while riding the train.
You could also make sounds that sound a bit like hypnotoad.
Still not decided if you should shell out .99cents for this most awesomely awesome glitched out noised curcuitbentish app? check out the soundexamples over at http://www.tinkerteam.se/?page_id=87
Looks like an interesting app for making music rapidly. I’m going to give Polychord a try very soon and I’ll let you know what I think. Here’s the app’s description though:
Whether you’re an absolute beginner or an experienced musician, you’ll love polychord. Write songs or play along to your favorite tunes. You can use up to 10 fingers at once on the polychord to create chord progressions, melodies and harmonies, and there are lots of beats to choose from. When you’re feeling retro, turn on bitshift to give polychord that 8bit sound.