From the ever wonderful Mutable Instruments.
I was playing with this on my San Francisco the other day and quite liked it. It’s a nice little groovebox app that I think I would have been really pleased with on my iPhone a year or so ago, but now I’ve been completely spoilt for these types of apps by iOS.
It is a shame really as there’s nothing wrong with this app at all, in fact I think it is a good little drum and bass sequencer, but that is it, and it is almost impossible not to compare it with it’s bigger iOS buddies.
What I’d like to see is more developers taking on Android and moving the platform forward in terms of mobile music.
I’m going to keep on installing and trying out Android apps, and I’ll keep you posted on what I’m using.
So if you are an Android user and you haven’t tried RD3 as yet then I can really recommend it as a good Android music maker. Give it a try.
I was playing with 50 in 1 Piano on the train. It is such a great little app for just using as a musical scratchpad quickly and simply.
I just like the way you can overdub quickly and build a very rough track so rapidly. Lots and lots of fun.
I think it really is worth the $1.19
Thanks to everyone who’s given their views on the forum idea. I really appreciate the comments, and I will act on it.
I meant to put that in the last post about the bleep!BOX plug in. Also the iOS version is still $9.99
The long awaited update to Gliss has arrived. Here’s what’s new:
- Gliss 1.2 comes as a free update with an additional new instrument
- Increased sound quality
- A recording option
- Soundcloud support
- Direct access to hundreds of free samples (OPLC)
- and many more new features
Can’t wait to try it out.